Everyday Is Like Sunday - Morrissey - Education In Reverse (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. THE BEST OF MORRISSEY includes two key tracks from Viva Hate: “Everyday Is Like Sunday” and “Suedehead.” The singer followed his debut with a series of non-album singles that were eventually collected on Bona Drag () along with several B-sides. The collection was certified gold in the U.S. and reached the Top 10 in the U.K. THE BEST.
  2. The working title for this album was "Education In Reverse" and was changed to "Viva Hate" at the last minute. Australia wasn't told and the album was released as "Education In Reverse". However, according to Morrissey's autobiography the label actually refused to use the correct title "Viva Hate"/5(7).
  3. Part Two of Two. UK seven inch vinyl pressing of this reissued single from the British Pop icon, released to coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the Bona Drag collection. Features two versions of 'Everyday Is Like Sunday': the original studio version plus a previously unreleased live version recorded at the Hollywood Bowl on June 8th, /5(6).
  4. Viva Hate is kind of odd because although it's Morrissey's debut album, it was preceded by the far superior Bona Drag compilation, and shares many of the same tracks. These include "Hairdresser On Fire", "Everyday Is Like Sunday" & "Suedehead". The quality of tracks that were chosen (aside from these) is rather questionable.
  5. Jul 07,  · Education In Reverse Aus LP Everyday Is Like Sunday UK 12” Everyday Is Like Sunday UK 7” Everyday Is Like Sunday UK CD Everyday Is Like Sunday US 12” Everyday Is Like Sunday US 7” Everyday Is Like Sunday US CD promo Everyday Is Like Sunday US CS Glamorous Glue US CD promo Hold On To Your Friends UK 12” Hold On To Your Friends UK 7”.
  6. Viva Hate, an Album by Morrissey. Released in on Sire (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jangle Pop.
  7. Make offer - Morrissey Everyday Is Like Sunday/suedhead/november Spawned A Monster 7 Vinyl X3 Morrissey ‎– Suedehead 12" Vinyl LP RARE 1st Pressing 12POP A-1U *NM* £
  8. Aug 19, · EMI Australia didn't like the title "Viva Hate", and so the album was first released there and in New Zealand as "Education in Reverse", after one of the runout groove etchings. Until Morrissey's autobiography came out, it was erroneously believed that it was a working title for the album and was released in Australia under that name.

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