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Morrissey With Billie Joe ArmstrongWedding Bell Blues

Label:Étienne – 538483611, BMG – 538483611
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Yellow Clear
Country:UK, Europe & US
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Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock

Tracklist

AMorrissey With Billie Joe ArmstrongWedding Bell Blues
Backing VocalsBillie Joe Armstrong
Written-ByLaura Nyro
2:57
BMorrisseyBrow Of My Beloved
Written-ByMartin Boorer, Morrissey
4:36
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Notes

Released by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
© 2019 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 04050538483611
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1, etched): 538483611 BJ63641-O1 A1 SJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1, etched): 538483611 vr BJ63641-O1 B1 SJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2, etched, '1=' mirrored): 538483611 BJ63641-O1 A1 SJ 1=
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2, etched): 538483611 BJ63641-O1 B1 SJ

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Wedding Bell Blues (File, FLAC, Single)BMGnone2019
New Submission
Wedding Bell Blues (CDr, Promo)BMG, Étienne5384836112019
New Submission
Wedding Bell Blues (CDr, Promo)BMG, ÉtiennenoneFrance2019
New Submission
Wedding Bell Blues (CDr, Promo, Watermarked)BMG Rights ManagementnoneBenelux2019

Reviews

  • Line_Breaks's avatar
    Line_Breaks
    Edited 3 years ago
    A highlight on Morrissey's covers LP, this record is a notable addition to his singles discography, because of the beautiful Boz original on the B-side, "Brow Of My Beloved" - the soft, reflective sort of song to which Morrissey's voice is so well suited, yet which he chooses to record so seldom - songs like "Seasick, Yet Still Docked", "I'd Love To", "I'm Not Sorry", and "In Your Lap". When Morrissey gives us calmer songs like this, between the hard-charging numbers that tend to fill his albums, it's always a breath of fresh air. "Brow Of My Beloved" addresses the titular furrowed brow of the song's subject, rather than the subject themself. "But what do I do? I sit here stuck with you-know-who." The music here deserves lyrics more fully developed than what Morrissey delivers - though it's clear he means well.

    "Wedding Bell Blues" is full of melody and good humor - an instant classic for our Frank. The singer from Green Day was a surprisingly apt choice for the duet - and not just because his name's Bill!

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