Morissey's 'World Peace Is None of Your Business' to See A Re-release

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Morissey, the lead singer of the legendary band The Smiths will be re-releasing his 2014 album World Peace Is None of Your Business in time for his upcoming world tour.

"Harvest Records originally released the LP in July 2014, but after a drawn-out back-and-forth between label and artist, it was removed from digital and streaming platforms," according to Pitchfork.

Along with the re-release of World Peace Is None of Your Business, it was also revealed that PETA in conjunction with Morissey's message to end the killing of animals for meat, released a new game titled, "The Beautiful Creature Must Die." In the game, players are tasked with saving animals from their demise.

"Thirty years ago, the Smiths sang, 'the flesh you so fancifully fry is not succulent, tasty, or kind--it's death for no reason, and death for no reason is murder.' Help stop the murder by pledging to go vegan," read a message that accompanied the game, according to a Billboard report.

You can play The Beautiful Creature Must Die game below and look out for the re-release of Morissey's World Peace Is None of Your Business.

The Beautiful Creature Must Die Game