Suedehead" is the debut solo single by English singer Morrissey, released in February 1988. The single charted higher than any of the singles released by his former band the Smiths, entering the UK Singles Chart at No. 6 and then peaking at No. 5 the week after. Suedehead" peaked at No. 2 in Ireland, No. 8 in New Zealand, and reached the Top 50 in Germany, the Netherlands, and Australia.
Suedehead: The Best of Morrissey is a compilation album by English singer Morrissey, released on 8 September 1997. It contains material released during Morrissey's EMI period. The album's material ranges from 1988's Viva Hate to his 1994's Vauxhall and I album, also containing his 1995 non-album singles "Boxers" and "Sunny"
Morrissey - Suedehead (03:55, 320Kb/s). Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday (03:34, 320Kb/s). Morrissey - Ouija Board Ouija Board (04:25, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Best Of Morrissey - Suedehead (1997).
Hold on to Your Friends. The Best Of Morrissey - Suedehead. Composers: Alain Whyte - Steven Morrissey.
The Very Best of Morrissey (Remastered). Viva Hate (Remastered). Vauxhall and I (20th Anniversary Definitive Master).
Suedehead is a song from British singer Morrissey’s debut solo album titled Viva Hate. Lyrically, Suedehead sees the narrator (Morrissey) talk about someone with whom he once had a romantic relationship. From the lyrics, despite the relationship coming to an end, the narrator’s lover (whose gender is unknown) still comes visiting and contacting the narrator even though they know doing such things makes things difficult for the narrator (who is clearly not interested in the relationship anymore).
Released September 8, 1997. Suedehead - The Best Of Morrissey Tracklist.