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    Salford marks 30 years since Smiths released The Queen Is Dead -The Guardian

    In keeping with my typical luck, I'll be visiting England at the end of April and this exhibition opens just three days after I leave. It sounds pretty interesting.
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    Supreme responds to TTY statement by Morrissey

    Regarding Supreme/Morrissey - Supreme / Facebook In July of 2015 Supreme approached Morrissey to participate in one of it's poster and T-Shirt campaigns. The scope of the project was explained in full detail to Morrissey, including the intended look, the setting, the photographer, as well as...
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    TTY: Kato: photomontage by Sam Esty Rayner

    Kato is the sidekick of The Green Hornet, played by Bruce Lee in the Green Hornet television series. Maybe Morrissey is a fan of the show and Sam was feeling bored.
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    "List of the Lost" review on Bookmunch

    Re: List of the Lost review on 'Bookmunch'. This is a pretty fair review, although slightly more forgiving of certain aspects than I would be. Of the few reviews posted here that skew toward the positive, this one seems the least colored by fan bias. Edit: Actually, make that the Telegraph...
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    TTY: Monarchy is Anarchy

    I haven't watched the first video, but the second video is a run-of-the-mill anti-globalist "exposé" video linking the royal family to the satanic Illuminati secret society. It cites esotericism and the occult, Morrissey's apparent new area of interest, as reference points quite a bit. It...
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    Joe Moss, the original manager of The Smiths has died at 72

    Joe Moss (RIP) - Tribute at Johnny-Marr.com Sad news. :( http://www.johnny-marr.com/from-johnny/joe-moss "We regret to announce that, after a brave struggle with cancer, Joe Moss, manager of Johnny Marr and The Smiths, has died at the age of seventy-two. Joe Moss was already a legend in...
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    Australia writes to Morrissey and Brigitte Bardot to defend plan to kill cats - The Guardian

    Australia writes to Morrissey and Brigitte Bardot to defend plan to kill cats - The Guardian Letter to singer, who called the plan ‘idiocy’ and actor, who said it was ‘animal genocide’, says feral cats have caused the extinction of 27 native species Excerpt: In letters seen by Guardian...
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    The Smiths nominated for Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame 2016

    Nominated for the second year in a row. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/rock-hall-of-fame-janet-jackson-n-w-a-nin-the-smiths-lead-nominees-20151008
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    List of the Lost - discussion thread (spoilers)

    My epub file of List of the Lost has just finished downloading. Can't wait to dive in. Post your thoughts, praise, ranting and raving here. First thought: the plot (as revealed in the latest TTY statement) is definitely not what I expected and it'll be interesting to see how it unfolds...
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    " List of the Lost " sneak peek posted by @PenguinUKBooks

    Penguin UK have shared what seems to be a bit of dialogue from the book.
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    "List of the Lost" cover art, press release, release date (Sep. 24, 2015) - Penguin UK, TTY

    UPDATE 11:30 AM PT: charmer posts: Official "List of the Lost" press release to be published by Penguin Books on 24 September 2015 at £7.99 Penguin Books is delighted to announce the forthcoming publication of List of the Lost, Morrissey’s extraordinary novel, on 24 September. ‘Beware of...
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    Alain Whyte and Gary Day reminisce about "Your Arsenal" on Facebook

    Re: Alain Whyte on Facebook today Gary posted the same video today with his own lovely reminiscence. https://www.facebook.com/shakey.lavonne/posts/375674495974984
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    Burt Macho writes about Sandie Shaw

    Now this is awesome. I'd love for more of his City Fun writing (and his past music writing in general) to see the light of day again.
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    Morrissey's "Autobiography" published in third edition (UK)​ - true-to-you.net

    Morrissey's Autobiography published in third edition (UK)​ - true-to-you.net 16 April 2015 Morrissey's Autobiography continues as a best-seller for Penguin UK and is newly available on May 7th complete with detailed discography, and additional press notices (although Morrissey has had twelve UK...
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    TTY: Ebay (yawn)

    Ebay (yawn) - true-to-you.net 3 March 2015 The Morrissey clothes and shoes currently being sold on ebay to the 'highest, saddest bidder', are not mine, and were never mine. Please do not buy them. For the 63rd time, I must stress - at the risk of boring you to death: ebay signatures and...
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    Pre-Smiths Marr and Rourke, and Wolstencroft - Freak Party - Crak Therapy demo (1981) posted

    Man, Andy is really ripping that bass. Forget a Smiths reunion, howabout Freak Party?
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    Istanbul postponed

    Re: Istanbul Postponed Some more tweets... From the blogger who conducted the Vegan Logic interviews: From Time Out Istanbul: Google translation: "Istanbul concert is planned to take place tomorrow Morrissey was postponed due to logistical delays. Standing by for the new date."
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    Morrissey interview with La Repubblica.it

    Oof. Here's a much better English translation: http://xl.repubblica.it/articoli/morrissey-ramones-english/14054/
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    The Milk of M. Gira (SWANS, The Angels of Light and related projects)

    A few days ago, Michael Gira's Young God Records announced that Filth, the debut album from Swans, would be getting remastered and re-released on vinyl on October 28th. There was much rejoicing. Finally, this unrelenting blitzkrieg of sound would be widely available in LP form. Swans are...
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    Anna Calvi to support Morrissey (London, Belgium, more?)

    UPDATE Sep. 5: Kewpie posted the link: @annacalvi / Twitter: Anna Calvi will be supporting Morrissey in Berlin, Essen, Antwerp, London and Dublin. Info: http://www.annacalvi.com/shows A while back, someone started an Anna Calvi thread and suggested her as a Morrissey opener...
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