Morrissey recently kicked off his North American tour in somewhat controversial circumstances.
Taking to the stage wearing a sleeveless t-shirt reading 'FUCK THE GUARDIAN' images from the show swiftly went viral.
Alongside this, the singer unveiled a new merch range, involving signed copies of albums hand-picked by Morrissey himself.
So, fans can pick up vinyl copies of Lou Reed’s 'Transformer', say, or Patti Smith's seminal debut album 'Horses'.
The catch? It costs $300. Surprisingly, that's even pricier than signed copies of Morrissey's own album, which are available at $200 a snip.
Here's a photo.
I think the original post got deleted but here’s the picture. The absolute hubris of charging $300 for a Bowie record signed by Morrissey is breathtaking. pic.twitter.com/bruSpDRSFY— Robert Ham (@roberthamwriter) October 27, 2019
Morrissey's tour is ongoing - according to reports, it hasn't been selling well.
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