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Download The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils - Morrissey - Southpaw Grammar (CD, Album)
1995
Label: Reprise Records - 2-45939-A • Format: CD Album, Promo Advance CD • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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8 Replies to “ The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils - Morrissey - Southpaw Grammar (CD, Album) ”

  1. Feshakar says:
    Having acquired most of Moz’s back catalogue over recent years, this one residing on Morrissey’s Southpaw Grammar album () somehow slipped by. But it found me at a particularly pertinent time. Whilst the track is an atypical Morrissey take on the English education system, applying the lyrics to my then work scenario struck so many chords.
  2. Marg says:
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  3. Nashakar says:
    Mar 25,  · Southpaw Grammar is one of the three Morrissey rejects (completed by Kill Uncle and Maladjusted), and the re-release of the latter and this one tries to, perhaps, make old fans give them a second try, and new listeners forget the old releases, focus on the new dwesrogafulxaloracarkowsswipganfu.xyzinfo the album sticker says, this is, tracklist-wise, the ‘way Morrissey wanted’ the album to sound, plus three previously /5(36).
  4. Mazunos says:
    To be fair, Southpaw Grammar is not all bad. A moody epic like the minute orchestrated opener "The Teachers Are Afraid of the Pupils," a classic Morrissey modern-day crucifixion tale, at least balances the recycled MTV-fare of "The Boy Racer" and "Dagenham Dave."Reviews:
  5. Shakajind says:
    Originally released in , Southpaw Grammar was Morrissey’s fifth solo album, charted at No.4 in the UK charts on release, and featured the fans favourite singles "Dagenham Dave" and "Boy Racer". This re-issue has become a very personal project to Morrissey, who wanted to re-sequence the tracklisting, adding in four previously unreleased tracks, and give it completely new artwork/5(48).
  6. Danos says:
    "The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils" (Morrissey/Boorer) It was on the setlist every night on the brief date tour put together to promote the release of the "Southpaw Grammar" album in It was done a further 24 times on the Maladjusted tour, which means that slightly less that 50% of the audiences were treated to it.
  7. Arar says:
    Feb 11,  · The teachers are afraid of their pupils by Morrissey. Posted by JD on February 11, February 20, this one residing on his Southpaw Grammar album () somehow slipped by me. My only cause for complaint is that The teachers are afraid of their pupils will forever be the soundtrack to a most painful and challenging time of my life.
  8. Zululkis says:
    This album was not received particularly well by the critics or the fans, though I have a soft spot for it. It's another example of his fascination with pugilists (also evidenced on his single Boxers). It opens with the epic, 11 minute The Teachers Are Afraid of the Pupils. It's built around a Shostakovich sample, accompanied by the band/5(12).

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