Not something you see too often these days, but I Am Not A Dog On A Chain features as a free track.
Minor in collectible terms, but some will want it for novelty value I'm sure.
Thanks to Krix for the info.
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It would appear Morrissey Central is currently down (SER's site via the same company is working).
The domain's registration expired yesterday (29th) and will probably reappear when someone remembers to pay up :)
Not a major story...
Funnily enough, HMV (Birmingham) had more stock of red vinyl than black which was odd. Not sure how the amounts panned out for dedicated indie stores though.
But, more than likely, yes it will probably be worth snagging a black vinyl if collectors haven't done so already.
Speaking of formats -...
Danny Levin is quite a prolific musician and is credited as playing on it - so probably not a sample at all.
Given Chiccarelli et al credit the use of a sample (Olivia Newton-John) in another song, I'd guess it's just something that...
I have a fondness for Teachers... as, having grown up surrounded by classical music, hearing Shostakovich in a Morrissey song coupled with the way it builds always stuck with me. Probably not the 'best' opener, but one I appreciate.
The following article appeared in the MEN newspaper on August 2nd, 1988 and was written by Ray King:
"Stay away from us, club tells pop pests"
'Angry youth leaders have complained bitterly about being linked with controversial Manchester pop band The Smiths.
newspaper cutting: photo of Mrs...
The Slow Readers Club: Top Ten Influential Albums
The Queen Is Dead.
It was really hard to pick an album that defines another key period in time for me growing up. The Stone Roses debut is so special to me too but The Smiths are my favourite overall and did a great body of work in...