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    Predictions for the August/September 2021 tour setlist

    So, assuming there are 24 songs (as I think he played in the 2020 shows), how many songs from which era/album do we expect to get an airing? I'm guessing: 5 from Dog on a Chain 2 from California Sun 3 from World Peace/High School 3 from Quarry/Ringleader/Refusal 4 from the 1990s (post Bona Drag)...
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    Ten favourite Morrissey/Whyte songs

    There's a chance (if only a small one) that we'll get to hear the first new Morrissey/Whyte song since 2009's Years of Refusal in just a few days' time. So, a good time perhaps to reflect on one's 10 favourite Morrissey/Whyte songs to date. Here are mine: 1. The never-played symphonies 2...
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    Morrissey's song about the Manchester Arena bombing - feelings, thoughts, expectations?

    A few simple thoughts from me: I'm glad he's written a song about it. It's odd how no-one really writes songs about massive modern-day events like this that affect millions of people. It seems fitting that he should write about it - it happened in his home town, on his birthday, and at a venue...
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    Morrissey and Alain Whyte writing songs together again

    I thought this deserved its own thread but feel free to merge if not. Alain's written more songs with Morrissey than anyone else (including JM Marr) - around 70 compared with Marr's 65 or so. Guess we all thought they wouldn't be writing together again. The last album he played on was Ringleader...
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    Alain's version of Well I wonder

    Don't remember this being shared before round these parts. I'm not the world's biggest A Whyte fan but really impressed by this. Although Marr could doubtlessly play it better, I don't think he could sing it as well. Nice one, Al!
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    Art D'Ecco - 'androgynous, neo-glam, art rocker' a new Moz fave?

    Only heard of this singer/act for the first time this morning (L Laverne played their new song on 6 Music). Strikes me as the kind of thing Mr SP Morrissey might like. They have at least one one album, Trespasser, which seems to have picked up some good...
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    NME article hinting at the queasiness of being a modern-day Morrissey fan

    So, you're ideologically opposed to your favourite pop star. What next? ( It's not just about Morrissey but it mentions him and includes a photo. Journalist, Mark Beaumont, is/was a big fan and wrote the largely positive NME review of Dog on a Chain. Article mentions conflicting...
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