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Viva Hate is the debut solo studio album by English singer Morrissey. Although credited to Morrissey and producer Stephen Streetthe Durutti Column 's guitarist Vini Reillywho had been drafted into the sessions by Street, later claimed every song on the album except "Suedehead" had been composed by Morrissey and Reilly. The album was recorded between October and December The track "Margaret on the Guillotine", which described the death of then-prime minister Margaret Thatcher as a "wonderful dream", led to Morrissey briefly being questioned by the Special Branch.
The American release included the track "Hairdresser on Fire", which had been released in the UK as a B-side to " Suedehead ", as track 9. This same track was released on a 7" single that was sold with the album in Japan. InEMIin celebration of their th anniversary, released a remastered special edition of this album in the UK. It features different cover art and a different booklet it has a photograph of a billboard for Beethoven Was Deaf and drops the lyrics as well as eight bonus tracks — only one of which was contemporaneous with the album.
A newly remastered, special edition of Viva Hatesupervised by Stephen Street, was released on 2 April This edition controversially omits, along with the name of Vini Reilly, one of the original album's tracks, "The Ordinary Boys", and includes the session outtake "Treat Me Like a Human Being".
Also, the extended fadeout of "Late Night, Maudlin Street" has been changed. Stephen Street has said that he felt these changes were a mistake but that the track selection was changed at Morrissey's insistence.
Additionally, the typeface font on the front cover had been changed. Viva Hate was generally Everyday Is Like Sunday - Morrissey - Viva Hate received Everyday Is Like Sunday - Morrissey - Viva Hate critics. Rolling Stone called the album "a tight, fairly disciplined affair", in comparison of its sound to that of The Smiths.
Viva Hate was listed by Q as one of the top 50 albums of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Morrissey album. For the band, see Viva Hate band. Retrieved 28 July Retrieved 22 January Reilly felt sad about it and would have wished a better Everyday Is Like Sunday - Morrissey - Viva Hate . He nevertheless expressed no regret and recognized Morissey as a gifted artist and Street as a skilled technician; he admitted that it was his mistake to have accepted such an agreement in the first place.
From his side, Street denied all of this. Tony Wilson 's version would confirm Reilly's and reported also money-related issues, The Rationals - Hold On Baby / Sing makes this case even more unacceptable for him See an interview of Tony Wilson with Prism Films: Prism Archives "The Smiths and Morrissey: Tony Wilson 05 of 6 ".
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