In years to come, this album will be the nostalgic OST to Covid-19

YOR

Member
I was thinking about the same thing earlier today. And not just as a soundtrack for me personally... I'm constantly listening to the album around the house all day long. So for my three kids (6, 6 and 7 years old) these songs will colour their memories of this weird part of their childhood... Days of home-schooling, spring sunshine, lots of Lego and one hell of a Morrissey-album...!
 

Life_Is_A_Pigsty

Gear Changer
It was released on the very day the pubs closed in the UK which was a very strange thing. Dylan's Love And Theft was released on 9/11. Both artists were 60 and both records are excellent.
 

!Viva Hate!

don’t care how, i want it now
It was released on the very day the pubs closed in the UK which was a very strange thing. Dylan's Love And Theft was released on 9/11. Both artists were 60 and both records are excellent.
Love and Theft is better tho.
 

Life_Is_A_Pigsty

Gear Changer
Love and Theft is better tho.
Dylan's trilogy of Time Out Of Mind, Love And Theft and Modern Times is fantastic and I have been playing them all a lot lately but Morrissey will always be my favourite artist. Objectively speaking, it is maybe too early to say which is better.
 

GodEmperorMorrissey

Well-Known Member
I was thinking about the same thing earlier today. And not just as a soundtrack for me personally... I'm constantly listening to the album around the house all day long. So for my three kids (6, 6 and 7 years old) these songs will colour their memories of this weird part of their childhood... Days of home-schooling, spring sunshine, lots of Lego and one hell of a Morrissey-album...!
Consider keeping up the home schooling even after the fear porn dies down
 
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