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Article: Everyday Is Like Sunday
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(Changed where the 10,000 Maniacs version was originally from. This bio listed a bootleg.)
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The lyrics are inspired by [[Nevil Shute]]'s novel ''[[On the Beach (novel)|On the Beach]]'', about a group of people waiting for nuclear devastation in Melbourne, a beachside city in Australia.{{Citation needed|date=October 2012}} Also, according to Morrissey, the song was originally inspired after visiting the Welsh sea-side resort of [[Borth]].<ref>http://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2011/may/30/adam-ant-british-seaside-gigs</ref>
 
The lyrics are inspired by [[Nevil Shute]]'s novel ''[[On the Beach (novel)|On the Beach]]'', about a group of people waiting for nuclear devastation in Melbourne, a beachside city in Australia.{{Citation needed|date=October 2012}} Also, according to Morrissey, the song was originally inspired after visiting the Welsh sea-side resort of [[Borth]].<ref>http://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2011/may/30/adam-ant-british-seaside-gigs</ref>
   
The track has been covered by a number of other bands, including [[The Pretenders]] (on the Original Motion Picture soundtrack ''[[Boys on the Side]]''), by [[10,000 Maniacs]] (on their ''Precious Rarities'' LP), the [[Armageddon Dildos]] (on their "Come Armageddon" maxi-single), Estonian 1990s pop group Mr. Lawrence and [[Mikel Erentxun]] (on his album ''Acrobatas''). [[Colin Meloy]] of [[The Decemberists]] also covers the track on his solo album ''[[Colin Meloy Sings Morrissey]]''. [[Dave Couse]] (former lead singer of [[A House]]) has performed this live with his later band The Impossible and alternative rock band Fate or Trouble who released the song as their debut single. A mostly instrumental version (containing only the title lyric) was used in NFL Network's "When all you want is football" television ad campaign.
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The track has been covered by a number of other bands, including [[The Pretenders]] (on the Original Motion Picture soundtrack ''[[Boys on the Side]]''), by [[10,000 Maniacs]] (as a b-side to their single "[[Candy Everybody Wants"]]), the [[Armageddon Dildos]] (on their "Come Armageddon" maxi-single), Estonian 1990s pop group Mr. Lawrence and [[Mikel Erentxun]] (on his album ''Acrobatas''). [[Colin Meloy]] of [[The Decemberists]] also covers the track on his solo album ''[[Colin Meloy Sings Morrissey]]''. [[Dave Couse]] (former lead singer of [[A House]]) has performed this live with his later band The Impossible and alternative rock band Fate or Trouble who released the song as their debut single. A mostly instrumental version (containing only the title lyric) was used in NFL Network's "When all you want is football" television ad campaign.
   
 
The single was re-issued on 27 September 2010, on CD and two 7"s, 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 coincides with the 20th anniversary re-issue of his 1990 compilation, ''[[Bona Drag]]''.<ref>http://www.slicingupeyeballs.com/2010/08/08/morrissey-everyday-is-like-sunday-november-the-second-bona-drag-reissue/</ref>
 
The single was re-issued on 27 September 2010, on CD and two 7"s, 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 coincides with the 20th anniversary re-issue of his 1990 compilation, ''[[Bona Drag]]''.<ref>http://www.slicingupeyeballs.com/2010/08/08/morrissey-everyday-is-like-sunday-november-the-second-bona-drag-reissue/</ref>
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 12:01:29 PM
Status: Reported
Tuesday, the 6th of May 2014 at 07:43:42 AM #94415
Anonymous (anonymous)

"Precious Rarities" is a bootleg. The song appeared as a b-side to the single "Candy Everybody Wants" before it appeared on any bootleg.

Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 12:01:30 PM #101533
Bradley (anonymous)

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