Johnny Marr has taken to Twitter to slam online touts after his Record Store Day 2015 cover of Depeche Mode's 'I Feel You' appeared on eBay for an inflated price.
Johnny Marr has slammed online touts.
The former The Smiths star took to his Twitter account to criticise ''eBay t**sers'' after his Record Store Day 2015 cover of Depeche Mode's 'I Feel You' appeared on the web market place for an inflated price.
He wrote yesterday (21.04.15): ''I'll try to do an extra run of I Feel You 7'' singles so those who wanted it but didn't get it don't get ripped by the EBay t**sers. J.(sic)''
He had previously warned fans of Record Store Day - which celebrates the culture of independently owned music shops - not to buy the track for an inflated price, claiming it wasn't ''in the spirit of RSD''.
He said on April 18: ''Do not pay inflated prices for I Feel You on eBay. It's a rip off & not in the spirit of RSD. Johnny #screwthetouts''.
Meanwhile, the 51-year-old guitarist recently admitted he has managed to ''surprise himself'' with his cover of the Depeche Mode hit, which he has also adopted into his live set.
He said: ''I've surprised myself that it sounded so like me and my band. When you cover a song you have to bring something of yourself to it. I was playing it on tour, just in my dressing room, and it sounded good, and then I started to sing it and we worked it up in a soundcheck and played it immediately in the encore that night.''
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