December 6, 2013 13:37

Morrissey's 'Your Arsenal' to be reissued with live DVD

The singer's 1992 album has been remastered

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A remastered version of Morrissey's 1992 album 'Your Arsenal' will be released next year (2014).

The new version of the album will be on CD, heavyweight gatefold vinyl LP, and digital download formats. The CD format will come with a DVD of Morrissey's October 31, 1991 concert at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.

'Your Arsenal' tracklisting:

'You're Gonna Need Someone on Your Side?'
'Glamorous Glue?'
'We’ll Let You Know?'
'The National Front Disco?'
'Certain People I Know?'
'We Hate it When Our Friends Become Successful?'
'You’re the One For Me, Fatty?'
'Seasick, Yet Still Docked?'
'I Know it’s Gonna Happen Someday?'
'Tomorrow' (US Mix)

Morrissey at the Shoreline Amphitheatre DVD:

'November Spawned a Monster'
'Alsatian Cousin?'
'Our Frank?'
'The Loop?'
'King Leer?'
'Sister I’m a Poet?'
'Piccadilly Palare?'
'Driving Your Girlfriend Home?'
'Interesting Drug?'
'We Hate it When Our Friends Become Successful?'
'Everyday Is Like Sunday?'
'My Love Life?'
'Pashernate Love?'
'The Last Of the Famous International Playboys?'
'Asian Rut?'
'Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together?'

Yesterday (December 5), it was reported that Morrissey's relationship with photographer Jake Owen Walters has been removed from the US edition of the singer's memoir, 'Autobiography'.

In the memoir, Morrissey writes that he was involved in a two-year relationship with Walters, which took place in the singer's 30s, though he doesn't specify if they were lovers or not. Morrissey writes that his relationship with Walters marked "the first time in my life the eternal 'I' becomes 'we', as, finally, I can get on with someone".

However, reports claim that the US edition of the book, which is published by GT Putnam's Sons, removes a photograph of Walters which features in the original autobiography and takes out his name completely in an account of a night with the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde.

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