For me, Bowie's vocal performances on Young Americans and Diamond Dogs are outstanding; not to mention his version of 'Wild is the Wind'.
Alas, we will have to agree to disagree; after all, what isn't subjective.
Has anyone, apart from me, ever wondered whether these two songs are connected in a way?
In the last part of 'Southpaw', Morrissey sings "And now, there is something that you should know; There is something that you should know; The girl of your dreams is; Here all alone; Girl of your dreams...
Presumably, those in Japan, Australia, New Zealand etc. can listen to it already. Indeed, if anyone wanted to listen to it that bad, they could use a VPN. Or, alternatively, they could just listen to the YouTube video that had been around for a few months.
Personally, I've always liked Ringleader; perhaps because of my love of Rome. Whilst I would agree that the album doesn't feature many stand-out tracks, as an album itself, for me, it works rather well. Like Vauxhall, the songs flow into one another; in turn, it feels complete. With Morricone's...
Vauxhall and I
Ringleader of the Tormentors
You are the Quarry
I am Not a Dog on a Chain
Years of Refusal
Low in High School
World Peace is None of Your Business
However much I love his music, he’s certainly a hypocrite at the very least. He’s criticised immigration levels in England; however, he’ll happily live in Los Angeles, Rome and Lausanne. It’s one rule for Moz, another for the rest of us.
I knew Morrissey had played Gainsbourg-Bardot's 'Bonnie and Clyde' during the intermission of a couple of his tours - a truly fantastic song, which stands the test of time. So, I guess it's a possibility.
I should have asked Nevin when he was discussing Kill Uncle on twitter. Ah, some things...