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Regarding the [[Mention::Liberty Records]] label [[Mention::Viva Hate]] reissue & the Record Store Day release of the [[Mention::Suedehead]] (Mael Mix) single.
File:Viva hate lp front sleeve 1.jpg
File:Viva hate lp back sleeve 1.jpg
Remastered by Stephen Street<br>
Release date: 26th March 2012
Record Store Day Single:
'Suedehead (Mael Mix)'<br>
Remixed by Ron & Russell Mael<br>
Release date: 23rd April 2012
EMI are pleased to announce the release through the classic Liberty label of a remastered version of Morrissey's debut album Viva Hate, and limited edition Record Store Day Ron & Russell Mael remix of his debut single 'Suedehead (Mael Mix)'.
Upon its release in 1988, Viva Hate announced to the world Morrissey's debut as a solo artist with an outstanding collection of songs which included the singles 'Suedehead' and 'Everyday Is Like Sunday'. The album charted at no. 1, having a chart stay of 20 weeks between March and August 1988, vindicating Morrissey in the face of those who doubted his ability to transcend The Smiths.
The album has now been remastered by original producer Stephen Street and the artwork - whose photo was changed for an EMI centenary edition in 1997 - has had the original photo restored. In addition, it features 'Treat Me Like A Human Being', which replaces 'The Ordinary Boys', and a written introduction from Morrissey's long-time confidant Chrissie Hynde.
Previously unseen, stunning photos from Jake Walters and [[Mention::Kevin Cummins]] adorn the sleeves and booklet. The album will be available on CD and vinyl. The LP version will be a 180g heavyweight, gatefold vinyl, housed in a wide-spine sleeve with a pull-out poster. The CD will be housed in a gatefold, card sleeve.
Following the album's release, on April 23rd EMI will release a limited edition 10-inch picture disc (Kevin Cummins' photo) of 'Suedehead (Mael Mix)', a remix of the song by Ron & Russell Mael, who have taken the track and given it their distinctive, inimitable touch: the perfect alliance between two artists who have great admiration for each other. The single will be b/w two previously unreleased BBC live tracks: 'We'll Let You Know' and 'Now My Heart Is Full', recorded at London's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in February 1995.
Viva Hate LP front sleeve artwork
Viva Hate LP back sleeve artwork
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