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By Tim Sandle     Apr 21, 2014 in Entertainment
Singer-songwriter Morrissey has announced the title and track listing of his first album in five years. The disc is to be titled "World Peace Is None Of Your Business."
Following the release of his successful autobiography as a Penguin classic last year, Morrissey has announced details about his new album. Earlier this year, the Digital Journal reported that the former Smiths singer Morrissey had signed a deal to release two new albums. This came five years since his most recent record.
Morrissey has released the track list for his upcoming album World Peace Is None of Your Business. The LP, produced by Joe Chiccarelli (the White Stripes, Beck), features 12 tracks with song titles like "I'm Not A Man," "Earth Is The Loneliest Planet" and "Kick The Bride Down the Aisle."
'World Peace Is None of Your Business' is due in July. The full track list, according to the website True To You, is:
1. "World Peace Is None Of Your Business" 2. "Neal Cassady Drops Dead" 3. "Istanbul" 4. "I'm Not A Man" 5. "Earth Is The Loneliest Planet" 6. "Staircase At The University" 7. "The Bullfighter Dies" 8. "Kiss Me A Lot" 9. "Smiler With A Knife: 10. "Kick The Bride Down The Aisle" 11. "Mountjoy" 12. "Oboe Concerto"
The album will be released on the U.S.-based label Harvest (part of the Universal group).
Aside from music, and writing, Morrissey is perhaps best known as a staunch campaigner for animal rights. Morrissey made the headlines in mid-April 2014 coming out against seal hunting in Canada. According to Pitchfork, the singer said: "Canada is a beautiful country, and the people of Canada are good people. But good people are often ineffectual. Internationally, Canada's sorry image is due entirely to its seal slaughter - which is greedy and barbaric, and it is dismaying to witness such ignorance in 2014."
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