The entirety of "What Kind of People Live in these Houses?"
"Take time, be mine, and gaze with fondness on... the wrong one." - Love is on Its Way Out
"You know who you are, yet you have no idea" - Truth About Ruth
"Time will mold you and craft you, but soon when your looking away it will...
1. What Kind of People Live in These Houses? - A cracking track with classic jangly-guitars and fiercely witty lyrics. One of his best ever!
2. I Am Not A Dog On A Chain - Some very clever quips following a stream-of-consciousness-esque portrayal. Music gives me Kill Uncle vibes.
3. Once I Saw...
For some reason the Canadian Amazon listing of the album has a release date for this friday (the 13th):
EDIT: It has been updated to the 20th.
HONEY, YOU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ME - Morrissey Central
March 4, 2020
Special 10-inch picture disc sprawled across the carpet for artistic affect. Three additional tracks on the B-side. Available somewhere, somehow, soon. A BMG release.
The face belongs to Lili St Cyr.
Pet Shop Boys would be quite interesting especially since he's taking a more synth-heavy approach on the new album!
Boy George or Marc Almond would also be pretty cool and considering both of them have greatly praised Moz in the past, it's not completely unlikely.
Well if they already die for human consumption, it's better they die as free animals due to whatever circumstances you claim as multiple animals do. Then, the species will eventually evolve into something withstanding to its new material conditions over multiple generations.
And as for your...
The vast amounts of these animals wouldn't exist in the same quantity because they're specifically bred for consumption, not based on natural offspring. For example, cows are continuously forcefully impregnated to produce more cows for consumption, etc.
Also, they'd become free animals like...