> Late Night, Maudilin Street is probably my favorite Morrissey song and I
> was pleased to see they were so fond of it. It was also wonderful to
> picture how it was recorded. I'll bet they were stunned when he finished
> putting the track down! That experience would have floored me for all
Maudlin st. - unqestionably his finest hour!
> It's funny that Morrissey said that there are six tracks he'd
> like to bury on the album, I'll bet I can guess which ones (ha ha Dial a
> Cliche). But overall I do think Viva Hate is my favoirte Morrissey album
> with Vauxhaul and I being a close second. I think that the gems on Viva
> Hate are among the finest written songs of all time. That imagery of that
> article made me shiver with delight.
My guess at the six;
Dial a Cliche
Margaret on the Guillotine
Bengali In Platforms
I Don't Mind if You forget me
And I couldn't bear to name another - I love the last two in any event.
I love the lyrics on Maudilin Street. I always grin when he says "but you without clothes, Oh! I could not keep a straight face, Me without clothes well the nation turns it's back and gags" Yeah right Steven! That's why you take off your shirt at concerts and roll around on rocks with a see through shirt and band-aids on your nipples in videos!! If Moz honestly thought he was "the ugliest man" would he act so damn sultry and sensual all the time! I think Morrissey has all kinds of pent up sexual agression that needs to be violently released. (which is why he's so sexy)
> My guess at the six;
> Dial a Cliche
> Margaret on the Guillotine
> Bengali In Platforms
> I Don't Mind if You forget me
> Ordinary Boys
> And I couldn't bear to name another - I love the last two in any event.
So do I. I don't mind if you forget me is one of my favorites. I love the lyrics on ordinary boys, They illustrate all too well people that live in my town and how I feel so different from everybody.