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Viva Hate (Remastered)

Morrissey

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Customer Reviews

I LOVE MORRISSEY

I have the original one, but this remastered sound amazing! For a true fan it's a must!

A Bunch of Questionable Alterations

The original release of this album had ‘Ordinary Boys’ and ‘Hairdresser on Fire’. Both of these songs are missing and seemingly replaced with ‘Treat Me Like A Human Being’. That’s not a Remaster, but, rather a remake of some sort. The original tracks are much better and preferred. Also, ‘Late Night, Maudlin Street’ is faded out earlier than the original release. Why? The album was short changed original music, not to mention the sub par quality of the mystery new track’Treat Me Like A Human Being’. I really enjoy Morrissey and I clicked “Purchase” before I looked over the song titles to an album that didn’t need to be changed and shouldn’t have been changed. The music is great, but, this is a case of iTunes failing hard…for no apparent reason.

One of my favs

I'd put this on my top 25 albums for sure

Biography

Born: May 22, 1959 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As the lead singer of the Smiths, arguably the most important indie band in Britain during the '80s, Morrissey's theatrical crooning and literate, poetic lyrics — filled with romantic angst, social alienation, and cutting wit — connected powerfully with a legion of similarly sensitive, disaffected youth. These fans turned the Smiths into stars in Britain, exerting tremendous pull over much of the country's guitar-based music for many years after their breakup, and even if the group remained...
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