Fans of the Smiths are delighted that their record company is offering a new reissued vinyl edition of one of the band's best songs, the title track from The Queen Is Dead album. However, the band's lyricist and lead vocalist, who is known mainly by his last name of Morrissey, has expressed some disfavor about the new record.
Morrissey recently criticized the company's decision to limit the new record to one per customer, according to a June 20, 2017 nme.com article by Luke Morgan Britton. The singer is encouraging fans to wear wigs and other disguises in order to purchase multiple copies of the disc.
True fans who want to take advantage of Morrissey's suggestion of disguising themselves need look no further than his own discography for ideas of going incognito. Here are seven possible disguises that can be found in his songs with the Smiths or his subsequent solo work.
Vicar In a Tutu
This title from a song on The Queen Is Dead would require the Smiths fan to borrow attir…
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Mysterious Sexy Performers
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