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Everyday Is Like Sunday (single)

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MORRISSEY Single
Name Everyday Is Like Sunday
Release 30 May 1988
26 September 2010 (Reissue)
Length 3:33
Recorded Autumn-Winter 1987
Writer/composer Morrissey/Street
Producer Stephen Street
Art work Russell Young
Kevin Cummins (Reissue cover)
Renaud Monfourny (Reissue back)
Vinyl Etching NINETEEN EIGHTY HATE
CAN YOU SEE THE BLACK CLOUD? (Reissue)
Publisher HMV Records (UK)
Sire Records (US)
EMI Records (Reissue)
Format(s) 7" Vinyl, 12" Vinyl, CD
Chart position UK #9
UK #42 (Reissue)
Single chronology
Suedehead
Everyday Is Like Sunday
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Single reissue chronology
Something Is Squeezing My Skull
Everyday Is Like Sunday
Glamorous Glue

Track list

7" Vinyl

UK - [HMV POP1619]
US - [Sire/Reprise 9 27837-7]

  1. Everyday Is Like Sunday – 3:33 (Morrissey/Street)
  2. Disappointed – 3:04 (Morrissey/Street)

12" Vinyl

UK - [HMV 12POP1619]
US - [Sire/Reprise 9 20986-0]

  1. Everyday Is Like Sunday – 3:33
  2. Sister I'm A Poet – 2:24 (Morrissey/Street)
  3. Disappointed – 3:04
  4. Will Never Marry – 3:36 (Morrissey/Street)

CD

[HMV CDPOP1619]

CD (Reissue)

  1. Everyday Is Like Sunday – 3:33
  2. November The Second – 5:29 (Morrissey/Langer)
  3. Everyday Is Like Sunday (music video)
  4. Everyday Is Like Sunday (Top Of The Pops, 9 June 1988)

7" Vinyl (Reissue)

  1. Everyday Is Like Sunday – 3:33
  2. Trash (Live - 1 June 1991, Costa Mesa, CA) – 0:00 (Johansen/Sylvain)

7" Vinyl (Reissue)

  1. Everyday Is Like Sunday – 3:33
  2. Everyday Is Like Sunday (Live - 8 June 2007, Hollywood Bowl) – 0:00

Lyrics

Trudging slowly over wet sand Back to the bench where your clothes were stolen This is the coastal town That they forgot to close down Armageddon - come Armageddon Come Armageddon - come

Everyday is like Sunday Everyday is silent and grey

Hide on the promenade Etch a postcard "How I Dearly Wish I Was Not Here" In the seaside town That they forgot to bomb Come, come, come Nuclear bomb!

Everyday is like Sunday Everyday is silent and grey

Trudging back over pebbles and sand And a strange dust lands on your hands (And on your face) (On your face, on your face, on your face)

Everyday is like Sunday "Win yourself a cheap tray" Share some grease-tea with me Everyday is silent and grey

Sleeve Artwork

Music Video

Credits

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 591

Morrissey live history:

... further results


Appears On

Cover Versions


Discogs Information

Credits

  • Bass Guitar - Stephen Street
  • Cello - Rachel Maguire
  • Cello - Robert Woollard
  • Coordinator [Art Co-ordination By] - Jo Slee
  • Drums - Andrew Paresi
  • Engineer [Assistant] - Steve Williams (6)
  • Guitar, Piano - Vini Reilly
  • Lacquer Cut By - Tim Young
  • Layout - Caryn Gough
  • Other [Hair By] - Robert Stanley
  • Photography By [Pictures] - Blitz (31)
  • Photography By [Pictures] - Russell Young (3)
  • Producer - Stephen Street
  • Sleeve - Morrissey
  • Viola - Helen Kamminga
  • Viola - John Metcalfe
  • Violin - Katherine Shave
  • Violin - Louisa Fuller
  • Voice - Morrissey

Notes

From the LP “Viva Hate” CSD 3787 [printed on A-side label]

Comes with plain black, poly-lined inner sleeve.

Pictures © Russell Young / BLITZ

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Discogs information (additional release)

Notes

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Discogs information (additional release)

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Discogs information (additional release)

Notes

Includes flyer to promote the 20th Anniversary Edition of Bona Drag.

Track A recorded in 1988 and remastered at Digiprep, LA. Track B recorded live in 1991 at Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa in California. Previously unreleased.

"Everyday Is Like Sunday" Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd./EMI Music Publishing Ltd. "Trash" Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd.

A: Digital Remaster ℗ 2010 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. B: ℗ 2010 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. Digital Remaster ℗ 2010 The copyright in this compilation is owned by EMI Records Ltd. © 2010 EMI Records Ltd. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection © 2010 EMI Records Ltd. All rights reserved. Made in the EU. Track durations not listed on the record.

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Wikipedia Information

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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 lyric was written by Morrissey, the song's composer was Stephen Street. The lyric is reportedly inspired by Nevil Shute's novel On the Beach, about a group of people waiting for nuclear devastation in Melbourne, Australia. It reached number nine on 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. The track has been covered by a number of other bands, it has also inspired the cult Canadian film Everyday Is Like Sunday. On 27 September 2010, the single was re-issued on CD and two 7-inch formats, including the unreleased "November the Second", an alternative mix of "November Spawned a Monster". This re-issue debuted at number 42 on the UK singles chart. It coincided with the 20th-anniversary re-issue of his 1990 compilation Bona Drag.

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