15 Revealing Quotes From Morrissey's Autobiography

From worshipping the New York Dolls to refusing to reunite the Smiths
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Morrissey on Morrissey

Morrissey's new autobiography is unlike any rock memoir ever written. Very little space is devoted to writing and recording his amazing catalog of songs. Instead, he delves deep into his painful childhood in Manchester, his endless battles with Rough Trade Records during his five-year stint in The Smiths, his bitter legal battle with Smiths drummer Mike Joyce and the many, many people he simply despise.  It's a very fast and fun read for 457 pages. Read an exclusive excerpt and check out a little preview of fifteen interesting moments. - ANDY GREENE

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