Morrissey's 'Vauxhall And I' to be reissued

1994 album will be released on June 2 and was remastered by Bill Inglot

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Morrissey's 1994 album 'Vauxhall And I' will be reissued later this year.

'Vauxhall And I' was Morrissey's fourth solo album and celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Morrissey fansite True To You states that the album will be reissued on June 2 and has been remastered by Bill Inglot in Los Angeles. The 1994 album will include previously unused photographs, and will be available on CD and LP.

Morrissey is also expected to release new album 'World Peace Is None of Your Business' in "late June/early July" via Harvest Records through Capitol. The former frontman of The Smiths has recorded 12 tracks for the album with producer Joe Chiccarelli (The Strokes, The Killers) in France.

The singer, who released his autobiography in October 2013, has signed a new, worldwide record deal with Universal Music's US-based Harvest Records for the release of his 10th studio album.

As reported on last month (February 13), Morrissey has announced two major US arena shows with very unusual support acts: veteran performers Sir Tom Jones and Sir Cliff Richard. In a statement, Morrissey said he was "honoured and thrilled" to have Jones and Richard on the bills.

Morrissey will play:

Los Angeles Sports Arena (May 10)
Brooklyn Barclays Center (June 21)

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