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Not Bitter...But Bored (The Roots Of Morrissey) [CD]

Johnny Panic Audio CD

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1. Not Bitter But Bored
2. Goodbye To All That
3. Stay With Me
4. Paranoia
5. My War
6. How Can You Do
7. Dear Gemini
8. Rebel Without A Car
9. Girl Pretty Boy Ugly
10. Touch Her And You're Dead

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• Johnny Panic featured Alain Whyte, long time guitarist and collaborator of Morrissey.

• Many of the songs on this CD were later re-worked with Morrissey and are now Morrissey Classics, such as ‘Not Bitter, But Bored’ ended up as ‘Irish Blood, English Heart’; ‘Paranoia’ ended up as ‘Don't Make Fun Of Daddies Voice’ and ‘Stay With Me’ became ‘First Of The Gang To Die’.

• Morrissey fans are fanatical and Alain has a huge following in his own right. Even though these tracks have never before been released, Morrissey fans know all about them via various Morrissey websites and fanzines and this material has been in demand for years.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly Bitter, but, not Boring 4 May 2007
By Robert J. Tarrants - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a fantastic album. It sounds almost exactly like The Smiths in lyrical style, and alot like Morrissey's solo career in music. Alain Whyte is not the culprit behind the great sound though. The lyrics are intelligent, and carefully thought out. It is very interesting to listen to, however, at times, it sounds almost too much like The Smiths/Morrissey, as it seems that they just picked up where The Smiths left off. I thought after Gene:Olympian that Martin Rossiter was to be the heir to intelligent, thought-provoking, "I wish that I said that"-type lyrics, but, with Johnny Panic: Not Bitter But Bored, Ben Gunstone is clearly the new challenger to the abandoned throne.
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