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Morrisey: Southpaw Grammar (RCA)

Phil Sutcliffe, Q, September 1995

Wherein Morrissey discovers the missing link between The Byrds' jingle-jangle and Young/Cobain grunge. In contrast to Vauxhall And I, often gentle of mood and sentiment, his debut on the label of Presley and Lou Reed plays loud all the way.

Total word count of piece: 385


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