Morrissey releases his first solo album : ‘Viva Hate’ six months after the end of The Smiths (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


Anton Corbijn

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


Linder Sterling

Production : Produced By Stephen Street .

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

Video Director(s) : Tim Broad for “Suedehead”

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Morrissey’s ‘Viva Hate’ on RVM [Radio.Video.Music]

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