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    Which record label should release "Bonfire Of Teenagers"?

    When record labels are inundated with artists who are prepared to 'play the game' in terms of advances, promotion, etc, they have no need to sign an artist who steadfastly refuses to play the game. He doesn't sell enough to warrant the arseache of having to deal with him.
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    Morrissey Central & SER YT: "You Don't Need Their Approval" - Morrissey 'Lost Demo' (October 31, 2021)

    Beautiful avoidance of addressing your lack of objectivity, Well done!
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    Morrissey Central & SER YT: "You Don't Need Their Approval" - Morrissey 'Lost Demo' (October 31, 2021)

    Oh you're welcome. I'd never accuse you of being unbiased or objective. Morrissey could fart nursery rhymes and you'd hail it as a masterpiece.
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    Morrissey Central & SER YT: "You Don't Need Their Approval" - Morrissey 'Lost Demo' (October 31, 2021)

    Compared to no other songs by anyone, merely as an audio experience, its a sack of crap.
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    Morrissey Central & SER YT: "You Don't Need Their Approval" - Morrissey 'Lost Demo' (October 31, 2021)

    Compare to his superior work, timescale is an irrelevance. This song is also a sack of crap compared to Once I Saw The River Clean, for example. It's actually a sack of crap compared to anything, including sacks of crap.
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    Morrissey Central & SER YT: "You Don't Need Their Approval" - Morrissey 'Lost Demo' (October 31, 2021)

    My apologies, I meant to say that this track was so overwhelmingly poor that my head played a mix of the best of Alsatian Cousin and Stretch Out and Wait to me as compensation.
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    Morrissey Central & SER YT: "You Don't Need Their Approval" - Morrissey 'Lost Demo' (October 31, 2021)

    This sounds like the best of Alsatian Cousin mixed with Stretch Out and Wait.
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    Pic of Moz out shopping in Warrington (circa 1992)

    That's from Dickie Felton's book IIRC
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