I do think Moz will eventually want/get this album back in circulation. It's a fine piece of work and as an artist I doubt he'd want it to have been a wasted effort by letting it die. He was somewhat complicit in the album's failure by failing to appreciate that record labels have necessarily had to become stingier as revenue from the sale of music continues to vanish. There is without a doubt plenty of distributors that would do a P & D (Press & Distribute) on this album since it didn't cost them anything to record it BUT if Moz wants an unreasonable royalty advance for that P&D he's going to find it next to impossible. Mainly because the material is out there up for grabs and the vinyl market while making a comeback is still quite small. He should just be reasonable and let a good distributor make it available again and concentrate on recording his next album on his own dime. He then forms his own label BUT uses a major distributor like Universal. He would make way more money for record sales this way. The old way of doing things is pretty much dead unless you're a Metallica or Beyonce. Labels need to make money and paying for EVERYTHING means no to little profit unless you can sell a million records. Your typical record deal is too risky and an established artist like Moz won't do a 360 deal like up and comers do where the label gets a piece of everything (record sales, merchandise, publishing and tour ticket sales). Damnit I hope he works it out 'cause I'm jones-ing for a new Morrissey album!!