Six months after the end of The Smiths, Morrissey drops his first solo album : ‘Viva Hate’ (1988)

Morrissey ‘s ‘Viva Hate’ is his debut solo studio album produced by Stephen Street and released on March 14, 1988 by HMV

Track Listing : 1.Alsatian Cousin (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:13 . 2.Little Man, What Now? (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 01:48 . 3.Everyday Is Like Sunday (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:32 . 4.Bengali In Platforms (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:55 . 5.Angel, Angel Down We Go Together (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 01:40 . 6.Late Night, Maudlin Street (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 07:40 . 7.Suedehead (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:56 . 8.Break Up The Family (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:55 . 9.The Ordinary Boys (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:10 . 10.I Don’T Mind If You Forget Me (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:17 . 11.Dial-A-Cliché (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 02:28 . 12.Margaret On The Guillotine (Morrissey, Stephen Street) – 03:42

Musicians : Morrissey – Vocals . Stephen Street – Bass Guitar, Guitar . Vini Reilly – Guitars, Keyboards . Andrew Paresi – Drums . Richard Koster – Violin . Fenella Barton – Violin . Rachel Maguire – Cello . Mark Davies – Cello . Robert Woolhard – Cello . John Metcalf – Viola

Production : Produced By Stephen Street .

Package : Morrissey – Sleeve Art . Anton Corbijn – Photography . Linder Sterling – Photography . Eamon Macabe – Photography . Jo Slee – Art Coordinator

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