- Audio CD (14 July 2014)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Deluxe Edition
- Label: Virgin EMI
- ASIN: B00KAMX1KY
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,005 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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World Peace Is None Of Your Business Deluxe Edition
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Morrissey is one of few iconic musicians making radical, counter-cultural work. World Peace Is None Of Your Business explores the tragedy of human apathy in our turbulent, modern era. Morrissey's career as a writer reaches new lyrical heights but maintains his signature humor, drama, and emotional longing. World Peace Is None Of Your Business was produced by Joe Chiccarelli at La Fabrique Studios in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France. The album is available as a standard and deluxe edition as well as on vinyl.
Top Customer Reviews
At this stage of the game Morrissey must seriously be contemplating that caring, sometimes with a big stick, is unachieveable.
His unwavering belief that the world is beyond any type of repair, is what is so true about where his beliefs lie for 40+ years. The opening tune is an obvious album opener with a simple but why is nobody listening? anthem.
A lot of fans would rightly notice the sympathetic hand over the shoulder of someone in despair, amiss here, while he asks are you a victim, or lifes adventurer? during "Neal Cassady Drops Dead". Also It's funny to me how some journalists & professional reviewers come to the conclusion that this type of song is Morrissey speaking for himself...
The Dads:"you brought it all on yourself" approach of "Staircase at The University", to a head spinning student who cannot seem to please her favourite auntie. A familiar tribute like song, with ghostly sounding vocals at the latter of the chorus. Hilarious stuff.
This Album imo is possibly Morrissey's white flag wave of giving up trying to show how the world is run & how we all follow...
Police, Politicians, Murderous Bullfighters topped off with arrogant rich Royal sneerers, they all get a bit of his mind here.
No doubt he will never let cruelty to animals off, nor the Windsors. (quite rightly).
The opening of Mountjoy prison & onwards is a story only Morrissey could tell from his angle, in "Mountjoy" quite brilliant it is too with 7 out 10 real-life Mountjoy screws applauding his accuracy concerning the prison today.Read more ›
Pleasingly, there are quite a few excellent compositions on this album, which begins with the musically dramatic title track, a scathing assessment of world politics and the control exerted over the people by those who hold the power. The lyrics subscribe to the viewpoint recently expressed by Russell Brand; “Each time you vote/you support the process”. It's an excellent piece to listen to if you want to get angry about the disenfranchisement of the electorate by stealth, but offers no solution, just a talking point.Read more ›
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it's a matter of taste but there are some good songs on there. if you like morrisey you will like it.Published 5 months ago by J. Connelly
One of my dads favourites so he was happy to have this as part of his giftsPublished 6 months ago by emma
Arguably Morrisey's best work to date. A remarkable piece of work. Recommended.
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