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Sulfur Dioxide (SO 2 ) [ppb] level in 2012 was . This is significantly better than average. Closest monitor was miles away from the city center.
This track has made its way to bootlegs before, and Moz saying “Life is long when you’re a bouncer” is significant. The bouncers were beating up on people on the floor. “I Know It’s Over” was also on that bootleg, and Morissey stops singing in the middle of it to say “Jesus Christ” and yell at the bouncers. I’m guessing we won’t see that track legally.
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In December 1982 the band recorded their second demo, this time at the Drone Studios in Chorlton-cum-Hardy ; the tracks recorded were "What Difference Does it Make?", "Handsome Devil", and "Miserable Lie".  This was used as their audition tape for the record company EMI , who turned the band down.  During the rest of that month, the band continued to practise, this time at the upstairs of the Portland Street Crazy Face Clothing company, a space secured for them by their new manager Joe Moss.  By Christmas they had created four new songs: "These Things Take Time", "What Do You See in Him?", "Jeane", and "A Matter of Opinion", the last of which they would soon scrap.  Their next gig was Manchester's Manhattan in late January 1983, and although Maker would again appear as a go-go dancer, this was the last time that he did so.  In early February they performed their third gig, at the city's Haçienda club. 
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