|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Moments In Love||4||Audio||1985|
|2||Moments In Love||2||Audio||1985||Island Records|
|3||Moments In Love||2||Audio||1986-02-00||Island Records|
Paul Morley wrote for the [i]NME[/i] from 1977 to 1983 when the magazine was at its most successful and notorious. An influential collection of his journalism from this period, Ask, was published in 1987 by Faber and Faber. He wrote for the first few issues of [i]The Face[/i], was a regular contributor to [i]Blitz[/i], and was one of the first presenters of BBCs "The Late Show".
In 1983 he formed [l=ZTT] with [a=Trevor Horn] and Jill Sinclair. Morley was a founder member of the [a=Art Of Noise, The] and was instrumental in the success of [a=Frankie Goes To Hollywood]. He dreamt up the 'Frankie Say...' t-shirts, as worn over the years by everyone from Jennifer Aniston to Homer Simpson. He was married to [a=Claudia Brücken], although they have since separated.
He currently writes for [i]Esquire[/i], [i]The Observer[/i] and [i]The Sunday Telegraph[/i] and contributes to numerous TV and radio programmes, including the "Top Ten" series on Channel 4 and BBC's "Newsnight Review".
His memoir [i]Nothing[/i] was published to great acclaim by Faber in 2000. His 2003 book [i]Words & Music[/i] has been described in [i]The Guardian[/i] as 'the best book about pop I had ever read' and 'the weirdest book about pop I had ever read'.
In 2004 Morley and [a=James Banbury] formed a new label, [l=ServiceAV].