Morrissey ought to shelve “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now” for the foreseeable future.
The British singer is on a hot streak. His headline-grabbing memoir is officially a record-breaker in his homeland, and one of his recordings with the Smiths has been named the best album in history.
Morrissey’s “Autobiography” has become the U.K.’s fastest-selling memoir by a musician since official sales records began. The £8.99 ($14.50) paperback publication bowed at No. 1 on the Official U.K. Top 50 after selling 34,918 copies, according to The Bookseller.