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Music video by Morrissey performing Everyday Is Like Sunday
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Everyday Is Like Sunday" is the third track of Morrissey's debut solo album, Viva Hate, and the second single to be released by the artist. While the lyrics were written by Morrissey, the song's composer was Stephen Street. It made number nine in the UK Singles Chart and remains one of his best-known songs. Everyday Is Like Sunday", as well as the single's B-sides "Disappointed" and "Will Never Marry", feature on the compilation album Bona Drag.
Everyday is Like Sunday was released as the second single off of Viva Hate and follows Morrissey’s disgust with a particular out-of-season beach town. Everyday Is Like Sunday" Track Info. Written By Stephen Street & Morrissey. Keyboards Vini Reilly.
Everyday is like Sunday is a song by English singer and songwriter Morrissey. In the song, Morrissey compares his whole life in a boring coastal town to the dullness and emptiness that Sundays bring him. He describes Sundays with the words gray and silent . The song was the third track from Morrissey’s debut solo studio album Viva Hate, which came out in 1988. The lyrics of the song were written by Morrissey, whereas the song’s melody (music) was written by producer Stephen Street. Stephen Street produced the track.
The melody for "Everyday Is Like Sunday" came from Stephen Street, who produced the track. Street sent the track to The Smiths, and when the band broke up, Morrissey recruited him to produce his album. The Pretenders covered this song for the soundtrack of the 1995 movie Boys on the Side. Another popular cover is by Colin Meloy of The Decemberists, who released his version on the 2005 tribute album, Colin Meloy Sings Morrissey. More songs from Morrissey. More songs with days of the week in the title.
Everyday Is Like Sunday is found on the album Singles 13-CD Box. Found on more albums: Hulmerist Viva Hate The CD Singles, Vol. 1: 1988-1991 Suedehead (Best Of) Everyday Is Like Sunday The Best of Morrissey Greatest Hits Greatest Hits London 1991 Bona Drag. Morrissey – Everyday Is Like Sunday.
Morrissey 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Originally released in 1988, remastered for the "Best Of" album in 2010. 랙 목록.
A live album, Beethoven Was Deaf, followed in 1993. In 1994, Morrissey released Vauxhall and I, which contained "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get", his biggest hit in the United States, where it peaked at Later that year, Morrissey also recorded a one-off project with Siouxsie of Siouxsie and the Banshees: they sang in duet on the single Interlude. Morrissey is now signed to Decca Records. Later in the year, Morrissey released the B-sides collection Swords. 2009 also saw the re-releases of Maladjusted and Southpaw Grammar, two of his most critically maligned albums.
|A||Everyday Is Like Sunday|
|B1||Sister I Am A Poet|
|B3||Will Never Marry|
- Producer – Stephen Street
- Written-By – Morrissey, Stephen Street
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- Other (Depósito Legal): M-20350-88
|12POP 1619||Morrissey||Everyday Is Like Sunday (12", Single)||His Master's Voice||12POP 1619||UK||1988|
|EMI 73-x-371, pop 1619||Morrissey||Everyday Is Like Sunday (7", Single)||EMI, EMI||EMI 73-x-371, pop 1619||Philippines||1988|
|0-20986||Morrissey||Everyday Is Like Sunday (12")||Sire, Reprise Records||0-20986||US||1988|
|92 78377||Morrissey||Everyday Is Like Sunday (7", Single)||Sire, Reprise Records||92 78377||Canada||1988|
|CDPOP 1619, 20 2605 2||Morrissey||Everyday Is Like Sunday (CD, Single)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||CDPOP 1619, 20 2605 2||UK||1988|