» » Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare

Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare álbum

  • Artista: Morrissey
  • Título: Piccadilly Palare
  • Género: Rock
  • País: UK
  • Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 7", Promo
  • Liberado: 1990
  • Estilo: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • Etiqueta: His Master's Voice
  • Catálogo#: POPDJ 1624
  • MP3 álbum: 1480 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 2537 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.5/5
  • Votos: 809
Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare álbum

Lista de canciones

1Get Off The Stage3:05
2Piccadilly Palare3:27


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
12POP 1624, 20 4054 6Morrissey Piccadilly Palare ‎(12", Single)His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice12POP 1624, 20 4054 6UK1990
060 20 4054 6, 060-20 4054 6Morrissey Piccadilly Palare ‎(12", Maxi)His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice060 20 4054 6, 060-20 4054 6Europe1990
TCPOP 1624Morrissey Piccadilly Palare ‎(Cass, Single)His Master's VoiceTCPOP 1624UK1990
EMI 2231Morrissey Interesting Drug ‎(7", Single, Com)EMIEMI 2231Australia1989
2040547Morrissey Piccadilly Palare ‎(7", Single)EMI France2040547France1990


  • ProducerClive Langer & Alan Winstanley



Piccadilly Palare was a single released by Morrissey in October 1990. The song features one of Morrissey's former colleagues from The Smiths, Andy Rourke, marking the last time any former member of The Smiths would collaborate with Morrissey. As with November Spawned a Monster, Morrissey chose to write about a subject unusual in pop music, namely male prostitution around the Piccadilly area of London. The title of the song refers to the cant slang language polari, first used by male prostitutes in. Album Bona Drag. Piccadilly Palare Lyrics. Off the rails I was and Off the rails I was happy to stay Get out of my way On the rack I was Easy meat, and a reasonably good buy A reasonably good buy. The Piccadilly Palare Was just silly slang Between me and the boys in my gang So bona to vada, oh you Your lovely eek and Your lovely riah. We plied an ancient trade Where we threw all life's Instructions away Exchanging lies and digs my way 'Cause in a belted coat Oh, I secretly knew That I hadn't a clue. Like many of the other guest appearances on his singles, though, Morrissey takes the lead so much you can barely hear the other. The song itself is another glam-touched chugger, its emotional heft provided by the wounded, bitter lyrics. Palare is homosexual slang and Piccadilly Circus is a noted cruising area, and his sometimes blunt lyrics written from the point of view of a male prostitute cut to the quick. MORRISSEY - Piccadilly Palare Outtake With Extra Verse. Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare Music Video - Продолжительность: 3:49 scamparoo. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Greatest Hits Full Album - Продолжительность: 1. Despite reaching a disappointing number 18 on the British singles chart, Piccadilly Palare was a generally well received single, and the last release before Morrissey began a writing partnership with Mark Nevin. It also features one of Morrissey's former colleagues from The Smiths, Andy Rourke. The title of the son read more. Piccadilly Palare. Thread starter pagnani32. Start date Feb 9, 2007. The Piccadilly Palare was slang used in the gay London of the 60s. Several words are used in this song : bona - good drag - clothes vada - see, look at eek - face riah - hair. here's more: mozlyricsbonadrag. Songs in album Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare 1990. Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare. Morrissey - At Amber. Morrissey - Get Off The Stage. Piccadilly Palare is a track by Morrissey from the album Bona Drag released in 1990. This track is rated in the top 3 of all tracks on . MORRISSEY - Piccadilly Palare - Ex Con 7 Single His Master's Voice POP 1624 Condition: Used. Time left: 19h 3m 35s Ships to: Worldwide. 1990 2 songs. 1 At Amber. 2 Piccadilly Palare. More albums from Morrissey. California Son. This song is by Morrissey and appears on the album Bona Drag 1990 and on the compilation album Suedehead - The Best of Morrissey 1997. Off the rails I was andOff the railsI was happy to stayGet out of my wayOn the rack I wasEasy meat, and a reasonably good buyA reasonably good buy. The Piccadilly palareWas just silly slangBetween me and the boys in my gangSo Bona to Vada. OH YOUYour lovely eek andYour lovely riah

Reseñas del Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare (1):
Again the labels and sleeve are flawless and excellent
shame what's in the grooves isn't he is not "Indie" and he can't sing

Relacionado con Morrissey - Piccadilly Palare: