MORRISSEY : Me intoxiqué comiendo Pennes en Perú

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Morrissey intoxicado en Lima -Perú

Morrissey compartió una carta con sus fanáticos en donde expresa su pesar por haber cancelado su concierto en el Perú. En la misiva, publicada en su página oficial, el artista reveló el verdadero motivo de su intoxicación y desmintió que vaya a realizar un concierto en Chile.

“No puedo expresar con palabras el dolor que siento por la pérdida del concierto en Perú después de una bienvenida llena de amor en Lima. El mal se iniciaría a través de una simple comida en un restaurante de pasta donde pedí penne con salsa de tomate”, expresó.

Morrissey aseguró que tras haber ingerido la comida, su guardia de seguridad y él tuvieron que estar en cama “con una enfermedad mortal y delirante”. “Cinco días de supervisión médica y apenas se controló la intoxicación corrosiva. Conozco mi suerte demasiado bien”, indicó.

El cantante también indicó que viajó hasta Los Ángeles, en Estados Unidos, para ser revisado por su médico, quien le aseguró que podrá participar en los conciertos de Argentina y Brasil, sin embargo desmintió a la productora Colors quien anunció su concierto en Chile.

Morrissey : Doctores le sugieren que se retire por problemas de salud

Morrissey told to stop by doctors

Morrissey needs to quit. Doctors have warned the UK singer that he should consider retiring after a long line of medical problems since the beginning of the year.

The singer has suffered from Barrett’s Esophagus and a bleeding ulcer which led to severe anemia. That, in turn, lowered his immune system making him vulnerable to illness including the double pneumonia that he contracted.

The singer is currently in Mexico recuperating from the latest hospital stay where he took time for an interview with radio station Reactor 105.7.

‘I had a very bad time. I had internal bleeding and I was rushed into hospital and I had lost a lot of blood. They tried to patch me together over the following five weeks but it didn’t work.

‘I was on lots of IV drips for almost five weeks and each time it seemed as though I was back to robust health I would decline. I had lost so much blood I had become anemic but I’m still receiving ongoing treatment and I am very optimistic now.

‘It almost became absurd the number of things that happened to me but everything just attacked me at once. The double pneumonia ‘ everything was really a result of the fact I had lost so much blood, so the immune defenses were very, very low and couldn’t cope with anything, so therefore the slightest gust of wind and I would have a terrible cold.’

When asked about the doctor’s advice to retire, he added ‘I have been cautioned to, but it’s difficult for me because it’s very ingrained in me.’

Morrissey’s 15 Most Outrageous Quotes

Morrissey’s 15 Most Outrageous Quotes

Three decades of withering quips from the Smiths singer on the royal family, Madonna and more …

Morrissey, Hollywood High School, Los Angeles

When Morrissey blamed Beyoncé for the near-extinction of the rhinoceros at a Los Angeles show last week

“The rhino is now more or less extinct, and it’s not because of global warming or shrinking habitats. It’s because of Beyoncé’s handbags” – it was only the latest in a decades-long series of pointedly provocative comments by the ex-Smiths singer and animal rights activist. Earlier in the week, Morrissey refused to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live!because the cast of pro-hunting reality series Duck Dynasty were slated to be fellow guests. Kimmel bashed Morrissey on the show and aired a parody Duck cast-as-vegans clip; Morrissey responded in typically withering fashion, saying Kimmel “found time to jokingly promote gun-ownership – hugely amusing for the parents at Sandy Hook, no doubt” and claiming that “Jimmy Kimmel himself has finally revealed his show to have an overwhelming loss of meaning.”

But animal rights is only one of Morrissey’s pet issues. The singer also has a history of lashing out at the British royal family – and pretty much anything and anyone else he feels like. Some of his outbursts have drawn accusations of racism; others, merely poor taste. And some are just funny.

Here are Morrissey’s most vicious disses, bon mots and general nastiness:

  • 2013: Morrissey refers to David and Victoria Beckham as “The Peckhams,” describes them as “insufferable” and says they should be “dragged to the edge of the village and flogged.”
  • 2012: Morrissey links the suicide of a London nurse to the Duchess Kate Middleton. “There’s no blame placed at Kate Middleton, who was in the hospital for, as far as I can see, absolutely no reason . . . She feels no shame about the death of this woman. The arrogance of the British royals is staggering, absolutely staggering.”
  • 2012: Morrissey has his band wear “We Hate William and Kate” shirts onstage.
  • 2012: In an open letter to his fan club, Morrissey rips into the “blustering jingoism” of the London Olympics, comparing the mood in the U.K. to Nazi Germany. “The ‘dazzling royals’ have, quite naturally, hijacked the Olympics for their own empirical needs, and no oppositional voice is allowed in the free press. . . The spirit of 1939 Germany now pervades throughout media-brand Britain.”
  • 2011: In an interview with Billboard, Morrissey calls Lady Gaga “nothing new” and says her style is “fraudulent, and the exact opposite of erotic.” He also refers to Madonna as “McDonna” and says Michael Bublé is “famous and meaningless.”
  • 2011: Of the Norway massacre in which 77 people died, Morrissey heralds to a Warsaw crowd, “That is nothing compared to what happens in McDonald’s and Kentucky Fried shit every day.”
  • 2010: Discussing animal cruelty in China, Morrissey tells The Guardian, “You can’t help but feel that the Chinese people are a subspecies.”
  • 2009: Morrissey leaves the stage at Coachella, explaining “The smell of burning animals is making me sick. I can smell burning flesh . . . and I hope to God it’s human.”
  • 2002: From documentary The Importance of Being Morrissey: “Bring me the head of Elton John . . . which is one instance in which meat would not be murder, if it were served on a plate.”
  • 1997: Morrissey bashes Madonna again. “Madonna reinforces everything absurd and offensive. Desperate womanhood. Madonna is closer to organized prostitution than anything else.”
  • 1994: When asked about an incident in which an Australian student shot a starting pistol at the Prince of Wales, Morrissey responds, “I wish that Prince Charles had been shot. I think it would have made the world a more interesting place.”
  • 1992: Morrissey knocks dance music. “It’s the refuge for the mentally deficient. It’s made by dull people for dull people.”
  • 1985: Morrissey slams the charity group Band Aid and its co-founder. “Bob Geldof is a nauseating character. Band Aid was the most self-righteous platform ever in the history of popular music.”
  • 1984: Morrissey blasts the Cure. “Robert Smith is a whingebag.”
  • 1984: Morrissey laments the failed assassination attempt on Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher after the Brighton hotel bombing. “The sorrow of the IRA Brighton bombing is that Thatcher escaped unscathed.”
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David Bowie no permite a Morrissey usar la foto de él en su nuevo disco, Jajaja

David Bowie blocks Morrissey from using photograph on record sleeve

David Bowie has reportedly ordered EMI not to feature snap of himself and Morrissey on cover of 8 April reissue of The Last of the Famous International Playboys

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Schism … it’s not clear why David Bowie is against Morrissey’s use of the picture. Photograph: Rex Features

Morrissey has been forced to change the cover of a forthcoming single after David Bowie reportedly blocked the use of a photo featuring both men.

This isn’t a new record: on 8 April, Morrissey is reissuing his 1989 singleThe Last of the Famous International Playboys. And this isn’t a new photograph: in 1992, Linder Sterling snapped the unseen shot of Bowie and the Smiths’ former singer in New York. But it would constitute a new use of Sterling’s photo: Morrissey planned to swap out the single’s original artwork, an image of seven-year-old Moz climbing a tree.

“Bowie refusal,” runs the headline for the following post on True to You, a fansite Morrissey uses as a mouthpiece: “David Bowie has ordered EMIUK not to run the proposed artwork for … The Last of the Famous International Playboys single and CD … Although Bowie has no legal rights to the photograph, most of his back catalogue is presently licensed to EMI.”

It is not certain why Bowie may have leaned on EMI to block the photo’s publication. The two men were friendly at the time the photo was taken, uniting on stage for a performance of Cosmic Dancer. But the intervening years have clearly brought a schism. “[Bowie’s] a business, you know. He’s not really a person,” Morrissey told Jonathon Ross in 2004. “I could tell you stories … and you’d never listen to Let’s Dance again.”

Morrissey was even more cutting in a 2004 interview with GQ. “Bowie is not the person he was,” he said. “Now he gives people what he thinks will make them happy and they’re yawning their heads off. And by doing that, he is not relevant. He was only relevant by accident.”

With or without Bowie’s face, Morrissey will still reissue his 24-year-old single. He is also reissuing his second solo album, Kill Uncle, with bonus songs and a reordered tracklist. The 53-year-old is currently recovering from a bleeding ulcer and hopes to resume a US tour tomorrow night. “The reports of my death have been greatly understated,” Morrissey quipped last week.

Bowie’s first album in 10 years, The Next Day, is released on 11 March. and will be a BLAST !

Morrissey e Iggy Pop en concierto, a quién le vas ??

                                       Morrissey con Iggy Pop ……La pareja dispareja

Parece que Iggy Pop y los Stooges se robarán el show …..hay muchas especulaciones sobre este show, en poco tiempo sabremos que hizo la Iguana con su “amigo” Morrissey …

Morrissey, Lou Reed & Iggy Pop @ Hop Farm 2011

Morrissey en la época de The Smiths : Míralo con Google Earth …

Morrissey’s image was hidden on Google Earth by a fan of the band that works for Google.  Well it seems to be kinda true.  Here is the image you see of Morrissey only if you enable 3D Buildings and click on a small box that then shows an artist 3D rendition the Salford Lads Club on St Ignatius Walk, Salford, M5 3RX, United Kingdom.

Morrissey On Google Earth Salford Lads Club


The 3D model of the building was created by landscape architect Ste Allan, who created it in SketchUp as part of Google’s Your World in 3D campaign.  Here is the Morrissey image from above with the “3D Buildings” mode enabled.

The Smiths The Queen Is Dead Salford Lads Club Google Earth


The image used was Morrissey’s pose for the photo on the inner sleeve of The Smiths 1986 album “The Queen Is Dead” which was taken in front of the Salford Lads Club.

Morrissey destruye a los Ramones en el Melody Maker de 1976



                Morrissey  escribe sobre los Ramones el 24 de julio del 76 en Melody Maker :


Los Ramones son la última banda en generar adeptos sin poseer ellos ningún talento-su más notable logro hasta la fecha es su capacidad para avanzar más allá de los límites de la ciudad de Nueva York,


Han sido recibidos con adulación por un ejército de fanáticos engañados. Musicalmente, ellos no se ocupan en la sutileza o la variación de ningún tipo, su propósito es ser tan incompetente como sea posible.

Para una banda  que cree proyectar a la juventud de América, Nueva York – la vida suburbana, anti-conformismo, el sexo y la lucha, o lo que sea, fracasan miserablemente.

Los Ramones hacen el sonido de los  Stooges como concertistas, y siento que el único lugar para su música discordante sudada es el centro de Manhattan donde sin duda la gente está acostumbrada a esos sonidos.

The New York Dolls y Patti Smith han demostrado que hay una vida fuera de la cloaca de los pantanos y alcantarillas de Nueva York y que son los únicos actos que se originaron a partir de la escena under de Nueva York y que son dignos de toda alabanza


. Los Ramones no tienen absolutamente nada que añadir  de relevancia o importancia y deben ser presentados correctamente y olvidados


-Steve Morrissey, Kings Road, Stretford, Manchester.



Algunos puntos a tomar en cuenta :

1- Morrissey ya escribía muy bien desde  joven.

2 – Le molestó que la crítica Inglesa se rinda a los pies de los Ramones donde Los New York Dolls nunca la hicieron.

4- El era el creador y presidente del fan club de los New York Dolls de Inglaterra.

5 – Los Ramones al grabar en 1976, los punks ingleses aprendieron a tocar sus instrumentos escuchando el disco debut de los Ramones ( sic )

6- Patinó el Moz en esta crónica, Los Ramones son una de las bandas más queridas en todo el planeta y no solo en Nueva York que era lo que Morrissey vaticinó.

Los Ramones habían conquistado el 4 de Julio del 76 Ingalterra

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