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This Is Morrissey

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Morrissey is never one to do things the accustomed way, instead throughout his career he’s carved a niche in the musical landscape which only he can occupy. And his decision to curate a brand new compilation at very short notice ahead of his tour dates, with new liner notes and a few surprises in the tracklisting, shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone.

So here it is, This Is Morrissey. A collection of studio classics, live tracks and the alternative Mael mix of the ever-popular ‘Suedehead’, all chosen by the man himself. He explains all on this brand new interview for tremr.com, with this neat little summary of the tracks he’s chosen:
“The album is so full of life, and worthy questions, and great choruses, and quite playful.”

Housed in a standard single CD jewel case, with a four page booklet and brand new liner notes by author Fiona Dodwell, there will be two versions of the CD product, a twelve track version for the world outside of North America and a ten track version for North America, final detail of which will be confirmed on a separate note at a later point. The digital version worldwide will reflect the twelve track CD release.

There is also a thirteen track vinyl edition, with the additional track ‘Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together’, complete with identical liner notes only this time written in French, another of Morrissey’s little curio’s.

TRACK LISTING

CD Tracklist:
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Ouija Board, Ouija Board
Speedway
Have-A-Go Merchant
Satellite Of Love (live)
Suedehead (Mael Mix)
Lucky Lisp
Whatever Happens, I Love You
You’re The One For Me, Fatty (live)
Jack The Ripper
The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye
Everyday Is Like Sunday

Vinyl Tracklist:
Side A
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Ouija Board, Ouija Board
Speedway
Have-A-Go Merchant
Satellite Of Love (live)
Suedehead (Mael Mix)

Side B
Lucky Lisp
Whatever Happens, I Love You
You’re The One For Me, Fatty (live)
Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
Jack The Ripper
The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye
Everyday Is Like Sunday

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