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In [[Mention::Autobiography]], Morrissey states:
"For the first time in my professional life I am certain I look slightly desperate. I am tapped several times by [[Merck Mercuriadis]], who appears to run the entire Sanctuary label.
Canadian, yet American, yet Greek, yet British, Merck makes genuinely impressive sidechatter and is as dedicated a watchdog of music as I have ever known. Now a responsible axis for a label in fast ascendancy, there are enough exciting signposts in Merck’s roll of ideas to soften my heart. One more strained meeting with a gaggle of snarling industry panthers here in the city of dreams and I would drop dead. However, I tell Merck how much I hate the label name because it brings to mind pasture and refuge and soup kitchens and hiding places.
He says, ‘Well, don’t use it – rescue a credible imprint from the 70s and make it your own. We have Attack, Black Swan ... a host of unused labels from the late 60s ...’
‘You – have – ATTACK?!’
My signature lands on a Sanctuary document within seconds."
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