Morrissey, the enigmatic vocalist for The Smiths, who released four albums with The Smiths in a short-lived span of three years, and a whopping 15 solo albums. Thirteen of those were studio sets, and two of those were live sets. Morrissey’s last album was I Am Not A Dog On A Chain, issued in 2020. His audience, particularly those that live in the UK are still quite interested in his music, thus he remains relevant to many. His two live sets are the 1993 Beethoven Was Deaf album, and Live At Earls Court in 2005.

On July 26, Rhino Entertainment will revisit Beethoven Was Deaf with a newly remastered reissue that will acknowledge the 30th anniversary of the live album. The original album was first released in 1993 and featured his live set in Paris at the Paris Zenith on December 22 in 1992. This newly remastered set will provide the original album with a new cover.

Beethoven Was Deaf will be reissued on CD, DD, and 2 versions of LP that include industry standard black vinyl, and a Limited Edition orange vinyl offering. Both LPs packages will be provided in gatefold jackets.

Beethoven Was DeafMorrissey
01 You’re The One For Me Fatty
02 Certain People I Know
03 The National Front Disco
04 November Spawned A Monster
05 Seasick, Yet Still Docked
06 The Loop
07 Sister I’m A Poet
08 Jack The Ripper
09 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
10 I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday
11 We’ll Let You Know
12 Suedehead
13 He Knows I’d Love To See Him
14 You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
15 Glamorous Glue
16 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful

By MARowe

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