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Well, that didn't take long. We just heard tell of Morrissey's successfully completed jaunt through Portugal, Spain, and Italy, but it seems the world's most ill-tempered (and sometimes just ill)…   Read Story »
Back in October 1984, Morrissey did a feature with British music magazine Smash Hits where he reviewed some popular singles at the time. It was unearthed today (30 years to the day after the issue's…   Read Story »
Morrissey's latest True To You monologue includes a takedown of the venues he played on tour in Rome and Milan ("both abysmal -- Milan quite shockingly abysmal"), but it's more positive than your…   Read Story »
In a recent True-To-You missive, Morrissey said that he hadn't received a single talk-show invitation, to talk or perform, all year, from any media outlet worldwide. Unless we're counting his Nobel…   Read Story »
For the past couple of months, Morrissey has been waging a largely one-sided war against Harvest Records, the label that released his World Peace Is None Of Your Business album. Morrissey is now off…   Read Story »
Morrissey, who recently revealed he was treated four times for cancerous tissues, took the stage today for the first time since parting ways with Harvest Records earlier this year. He kicked off a…   Read Story »
You're never going to believe this, but Morrissey is not in love with the music business. Moz has lately been feuding with Harvest, the label that released his World Peace Is None Of Your Business…   Read Story »
It's a funny coincidence that on the same day we're seeing some major beef between one artist and PETA, Morrissey decides to reveal some provocative new merchandise. The most notable is a t-shirt…   Read Story »
Actor John Cho -- whose filmography includes a trio of Harold & Kumar movies, the rebooted Star Trek franchise, and a recurring role on Sleepy Hollow -- stars in a new TV show called Selfie. He…   Read Story »
Even when Morrissey is trying to be perfectly innocuous, he manages to ruffle some feathers. A post on quasi-official website True To You starts off well enough, as he reminisces about the time he…   Read Story »