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Peepholism: Into the Art of Morrissey


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Publisher:Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd, 1994



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Morrissey, former singer/songwriter with The Smiths, and now a solo perfromer, has insisted on selecting the images which adorn all record releases and merchandise connected with him since the dawn of his career. Depsite the fact that Morrisey is a very public and often controversial popstar, he is a very sensitive and private person and the strong visual images he has chosen to identify with over the years (James Dean, Viv Nicholson, Charlie Richardson and Edith Sitwell for example) say as much about what makes his tick, and mean as much to his fans as the lyrics and pop music for which he is known internationally.

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