MORRISSEY IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE NEW ELVIS

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Too late to be really there. Dickheads

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He has influenced every single new band that I can think of.
 
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Berg

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> He has influenced every single new band that I can think of.
He certainly has influenced a hell of a lot of bands, most of them crap but there are some gems to be uncovered.
 
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Hated History You'll Never Be

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> He certainly has influenced a hell of a lot of bands, most of them crap
> but there are some gems to be uncovered.
They are jumping on the bandwagon of melancholia before the lawyers hit the fan though, its obvious to me.

LOL

Seriously you can just see the pattern of history winging backward into the Hateys.
 
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it reallydoesnt matter

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> He has influenced every single new band that I can think of.

Apart from the songs he just has that "being there" thing that no one but Elvis and him seem to manage.
 
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Hands Untied

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As long as Morrissey avoids the late-period polyester jumpsuits, conservatism, tacky glasses and drugs, then he could do worse. God, Elvis was so pathetic there at the end. He died fairly young, at 42, but he had already made himself a laughingstock.
 
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Grim O'Grady

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I can hardly wait for the tacky films he's going to make, anyone think up some very witty film titles that our Mozvis could 'star'in?
'Strangeways Rock'

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> As long as Morrissey avoids the late-period polyester jumpsuits,
> conservatism, tacky glasses and drugs, then he could do worse. God, Elvis
> was so pathetic there at the end. He died fairly young, at 42, but he had
> already made himself a laughingstock.
 
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Srgnt Pppr

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You know, Elvis ate America before America ate him. I think the Vegas peroid is underrated. I find it the most emotional.

> As long as Morrissey avoids the late-period polyester jumpsuits,
> conservatism, tacky glasses and drugs, then he could do worse. God, Elvis
> was so pathetic there at the end. He died fairly young, at 42, but he had
> already made himself a laughingstock.
 
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> You know, Elvis ate America before America ate him. I think the Vegas
> peroid is underrated. I find it the most emotional.

Me too.
Those recordings of him in the latter years are the best ever.
 

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