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The past few weeks have been tumultuous as any other for Morrissey: after releasing his new album, he was accused of and denied asking his security guard to hurt the webmaster of one of his fansites,…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, after his new album World Peace Is None Of Your Business had only been out for a few weeks, Morrissey more or less went to war with Harvest, his label, first claiming he'd been…   Read Story »
UPDATE: In his screed, Morrissey predicted that World Peace Is None Of Your Business would "instantly disappear from iTunes and record stores and every download-upload-offload outlet on the planet,…   Read Story »
Last week, fan site True To You reported that Morrissey was dropped from his record label, Capitol-Harvest, after disparaging comments he made about them in a statement. Then yesterday, Billboard…   Read Story »
Morrissey's latest droll dispatch not-that-subtly dissed Capitol subsidiary Harvest Records, with whom he aligned for the release of last month's World Peace Is None Of Your Business. Moz was unhappy…   Read Story »
As always, Morrissey's latest post on his fan site True To You is mostly incoherent rambling. The main through-line seems to be his unhappiness with his latest album not getting the promotional push…   Read Story »
Earlier today, we reported that Morrissey's former bodyguard, Bradley Steyn, had filed a lawsuit claiming that he was fired after refusing the singer's request to "hurt" or "[get] rid of" the…   Read Story »
Morrissey has had an eventful year so far: he cancelled a whole tour and blamed the opening act, he got mobbed by fans in San Jose, he defended seals, and he even released an album. It seems the only…   Read Story »
Long one of rock and roll's most cantankerous headline makers, the past eighteen months have seen Morrissey refining his troublemaking tactics in new and unforeseen ways. There was the generally…   Read Story »
Cliff Richard was a '50s-vintage British pop idol who hung onto pop-music relevance for way, way longer than anyone could've ever expected; he scored his last British #1 in 1990. This past weekend,…   Read Story »