"This Is Not Your Country"
(Morrissey/Alain Whyte)


This song must have been written at some point in 1997. It is credited as having been "recorded in England 1997", produced by Danton Supple and remixed by Boz Boorer. Date of recording is likely to be July 1997. Additional information is needed regarding recording studio, etc. Musicians on this recording are Boz Boorer (guitars), Alain Whyte (guitars), Jonny Bridgwood (bass) and Spencer Cobrin (drums).

The song was originally going to be released on the "Roy's Keen" single, but plans were changed and it finally came out on its follow-up.


single version {7:24}
• 12" and cd-single of "Satan Rejected My Soul"
"Rare Tracks", a Japanese cd-EP
"Maladjusted" album, redesigned edition [remastered 2009]


This song has never been performed specifically for radio, television or the web.


This song has never been done live.


No demos or studio outtakes of this song have leaked to the general public at this point in time.



In the 2009 expanded and redesigned edition of the "Maladjusted" album, Morrissey said that this song is "...a ramble through the innoculation blotch of Ireland's North, now so changed, but then so seemingly unchangeable."