Morrissey Vinyl, CD & tapes by Morrissey at Norman Records

Ah. Now then. Let's see...Mr Steven Patrick Morrissey. Unless they're unusually consistent most artists have a downswing in the quality of their work as they get older. We can forgive that. But it's harder to take when an artist also becomes as unli...read more »

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California Son

New album from right-leaning firebrand and former hero Morrissey. It's a covers LP with appearances by members of Green Day, Grizzly Bear and Broken Social Scene all of whom must have missed the memo about his toxicity amongst the more liberal thinking music industry and fans of his former band. Thankfully though there's no be-quiffed interpretations of Skrewdriver songs.    

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The Queen Is Dead (2017 Master) [Deluxe Edition]

Another magical example of when a single LP gets turned into a 5LP box set. The Smiths 4th best album finally gets the big set treatment with demos, b-sides live tracks and a DVD featuring Derek Jarman's short film made to accompany the original release. A must for all fans of this most special of bands. "Slip them into different sleeves! Buy both, and feel deceived".

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Vauxhall And I (20th Anniversary Definitive Master)

When Steven Patrick’s fourth album was released in 1994, it felt like his most well-rounded and mature work. The intervening years haven’t called for any revision of that assessment. While it might have less bite than the Mick Ronson-produced Your Arsenal, the sound is warm and epic. Guitarists Boz Boorer and Alain Whyte work as solid and inventive co-writers to the master of his domain, who at this point is still expressing relatable emotions amid the bitterness. The album spawned three superior singles, The More You Ignore Me the Closer I Get, Hold On to Your Friends and Now My Heart is Full. If this isn’t one of your top three non-comp solo Moz albums, you thought List of the Lost was a cracking read. On CD with a bonus live disc, or heavyweight vinyl.

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Viva Hate (Special Edition)

Former icon Morrissey finally gave up on the Smiths when he realised the man who did everything was no longer around. However he found a new best friend in producer Stephen Street who collaborated on some truly stellar tracks on his debut solo album. It's almost impossible to ignore a record which contains such brilliance as Suedehead and Everyday is Like Sunday but...ah screw him eh? There's other music to listen to.  

The Smiths
The Queen is Dead

'The Queen Is Dead' is thought by many to be the Smiths greatest achievement. Not for me, nothing with 'Vicar In A Tutu' on it should ever be considered a classic. However it does contain many of their greatest moments, the title track, 'There is a Light....' and 'Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others' to name but three. The Smiths at their confident best just before things started to go slightly wrong.   

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Bona Drag

This 1990 compilation of Morrissey’s first run of singles and b-sides made for one of his best albums. Besides the hits (Sudehead, Everyday Is Like Sunday, November Spawned A Monster), he’d continued the Smiths tradition of hiding the odd gem on a b-side or the flip of a 12” (the self-deprecating Disappointed comes to mind). The expanded edition adds a few previously unreleased numbers, bringing the total to 20. Remastered 20th anniversary edition on CD or double LP.

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This Is Morrissey

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Low In High School

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Spent The Day In Bed

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Satellite Of Love

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World Peace is None of Your Business

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Your Arsenal (Definitive Album Master)

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Last Of The Famous International Playboys

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Singles Collection ’91 – ’95

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Glamorous Glue/ Safe Warm Lancashire Home

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All You Need Is Me / Drive-In Saturday

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The Very Best Of

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November Spawned A Monster

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Ringleader of The Tormentors

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Singles Collection ’88 – ’91

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Swords

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The HMV/ Parlophone Singles 88-95

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Everyday Is Like Sunday

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Suedehead

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Southpaw Grammar (Legacy Edition)

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I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris

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Maladjusted

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Something Is Squeezing My Skull

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Years of Refusal

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Kill Uncle

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Viva Hate

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All You Need Is Me / My Dearest Love

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All You Need Is Me / Children In Pieces

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All You Need Is Me

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Irish Blood, English Heart

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Greatest Hits

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Let Me Kiss You

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I Just Want To See The Boy Happy

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In The Future When All's Well

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In The Future When All's Well

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Dagenham Dave

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The Youngest Was The Most Loved

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You Have Killed Me

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Live At Earls Court

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There Is A Light

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I Have Forgiven Jesus

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First of The Gang To Die

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You Are The Quarry

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Irish Blood

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World Of Morrissey

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