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* BigNameFan: Of the Music/NewYorkDolls. He ran their fan club in TheSeventies, authored a book about the band, and commissioned their 2004 reunion concert.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: ''America is Not the World'' suggests that America would have to elect a black man, a woman, or an openly gay person as President to gain his respect. Certainly it must have sounded far-fetched back in 2004, but just one election cycle later the Democratic candidates would include [[UsefulNotes/BarackObama two]] of the [[UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton three]], the former who would become the very next President.


* ChannelHop: Too many to list, as Morrissey switched labels frequently. Also, in the 200s and TheNewTens he would have his Creator/{{EMI}} albums reissued on defunct labels owned by the company, such as Liberty and Major Minor.

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* ChannelHop: Too many to list, as Morrissey switched labels frequently. Also, in the 200s 2000s and TheNewTens he would have his Creator/{{EMI}} albums reissued on defunct labels owned by the company, such as Liberty and Major Minor.


* ChannelHop: Too many to list, as Morrissey switched labels frequently. Also, in the 200s and TheNewTens he would have his Creator/{{EMI}} albums reissued on defunct labels owned by the company, such as Liberty and Major Minor.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale three weeks after its release following a disagreement between Morrissey and Creator/HarvestRecords. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, that hasn't happened.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale three weeks after its release following a disagreement between Morrissey and Creator/HarvestRecords. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, 2019, that hasn't happened.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale three weeks after its release following a disagreement between Morrissey and Harvest Records. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, that hasn't happened.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale three weeks after its release following a disagreement between Morrissey and Harvest Records.Creator/HarvestRecords. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, that hasn't happened.


* BigNameFan: Of the Music/NewYorkDolls. He ran their fan club in the '70s, authored a book about the band, and commissioned their 2004 reunion concert.

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* BigNameFan: Of the Music/NewYorkDolls. He ran their fan club in the '70s, TheSeventies, authored a book about the band, and commissioned their 2004 reunion concert.concert.
* CreatorBreakdown: After losing his infamous lawsuit against Mike Joyce over Music/TheSmiths royalties, Morrissey recorded the song "Sorrow Will Come In the End," bemoaning the lawsuit. The song was cut from the UK release of ''Maladjusted'' for fear of legal action. That lawsuit, and not the supposed rift between Morrissey and Music/JohnnyMarr, is perhaps the main reason why a Smiths reunion is highly unlikely.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale after just three weeks following a disagreement between Morrissey and Harvest Records. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, that hasn't happened.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale after just three weeks after its release following a disagreement between Morrissey and Harvest Records. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, that hasn't happened.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: ''World Peace is None of Your Business'' was pulled from sale after just three weeks following a disagreement between Morrissey and Harvest Records. The album isn't impossible to find, but it's no longer available from official channels and has disappeared from streaming sites. Morrissey has claimed that he'd find a new home for the album as soon as possible, but as of 2017, that hasn't happened.

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* BigNameFan: Of the Music/NewYorkDolls. He ran their fan club in the '70s, authored a book about the band, and commissioned their 2004 reunion concert.
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