Yeah but with the title Viva Hate it was a singular moment in his history, not just another album. Although the subsequent records were stronger, I think it was necessary for the debut's title to carry that kind of immediate message. Similarly with Maladjusted...there's a self-deprecation to it; obviously he is referring to himself but in a way where he is kind of admitting his vulnerability, and there's an all-inclusiveness to that title. Anyone feeling that way could get behind it.
That later stuff though...it's the Morrissey show. Whatever was left of him after the court case got eaten up by seven years of Los Angeles and the blind adoration of culturally displaced Mexicans. It went to his head.
Hey...no real names, f***o.
Just because my personal information, and distortions thereof, has been blasted all over these boards by various impotent dickweeds doesn't mean you can just randomly strip me of my rights.
And besides, while you were lumping me in with Georgie Girl, I was giving you a legitimate response to your thread.
Sorry, just heard that was your name, didn't mean to start anything, also who's Georgie Girl?