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Morrissey is coming off a difficult 2009, a year that made him ask, "What does the future hold? What does the next minute hold?" No word on the former, but for the immediate future he continues to…   Read Story »
"Everyday Is Like Sunday" is one of Morrissey's earliest and best-known solo singles. You can blame much of its popularity on its morose, image-filled lyrics: "Come Armageddon ... Everyday is silent…   Read Story »
When I was in high school I had a Meat Is Murder t-shirt. The one with the lyrics to the album's title track on the front: "It's not natural, normal or kind / The flesh you so fancifully fry / The…   Read Story »
Morrissey has had a pretty tough year, no doubt. From collapsing onstage to getting pegged in the head with a bottle, and finally ejecting a heckler who yelled "fuck you" while he was trying to tell…   Read Story »
After recent on-stage ups and downs, Morrissey turned to a longtime flanged-out live staple and You Are the Quarry B-Side when he performed on The George Lopez Show last night. As Moz gets older, his…   Read Story »
With his recent on and just off-stage setbacks (and sundry fuck you's), Morrissey live in 2009 is an especially tenuous prospect. Things were pretty uneventful when he hit the Joint at the Hard Rock…   Read Story »
The bands split sides of a 7" to pay tribute to Moz, with Xiu Xiu tackling "I Am Hated For Loving" and Parenthetical Girls on "Handsome Devil." Hear the Girls' take at MySpace. More info at Upset The…   Read Story »
A fan yelled "fuck you" while Moz was telling a joke onstage, and the recently beleaguered singer had him removed from the venue while adding "and you can fuck yourself." The irony? Next he sang…   Read Story »
A couple weeks ago Morrissey collapsed on stage during a performance of "This Charming Man" at the Oasis Leisure Centre in Swindon. A couple days later he cheekily pantomimed the collapse at Albert…   Read Story »
According to The Times Moz looked "unhealthy and uncomfortable" (and bloated) at Albert Hall on Tuesday when he retooled "How Soon Is Now" to include references to standing up and staged a Lazarus…   Read Story »