"Bona Drag" [20th Anniversary redesigned edition]
4 October 2010


Piccadilly Palare (full length version)
Interesting Drug (edit)
November Spawned A Monster
Will Never Marry (edit)
Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Ouija Board, Ouija Board (edit)
Hairdresser On Fire
Everyday Is Like Sunday
He Knows I'd Love To See Him
Yes, I'm Blind
Lucky Lisp
Suedehead (without intro)
Happy Lovers At Last United
Lifeguard On Duty
Please Help The Cause Against Loneliness (demo)
Oh Phoney
The Bed Took Fire
Let The Right One Slip In (alternate long mix)

UK CD [Major Minor CDSMLP70]
UK 2-LP [Major Minor SMLP70]
Mexico CD [Major Minor CDSMLP70]
Mexico CD [Major Minor/EMI 5099970595529 (jewel case, standard artwork)]
Taiwan CD [EMI/Gold Typhoon 50999 908003 20]


Additional information:
This is the 20th Anniversary edition of the album, remastered and featuring 6 bonus tracks. "The Bed Took Fire" is an early version of "At Amber". "Piccadilly Palare" has been replaced by a previously unreleased full length version, while "Ouija Board, Ouija Board" was slightly edited down.

The LP comes with a bonus poster (view left).

Information about the original edition is found here.


Artwork information:
Directing the artwork for the reissue, Morrissey has chosen to return the cover art - taken from the "November Spawned A Monster" video directed by Tim Broad - back to its natural colour, so his shirt is black. In addition, he has also decided to update the back and inner artwork with a selection of favourite, hand-picked and rarely-seen photos by Linder Sterling and Margaret Sison. The Juergen Teller credit for cover photo is erroneous.

Different takes of Morrissey reclining on a Zodiac appear on the LP poster and the back of the cd. These were taken by Renaud Monfourny (view left).


Additional release date information:
UK/Europe: 4 October 2010
Germany 1 October 2010


Chart peak information:
UK: 67

UK: Advance copies of the album were distributed inside a simple black and white card sleeve with title and logo (view left). This included a press release detailing the contents (no catalogue number). A promo cd in card sleeve featuring on the front the album's artwork without the name and title, and on the back more or less the stock artwork (Major Minor CDSMLPDJ 70) was produced to serve more general promotional purposes. The album was also promoted via a one-track promo cd of "Everyday Is Like Sunday" (see single's promotion section for more information).