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HMV attempting to “freeze sales” of ‘The Queen Is Dead’

  • Published on: Jun 18, 2017 - 4:25 AM
  • Source: NME

HMV attempting to “freeze sales” of ‘The Queen Is Dead’The 7" and 12" singles are very limited, say HMV MorrisseyMorrissey has accused HMV of trying to “freeze sales” of The Smiths’ recently reissued single ‘The Queen Is Dead’, which went on sale on Friday, June 16. Posting a picture of HMV stickers that state sales of the single are limited to one per customer, the Smiths frontman said the sticker was “not unlike a Smoking Will Seriously Damage Your Health warning” and called it an “overwhelming insult to The Smiths”. He added: “Over thirty years since their death, and the Smiths are still thought too radical for the slow rea …

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