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2632Re: My Album Review of Years Of Refusal by Morrissey up at Tasty Fanzine.

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  • thrillracer1
    Apr 4, 2009
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      Good review. You notice a lot of details in the components of the music. "All You Need is Me" is funny; Moz must have written it about his rude fans on m-solo. I think it should be played on Dancing with the Stars with dancers doing the jive, jitterbug, or lindy hop. The orchestra on Dancing with the Stars often makes songs sound a lot better than the original recordings.

      --- In Stratosphere_Fanzine@yahoogroups.com, "Jen" <jdloc4@...> wrote:
      > I really felt the need to get my thoughts out on Morrissey's latest album, and the contrast of his recent work versus his time as part of The Smiths. Your commentary, pro and/or con, is welcome! I was a bit scathing in my review about the sonic aspect of Years Of Refusal...LOL
      > "On his latest album, Morrissey and his "gang" of musicians push forth with mostly strident rockers filled with pressing tempos, abrasive guitar riffage, and aggressive bravado that is pretty much the antithesis of the brash to beautiful golden jangle of The Smiths songs (courtesy of Johnny Marr on guitar)."
      > http://www.tastyfanzine.org.uk/albums85apr09.htm#Morrissey
      > Jen
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