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Morrissey Mucks Rumors of a Smiths ReunionAgain


Deciding that he hadnt made his point clear enough the first dozen or so times he stated it, Morrissey recently reiterated his absolute refusal to ever reform The Smiths.  Its been rumored that hes recently been offered somewhere in the ballpark of five million pounds to have the group perform on stage. Morrissey wants no part of it though, and has taken every opportunity to make that point clear again and again. Heres his latest rant:


“I’m not placed on the Earth to torment ex-musicians. My life is gratifying at the moment musically, so why become part of The Smiths again? What’s the point? I feel as if I’ve worked very hard since the demise of The Smiths and the others haven’t, so why hand them attention that they haven’t earned? We are not friends, we don’t see each other. Why on earth would we be on a stage together?”


Alright Mozz, youre rich and famous. They arent. We get it.


In less redundant news, The Youngest Was The Most Loved, The second single off Ringleader of the Tormentors, was released in the U.K. yesterday in mini CD, maxi CD and 7 vinyl formats. The track listings are as follows:


CD Single
1. The Youngest Was The Most Loved
2. If You Dont Like Me, Dont Look At Me
7″ Vinyl
Side A
1. The Youngest Was The Most Loved
Side B
1. If You Dont Like Me, Dont Look At Me
Maxi Single
1. The Youngest Was The Most Love
2. Ganglord
3. A Song From Under The Floorboards
4. The Youngest Was The Most Loved (Video)


Those interested can head over to http://www.recordstore.co.uk/ and order all three formats together for £5.

Related Links: 

Morrissey home page

Sanctuary Records

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