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Morrissey - Sings His Life flac album

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Performer: Morrissey
Title: Sings His Life
Released: 1991
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦

Yesterday, 11th September, photographs of LP and Morrissey were released at the completion of Morrissey’s new album (of covers) in Los Angeles. Some shots were taken by Jesse Tobias – Morrissey’s guitarist & co-writer, some were taken by Damonan Acreonte – Morrissey’s PA/barber. According to the text that accompanied the pictures, LP sings with Morrissey on two tracks. Which songs/covers that would be, that’s still unknown. Press release & pictures here.

Everyday Is Like Sunday" is the third track of Morrissey's debut solo album, Viva Hate, and the second single to be released by the artist. While the lyrics were written by Morrissey, the song's composer was Stephen Street. It made number nine in the UK Singles Chart and remains one of his best-known songs. Everyday Is Like Sunday", as well as the single's B-sides "Disappointed" and "Will Never Marry", feature on the compilation album Bona Drag.

Kill Uncle is the second solo studio album by English singer Morrissey, released on 4 March 1991 by record labels EMI and HMV. Kill Uncle was recorded when Morrissey was in a transitional phase. He had parted ways with producer Stephen Street but had not yet started working with his future long-term team of guitarists Alain Whyte and Boz Boorer.

Morrissey has courted controversy and dared his fans to abandon him throughout his entire career, but Low in High School marks his second consecutive release that feels regrettably tethered to his increasingly alienating public persona. 2014’s muddled, exhausting World Peace Is None of Your Business was a career-low that’s now nearly impossible to hear. Shortly after its release, the album was removed from record distributors and streaming services due to a clash with his label: a move that feels as bluntly symbolic as, well, the conceit of a Morrissey song. Since we first met him fronting the Smiths in the ’80s lamenting how pop music said nothing to him about his life, Morrissey has been adamant about imbuing his records with deeper political ambitions. But Low in High School returns him to his most utilitarian purpose: a spokesperson for youthful melancholy.

The unofficial line is that Morrissey has recorded a covers album to allow the music to speak for itself. What 'California Son' is saying is that it's not very good. Such empathy and insight is, now, it seems, beyond him. There were one-and-a-half good songs on his last album, 2017’s ‘Low In High School’ (the campy and whimsical ‘Spent The Day In Bed’ and the barbed ‘Jacky’s Only Happy When She’s Up On The Stage’).

In 1988, Morrissey kicked off his solo career with the well-received album Viva Hate, which climbed to No. 48 on the . His solo follow-up, Kill Uncle (1991), was viewed as a disappointment. However, he hit his stride again with Vauxhall and I (1994). In the years since, Morrissey has continued to put out albums and connect with his fans on tour. Despite an up-and-down solo career, Morrissey remains an icon in the pop music world. Unfortunately for fans of the Smiths, he has ruled out the possibility of a reunion.

Album · 2019 · 12 Songs. So for his 12th solo LP, and his first composed entirely of tunes written by others, he focuses on music from the '60s and '70s that tends to evoke the sunny vibes of his adopted home state.


1 Interesting Drug
2 Mute Witness
3 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
4 November Spawned A Monster
5 Will Never Marry
6 Pregnant For The Last Time
7 That's Entertainment
8 I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
9 Everyday Is Like Sunday
10 Picadilly Palare
11 Suedehead
12 Trash
13 Cosmic Dancer
14 Disappointed


Recorded live at The Elysee, Paris, April 29, 1991.