Morrissey Backs Johnny Marr’s Rant Against David Cameron

(L-R) Morrissey, Johnny Marr

English guitar legend Johnny Marr recently took to Twitter to vent his dislike for British Prime Minister David Cameron recent admission of liking his former band The Smiths.

Morrissey Shares His ‘Supreme 13 Singles’

Hot on the heels of his "Everyday Is Like Sunday" reissue out this week, Morrissey indulges us with his "supreme 13 singles" via his official Facebook page. It's a classic range between '60s pop and '70s glam rock and the …

Top British Musicians We’re Thankful For, Part 2

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Morrissey’s Years of Refusal “A Disappointment”

He may look wonderfully buff on the album cover, but The Guardian‘s Alexis Petridis says Morrissey‘s new release, Years of Refusal, is “a disappointment.” Not only are the lyrics “horribly sour” and …

I Just Might Die With a Smile on My Face After All

I can die happy now: Morrissey – and his hot backing band – totally starkers! Apparently, the below image will appear in the artwork for “I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris”, Moz’s upcoming single.

Paul Weller Disses Morrissey In Print

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John Lennon, Kate Bush, Moz/Marr Are Best British Songwriters

Clearly, The Daily Telegraph continues to get mileage out of its “50 best” series, and today, they are doing the 50 Best British Songwriters. And, by Jove, I think they get it mostly right.

Anglo For Your Ear: Sandie Shaw’s “There’s Always Something There To Remind Me”

This 1964 version of the Bacharach standard actually holds up against Dionne Warwick‘s 1967 rendition. Make no mistake, that is truly an accomplishment: Dionne is probably the best female pop singer of the past 50 years.

Jerry Hall’s Vajayjay and Morrissey’s Bum: The Gratuitous Middle-Aged Nudity Post

Jerry Hall gives a commando performance, revealing more than she bargained for when she hastily exits a limo.

Anglo For Your Ear: The Polecats’ “Make a Circuit With Me”

The Polecats played rockabilly with a punksense of anarchy and helped revive the genre for a newgeneration in the early ’80s. (People refer to thiskind of music as “neobilly,” which sounds quitesilly.