SPEKTRUM - OSLO
It would appear that Matt Walker is back as the band's drummer, having previously left under rather mysterious circumstances. Could he possibly have left because he read the MorrisseysWorld piece about replacing the drummer? Funnier things have happened, but who can forget this tweet that Matt posted just before he departed?:
REUNITED AND IT FEELS SO GOOD - THE GINGER MINGE RETURNS.....AND ALSO....HAS BOZ GOT A CESAREAN SCAR, OR IS ONE OF THOSE IN-CAR RECORD PLAYERS FROM THE 60S BUILT INTO HIS STOMACH?
IMPLANTED IN THE BOZ?
The return of the MW blog has meant that I have been able to re-visit some of the old classics, and there really are some comedy gems in there. I still feel desperately disappointed for all the thousands of Morrissey fans who are missing out on this material, and am also sorry that Our Mozzer isn't getting the audience he deserves, but until the penny finally drops, there is nothing that anybody can do to help them. Would a Blue Rose worn in Oslo make any difference? Probably not!
The new MW parody piece that has been promised, hasn't yet been published, but a title has been given, 'MorrisseysWorld The Documentary by Marcus Markou', and a cast list has been printed. The cast list shows that I am to be played by somebody called Nick Ferrari, who apparently is a rather portly radio presenter. I am not happy at this casting, and must guess that this is the "lesson" that I am being taught by Our Mozzer.
NICK 'FAT CUNT' FERRARI - TO PLAY ME IN LATEST MW PARODY
I am looking forward to reading the 'documentary' article, which I am presuming, as it is being credited as the work of Marcus Markou, will actually be written by Morrissey, in the character of Our Mozzer, pretending to be Marcus! It's a bit like Terry Jones playing the part of a woman, who is pretending to be a man.
TERRY JONES (CENTRE WITH GINGER BEARD) - IN THE ROLE OF MANDY
And on the subject of Monty Python, it was announced last week that the surviving members are to reunite for a series of concerts, but do reunions ever really work, and without Graham Chapman (Brian in 'The Life of Brian'), how can it possibly be the same?
And finally for today, I couldn't help smiling when I read the latest TTY statement about the chart performance of Autobiography. What was it that Marcus Markou was saying about Moz being obsessed with chart positions and numbers?