1. In 2013, Morrissey released an autobiography, which was called, simply, Autobiography.
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7. In January 2006, Morrissey attracted criticism when he stated that he accepts the motives behind the militant tactics of the Animal Rights Militia, saying "I understand why fur-farmers and so-called laboratory scientists are repaid with violence—it is because they deal in violence themselves and it's the only language they understand".
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12. The young Morrissey was a keen fan of the television soap opera Coronation Street, which focused around working-class communities in Manchester; he sent proposed scripts and storylines to the show's production company, Granada Television, although all were rejected.
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14. In 2006, Morrissey was voted the second greatest living British icon in a poll held by the BBC's Culture Show.
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18. As of a 2015 interview with Larry King, Morrissey is a vegan.
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19. In November 2017, Morrissey announced his first UK tour since 2015.
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21. In 2002, Morrissey returned with a world tour, culminating in two sold-out nights at the Royal Albert Hall, during which he played as-yet unreleased songs.
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24. In the autumn of 1994, Morrissey recorded five songs at South London's Olympic Studios.
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26. In August 1978, Morrissey was briefly introduced to the 14-year old Johnny Marr by mutual acquaintances at a Patti Smith gig held at Manchester's Apollo Theatre.
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