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Steven Morrissey

Steven Patrick Morrissey, (born May 22, 1959 in Manchester in England) dropped his forenames to become Morrissey, the lead singer of the seminal UK 'indie' band, The Smiths. When the band broke up in 1987, Morrissey developed a successful solo career and is one of only a few artists to have had UK top ten singles in three separate decades.

Overview

The Smiths are viewed by many as one of the most influential bands of the 1980s post-punk era. Morrissey's ambiguous sexuality, provocative iconoclasm, and lyrical compositions blended with guitarist Johnny Marr's highly melodic songwriting to sell many recordings. The band became a success in the UK, Ireland, and Australia and became a cult obsession in the United States of America, doing quite well on college radio charts with songs such as How Soon Is Now?, and Panic.

The band broke up due to conflict between Morrissey and Marr, after a productive period from 1985 to 1987 when they released several successful albums: Meat Is Murder, Strangeways, Here We Come, and the hit The Queen is Dead (a regular member of "Best Albums of All Time" lists and easily one of the most influential of the 1980s).

Morrissey's work, both solo and with the Smiths, has been well regarded within England's artistic community and within the artistic establishment of England,even though he now lives in Los Angeles.

Morrissey's subsequent career has also provided successful albums and in 1994 he achieved his highest ever chart position with Vauxhall and I (1994) and its single "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get". After producing several albums in the early years of his solo career with a production outfit not unlike his collaboration with Marr, Morrissey moved on from the songwriting services of Stephen Street for Viva Hate (1988) and Bona Drag (1990) and Mark Nevin for Kill Uncle (1991). The band he assembled for 1992's hit album Your Arsenal sharply renewed his sound and sales success with a fresh, American rockabilly sound. Composition duties were split between guitarists Boz Boorer and Alain Whyte, who have been the core of Morrissey's band ever since.

Reputed to be uninterested in compromise or record company marketing principles, Morrissey has long suffered the consequences of operating as a quasi-outsider in the music industry. Though his large and loyal fan base follow his every move, his albums since 1996 had great trouble reaching a wider audience. Between 1999 and 2003, Morrissey was unable to find a record contract at all (at least one that satisfied his demands).

Accusations of racism meant he spent much of the 1990s maligned, based upon songs such as "Bengali In Platforms" and "National Front Disco" as well as an ill-advised performance at the first Madness re-union show at Finsbury Park, London draped in the Union Flag.

Morrissey vacated his English home for Los Angeles in the late-1990s and found an entirely new life in the American West, where, to his own amazement, he has connected with the Hispanic community, where there is now a big fan base. Morrissey's songs of alienation and isolation have appeared to translate lock, stock and barrel from the streets of Manchester to the barrios of LA, something that he himself has expressed surprise and gratitude about.

Morrissey on the cover of his 2004 album You Are The Quarry.

In June, 2003 Sanctuary Records group announced a deal with Morrissey. He was given the one-time reggae label Attack Records as a platform to record new material and, reportedly, to sign new artists.

Morrissey's latest, titled You Are the Quarry was released on May 17, 2004 (but one day later in the US). Guitarist Alain Whyte described the work as a mix between Your Arsenal and Vauxhall and I, and the album has received strong reviews. The first single, "Irish Blood, English Heart" debuted on KROQ on March 22, 2004 and was released internationally on May 10, 2004. The single reached No.3 in its first week of sales in the UK Official Charts. This is the highest placing chart position for Morrissey in his entire career as both a solo artist and the lead singer of The Smiths.

At a Dublin concert on June 5 2004, Morrissey caused global controversy by announcing the death of former US President, Ronald Reagan; then exclaiming he would have preferred it if George W. Bush had died. [1] (http://www.manchesteronline.co.uk/news/s/119/119298_morrissey_comments_spark_bush_fire.html)

With the release of 'I Have Forgiven Jesus' in December 2004, Morrissey became the only artist to score 4 top 10 hits in the UK singles chart that year. [2] (http://www.sanctuaryrecordsgroup.co.uk/News/news.asp?id=675&action=more)

Miscellaneous

  • In a 1997 interview to support the release of "Alma Matters", the lead single from Maladjusted, Morrissey cited "Shoplifters of the World Unite" as his favourite Smiths song. The song is seen by many as a rebuke of Section 28.
  • In June 2004 the British newspaper The Observer asked Morrissey what his top ten favourite British albums were. He responded he could only think of one great British album: For Your Pleasure by Roxy Music.
  • J. K. Rowling, Bono, Noel Gallagher, Harry Hill, Craig Kilborn, Thom Yorke, Jonathan Ross, Douglas Coupland and Kathy Burke have all publicly stated they admire Morrissey's work. The title of Coupland's book, "Girlfriend in a Coma", is also the title of a Smiths song, and several references to Smiths lyrics are scattered through the book.
  • In Los Angeles, Morrissey–who is known to many fans by the nickname "Moz"–has found a large Latino audience. This new and rather unexpected fan base has even led to a new nickname for L.A.: Moz Angeles.
  • In October 2004, Morrissey released a politically charged statement urging American voters to vote against George W. Bush for President. Morrissey's statement was "With all my heart I urge people to vote against George Bush. Jon Stewart would be ideal, but John Kerry is the logical and sane move. It does not need to be said yet again, but Bush has single-handedly turned the United States into the most neurotic and terror-obsessed country on the planet. For non-Americans, the United States is suddenly not a very nice place to visit because US immigration officers — under the rules of Bush — now conduct themselves with all the charm and unanswerable indignation of Hitler’s SS. Please bring sanity and intelligence back to the United States. Don’t forget to vote. Vote for John Kerry and get rid of George Bush!" [3] (http://www.morrisseymusic.com/newsitem.asp?id=89)
  • Morrissey apparently is involved in a long-standing feud with The Cure lead singer/guitarist Robert Smith.
  • Morrissey is noted for using and liking the Southam Street work of photographer Roger Mayne.
  • Morrissey is a long-time ethical vegetarian and an advocate for animal rights

Discography

For his albums and singles releases with The Smiths, see this page.

Albums

  • Viva Hate — Mar 1988
  • Bona Drag — Nov 1990
  • Kill Uncle — Mar 1991
  • At KROQ — Sep 1991 (EP)
  • Your Arsenal — Jul 1992
  • Beethoven was Deaf — May 1993
  • Vauxhall and I — Mar 1994
  • World of Morrissey — Feb 1995
  • Southpaw Grammar — Sep 1995
  • Maladjusted — Aug 1997
  • Suedehead: The Best of Morrissey — Sep 1997
  • Rare Tracks — Apr 1998
  • My Early Burglary Years — Sep 1998
  • The Best of Morrissey — Nov 2001
  • You Are the Quarry — May 2004 (a Deluxe edition was released in October 2004)
  • Live at Earls Court — March 2005

UK singles with chart positions

  • 1988 "Suedehead" #5
  • 1988 "Everyday is Like Sunday" #9
  • 1989 "Last of the Famous International Playboys" #6
  • 1989 "Interesting Drug" #9
  • 1989 "Ouija Board Ouija Board" #18
  • 1990 "November Spawned a Monster" #12
  • 1990 "Piccadilly Palare" #18
  • 1991 "Our Frank" #26
  • 1991 "Sing Your Life" #33
  • 1991 "Pregnant for the Last Time" #25
  • 1991 "My Love Life" #29
  • 1992 "We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful" #17
  • 1992 "You're the One for Me, Fatty" #19
  • 1992 "Certain People I Know" #35
  • 1994 "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get" #8 (#46 US)
  • 1994 "Hold on to Your Friends" #47
  • 1994 "Interlude" (with Siouxsie) #25
  • 1995 "Boxers" #23
  • 1995 "Dagenham Dave" #26
  • 1995 "The Boy Racer" #36
  • 1995 "Sunny" #42
  • 1997 "Alma Matters" #16
  • 1997 "Roy's Keen" #42
  • 1998 "Satan Rejected My Soul" #39
  • 2004 "Irish Blood, English Heart" #3
  • 2004 "First of the Gang to Die" #6
  • 2004 "Let Me Kiss You" #8
  • 2004 "I Have Forgiven Jesus" #10
  • 2005 "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" / "Redondo Beach"

"The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get" is the only Morrissey single to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. Several of his releases have charted on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Videos

  • Hulmerist (1990)
  • Live in Dallas (1992)
  • The Malady Lingers On (1992)
  • !Oye Estaban! (2000)
  • Who Put the M in Manchester? (2005)

Bibliography

Before gaining widespread recognition with The Smiths, Morrissey (then still with forename) wrote a number of booklets on his favourite cultural subjects, music and film.

  • The New York Dolls (Babylon Books; 1981, 19952 ISBN 0-907188-50-8)
  • James Dean Is Not Dead (Babylon Books; 1983, 19842, 19973 ISBN 0-907188-06-0)
  • Exit Smiling (Babylon Books; 1998 [written in 1980, discusses a number of Morrissey's favourite, obscure B-movie actors] ISBN 0-907188-47-8)

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Morrissey vacated his English home for Los Angeles in the late-1990s and found an entirely new life in the American West, where, to his own amazement, he has connected with the Hispanic community, where there is now a big fan base. Many artistes of the modern era cite Motörhead as an important influence. Accusations of racism meant he spent much of the 1990s maligned, based upon songs such as "Bengali In Platforms" and "National Front Disco" as well as an ill-advised performance at the first Madness re-union show at Finsbury Park, London draped in the Union Flag. The group then returned to the concept of dual guitars and hired Wurzel and Phil Campbell to fill these roles. Mainstream success has dwindled since then but the band still have a large and loyal fanbase and continue to record and tour extensively. Between 1999 and 2003, Morrissey was unable to find a record contract at all (at least one that satisfied his demands). Robertson only lasted for one album (1983's Another Perfect Day) having caused friction in the band due to his refusal to play their most popular tunes. Though his large and loyal fan base follow his every move, his albums since 1996 had great trouble reaching a wider audience. Clarke felt that this compromised the band's principles and resigned to be replaced by Brian Robertson, formerly with Thin Lizzy.

Reputed to be uninterested in compromise or record company marketing principles, Morrissey has long suffered the consequences of operating as a quasi-outsider in the music industry. Williams of the Plasmatics. Composition duties were split between guitarists Boz Boorer and Alain Whyte, who have been the core of Morrissey's band ever since. In 1982, Motörhead recorded a cover of Tammy Wynette's Stand By Your Man with Wendy O. The band he assembled for 1992's hit album Your Arsenal sharply renewed his sound and sales success with a fresh, American rockabilly sound. The albums Ace of Spades and the live No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith from this era are also considered to be among their best work and were their most commercially successful. After producing several albums in the early years of his solo career with a production outfit not unlike his collaboration with Marr, Morrissey moved on from the songwriting services of Stephen Street for Viva Hate (1988) and Bona Drag (1990) and Mark Nevin for Kill Uncle (1991). "Ace of Spades" is considered by many to be the definitive Motörhead anthem.

Morrissey's subsequent career has also provided successful albums and in 1994 he achieved his highest ever chart position with Vauxhall and I (1994) and its single "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get". In the early 1980s they experienced UK Top 40 chart hits with singles such as "Ace of Spades", the St.Valentine's Day Massacre E.P. (their collaboration with 'apprentices' Girlschool) and Iron Fist. Morrissey's work, both solo and with the Smiths, has been well regarded within England's artistic community and within the artistic establishment of England,even though he now lives in Los Angeles. Follow-up albums Overkill and Bomber cemented their reputation as one of Britain's foremost heavy metal groups. The band broke up due to conflict between Morrissey and Marr, after a productive period from 1985 to 1987 when they released several successful albums: Meat Is Murder, Strangeways, Here We Come, and the hit The Queen is Dead (a regular member of "Best Albums of All Time" lists and easily one of the most influential of the 1980s). By this time the standard of their performances had improved considerably, and the uncompromising nature of their music was beginning to garner a following from the worlds of both metal and punk. The band became a success in the UK, Ireland, and Australia and became a cult obsession in the United States of America, doing quite well on college radio charts with songs such as How Soon Is Now?, and Panic.. The band's first official album release was the self-titled Motörhead, released in 1977.

Morrissey's ambiguous sexuality, provocative iconoclasm, and lyrical compositions blended with guitarist Johnny Marr's highly melodic songwriting to sell many recordings. The team of Lemmy, Clarke and Taylor is today regarded as the "classic" Motörhead line-up, although initial reactions were unfavourable: they memorably won a poll for "Worst Band in the World" in one music magazine. The Smiths are viewed by many as one of the most influential bands of the 1980s post-punk era. Deciding that two guitarists were required, the band recruited "Fast" Eddie Clarke, but Wallis left during the auditions and so the idea was shelved. When the band broke up in 1987, Morrissey developed a successful solo career and is one of only a few artists to have had UK top ten singles in three separate decades. The sessions did not see the light of day until they were opportunistically released in 1979 once the band was becoming popular. Steven Patrick Morrissey, (born May 22, 1959 in Manchester in England) dropped his forenames to become Morrissey, the lead singer of the seminal UK 'indie' band, The Smiths. They recorded sessions at Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, during which Fox left to be replaced by Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor.

Exit Smiling (Babylon Books; 1998 [written in 1980, discusses a number of Morrissey's favourite, obscure B-movie actors] ISBN 0-907188-47-8). The first line-up of the band featured Larry Wallis (ex-Pink Fairies) on guitar and Lucas Fox on drums. James Dean Is Not Dead (Babylon Books; 1983, 19842, 19973 ISBN 0-907188-06-0). Lemmy's stated aim was for the outfit to be "the dirtiest rock 'n' roll band in the world". The New York Dolls (Babylon Books; 1981, 19952 ISBN 0-907188-50-8). Realising that this would preclude them from commercial acceptance, he eventually settled on "Motörhead", after a song he had written for Hawkwind. Who Put the M in Manchester? (2005). After being sacked from Hawkwind in 1975, supposedly for "doing the wrong drugs", Lemmy decided to form a new band, originally to be called "Bastard".

!Oye Estaban! (2000). An "us against the world" mentality is evident in many of their songs. The Malady Lingers On (1992). Their lyrics generally cover topics such as war, abuse of power, substance abuse and "life on the road" - the latter for which they wrote the song "We Are The Road Crew". Live in Dallas (1992). AC/DC referred to Motörhead as,"the only band louder than us". Hulmerist (1990). Their sound tends to be "half metal, half punk, and half rock 'n roll" — purposefully adding up to three halves of a band.

2005 "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" / "Redondo Beach". While the band are typically classified as heavy metal or speed metal, Lemmy has refused such labels, preferring to describe Motörhead's style as "rock and roll". 2004 "I Have Forgiven Jesus" #10. The title of one of their live albums, Everything Louder Than Everyone Else, reflects this assertion. 2004 "Let Me Kiss You" #8. Founded by ex-Hawkwind bassist Lemmy Kilmister in 1975, they specialise in songs that are extremely loud to the unaccustomed listener. 2004 "First of the Gang to Die" #6. Their name derives from a slang term for an amphetamine user.

2004 "Irish Blood, English Heart" #3. Motörhead are a canonical speed metal band. 1998 "Satan Rejected My Soul" #39. See IPA in Unicode if you have display problems. 1997 "Roy's Keen" #42. Note: This page contains phonetic information presented in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) using Unicode. 1997 "Alma Matters" #16. 2004 Everything Louder Than Everything Else.

1995 "Sunny" #42. 2003 The Special Edition EP. 1995 "The Boy Racer" #36. 2002 The Best of Motörhead. 1995 "Dagenham Dave" #26. 2002 Motörhead EP. 1995 "Boxers" #23. 2001 25 & Alive Boneshaker - Steamhammer - SPV.

1994 "Interlude" (with Siouxsie) #25. 1991 Everything louder Than Everything Else. 1994 "Hold on to Your Friends" #47. 1988 EP. 1994 "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get" #8 (#46 US). 1986 Deaf Not Blind. 1992 "Certain People I Know" #35. 1985 Birthday Party.

1992 "You're the One for Me, Fatty" #19. 1984 Another Perfect Day EP. 1992 "We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful" #17. 1982 Live In Toronto - Castle Hendering. 1991 "My Love Life" #29. Inferno (June 22, 2004). 1991 "Pregnant for the Last Time" #25. Live At Brixton Academy The Complete Concert (2003; live).

1991 "Sing Your Life" #33. Hammered (2002). 1991 "Our Frank" #26. All The Aces (2001; compilation). 1990 "Piccadilly Palare" #18. Over The Top - The Rarities (2000; compilation). 1990 "November Spawned a Monster" #12. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch (2000; compilation).

1989 "Ouija Board Ouija Board" #18. The Best Of (2000; compilation). 1989 "Interesting Drug" #9. We Are Motorhead (2000). 1989 "Last of the Famous International Playboys" #6. Everything Louder Than Everyone Else (1999; live). 1988 "Everyday is Like Sunday" #9. Snake Bite Love (1998).

1988 "Suedehead" #5. Overnight Sensation (1996). Live at Earls Court — March 2005. Sacrifice (1994). You Are the Quarry — May 2004 (a Deluxe edition was released in October 2004). Bastards (1993). The Best of Morrissey — Nov 2001. March or Die (1992).

My Early Burglary Years — Sep 1998. 1916 (1991). Rare Tracks — Apr 1998. No Sleep at All (1988; live). Suedehead: The Best of Morrissey — Sep 1997. Rock 'n' Roll (1987). Maladjusted — Aug 1997. Orgasmatron (1986).

Southpaw Grammar — Sep 1995. No Remorse (1984; compilation). World of Morrissey — Feb 1995. Another Perfect Day (1983). Vauxhall and I — Mar 1994. Iron Fist (1982). Beethoven was Deaf — May 1993. No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith (1981; live; reached No.1 in UK album charts).

Your Arsenal — Jul 1992. Ace of Spades (1980; reached No.4 in UK album charts). At KROQ — Sep 1991 (EP). On Parole (1979; unofficial release from sessions recorded in 1975). Kill Uncle — Mar 1991. Bomber (1979). Bona Drag — Nov 1990. Overkill (1979).

Viva Hate — Mar 1988. Motörhead (1977). Morrissey is a long-time ethical vegetarian and an advocate for animal rights. Mikkey Dee - drums. Morrissey is noted for using and liking the Southam Street work of photographer Roger Mayne. Phil Campbell - guitar. Morrissey apparently is involved in a long-standing feud with The Cure lead singer/guitarist Robert Smith. Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals.

Vote for John Kerry and get rid of George Bush!" [3] (http://www.morrisseymusic.com/newsitem.asp?id=89). Mikkey Dee - drums. Don’t forget to vote. Wurzel - guitar. Please bring sanity and intelligence back to the United States. Phil Campbell - guitar. For non-Americans, the United States is suddenly not a very nice place to visit because US immigration officers — under the rules of Bush — now conduct themselves with all the charm and unanswerable indignation of Hitler’s SS. Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals.

It does not need to be said yet again, but Bush has single-handedly turned the United States into the most neurotic and terror-obsessed country on the planet. Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor - drums. Jon Stewart would be ideal, but John Kerry is the logical and sane move. Wurzel - guitar. Morrissey's statement was "With all my heart I urge people to vote against George Bush. Phil Campbell - guitar. Bush for President. Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals.

In October 2004, Morrissey released a politically charged statement urging American voters to vote against George W. Pete Gill - drums. This new and rather unexpected fan base has even led to a new nickname for L.A.: Moz Angeles. Wurzel (born Michael Burston) - guitar. In Los Angeles, Morrissey–who is known to many fans by the nickname "Moz"–has found a large Latino audience. Phil Campbell - guitar. The title of Coupland's book, "Girlfriend in a Coma", is also the title of a Smiths song, and several references to Smiths lyrics are scattered through the book. Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals.

Rowling, Bono, Noel Gallagher, Harry Hill, Craig Kilborn, Thom Yorke, Jonathan Ross, Douglas Coupland and Kathy Burke have all publicly stated they admire Morrissey's work. Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor - drums. K. Brian Robertson - guitar. J. Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals. He responded he could only think of one great British album: For Your Pleasure by Roxy Music. Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor - drums.

In June 2004 the British newspaper The Observer asked Morrissey what his top ten favourite British albums were. "Fast" Eddie Clarke - guitar, vocals. The song is seen by many as a rebuke of Section 28. Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals. In a 1997 interview to support the release of "Alma Matters", the lead single from Maladjusted, Morrissey cited "Shoplifters of the World Unite" as his favourite Smiths song. Lucas Fox - drums. Larry Wallis - guitar.

Lemmy Kilmister - bass, vocals.

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