Morrissey ‎– Viva Hate

Label:
His Master's Voice ‎– 7901801
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Vinyl, LP, Album, DMM
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Tracklisting

A1 Alsatian Cousin 3:12
A2 Little Man, What Now? 1:48
A3 Everyday Is Like Sunday 3:34
A4 Bengali In Platforms 3:53
A5 Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together 1:38
A6 Late Night, Maudlin Street 7:40
B1 Suedehead 3:56
B2 Break Up The Family 3:53
B3 The Ordinary Boys 3:09
B4 I Don't Mind If You Forget Me 3:16
B5 Dial-A-Cliché 2:15
B6 Margaret On The Guillotine 3:53

Sociétés, etc.

Crédits

Notes

ISSUED WITH INNER SLEEVE ONE SIDE SAME PICTURE AS LP WITH CREDITS / OTHER PRINTED LYRICS

Code barre et autres identifiants

  • Barcode: 077779018017
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE1): 790180 1 A 21 M9 358771 2
  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE2): 790180 D B 21 M9 358772 2

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
CSD 3787 Morrissey Viva Hate(LP, Album) His Master's Voice CSD 3787 UK 1988 Vendre cette version
262-7901804 Morrissey Viva Hate(Cass, Album) EMI 262-7901804 Greece 1988 Vendre cette version
64 7901804 Morrissey Viva Hate(Cass, Album) His Master's Voice 64 7901804 Italy 1988 Vendre cette version
590 7 901801 Morrissey Viva Hate(LP, Album) His Master's Voice, Hispavox 590 7 901801 Spain 1988 Vendre cette version
8563252 Morrissey Viva Hate(CD, Album, RE) EMI 8563252 Brazil 1999 Vendre cette version

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Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

15 décembre 2005
edité over 11 years ago

Anyone not grading this album 6 out of 5 is not worthy of this album. If you're not a fan of Morrissey, you will never be a friend of mine.

Statements like these delivered without a hint of irony - and off course I concur a 100 pct to any and all of these ;o) - are heard throughout the indie community when the topic is Morrissey. And nothing in his career as a solo artist matches Viva Hate in terms of weltschmerz.

Track 3 "Everyday is like Sunday" tells the story of a grown up visiting his hometown, when seing a beach bench from his childhood he is reminded how he once had his clothes stolen from it. If you get the depths of this you get Mozzer's world! The many, unexpected shapes humiliation comes in, how you singlehanded must face up to a cruel world always out to put you down, and how the simplest things in life can convey the most distinct feelings. And the way these lines are delivered?! The song still sends shivers down my spine and I must have heard this album more times than a thousand times.

Musically and lyricwise this album is a true pop-pearl and way, way, way, above anything else. Need I pick one album with me to a desert island, I'd pick this. Boy, it would be a melancholic journey, but in such style ...

Just get it, okay?!

Morissey was never better than this.