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Morrissey - Swords (new album / tour dates)




Releasing: 26 October (UK) / 3 November (North America)

Morrissey releases Swords, a compilation of 18 b-sides from his last three albums, in about a month. The first copies will also include a bonus of performances recorded in Warsaw in July.


01 Good Looking Man About Town

02 Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice

03 If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look at Me

04 Ganglord

05 My Dearest Love

06 The Never-Played Symphonies

07 Sweetie-Pie

08 Christian Dior

09 Shame Is the Name

10 Munich Air Disaster 1958

11 I Knew I Was Next

12 It's Hard to Walk Tall When You're Small

13 Teenage Dad on His Estate

14 Children in Pieces

15 Friday Mourning

16 My Life Is a Succession of People Saying Goodbye

17 Drive-In Saturday

18 Because of My Poor Education


01 Black Cloud

02 I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris

03 I Just Want to See the Boy Happy

04 Why Don't You Find Out for Yourself

05 One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell

06 You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby

07 Live Is a Pigsty

08 I'm OK by Myself

Check out his West coast tour dates after the jump.

11/29: Seattle, WA @ Paramount

11/30: Portland, OR @ Roseland Theatre

12/02: Oakland, CA @ Paramount

12/04: Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint

12/05: Indio, CA @ Fantasy Springs

12/07: Pomona, CA @ Fox Theatre

12/08: San Diego, CA @ Copley Symphony Hall

12/10: Los Angeles, CA @ Gibson Amphitheatre

12/11: Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theatre

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