Sally saw Hall & Oates and Icehouse. We learn the sleazy origin of "Electric Boobs".
Since this recording, Graham Coxon already put together his video for "What'll It Take". See video madness below. It took 85 fans from 22 different countries and was pieced together by director Ninian Doff. Look for the new Graham Coxon album, A+E, which I think is out now.
Second part of the show is about Asteroid Galaxy Tour in Minneapolis. Most of the audience at the sold-out show was underage.
Finally the show ends with a comment about Viet Khang, this was recorded before my article. As far as I know, Viet Khang is still in jail for his song "Anh Là Ai?"
BONUS: Ting Tings are on tour. You can see the full tour listing here.
Morrissey's tenth studio album World Peace Is None of Your Business is out now via Harvest Records.
For the uninitiated, Morrissey started his career in music as the singer/lyricist of The Smiths. After the band broke up in 1987, Morrissey went on to a successful solo career with his debut Viva Hate, scoring hits like "Everyday Is Like Sunday" and "Suedehead."