8 September 1992


Tomorrow (remixed by Steve Peck)
Let The Right One Slip In

USA CSS [Sire/Reprise 9 18789-4]


Tomorrow (remixed by Steve Peck)
Let The Right One Slip In
There Speaks A True Friend

USA 12" [Sire/Reprise 9 40580-0]


Tomorrow (remixed by Steve Peck)
Let The Right One Slip In
Pashernate Love

USA CD5 [Sire/Reprise 9 40580-2]


Additional information:
The USA 12" is pressed on purple vinyl.


Artwork information:
Morrissey and Gary Day by the pool at the Sunset Marquis hotel in West Hollywood, photographed by Linder Sterling. The photo on the back of the single (view left) was taken by Jurgen Vollmer, from the book "Rockers".


Etchings on vinyl:


Chart peak information:
USA: (did not chart, but reached #1 on the Modern Rock Chart)


This single was mainly promoted via gold-stamped copies of the 12" and more limitedly through an extremely rare specially pressed one-track cd of the album version of "Tomorrow" (Sire/Reprise, PRO-CD-5649, no front/back artwork to display). An earlier promo cd (Sire/Reprise, PRO-CD-5637) featuring two versions of the song had been distributed to radio earlier to promote the release of the "Your Arsenal" album (discussed on the latter album's page). A one-track promotional video (D57161) of the title track was also distributed by Warner to promote "Your Arsenal". The latter video was also distributed on two different various artists promo video compilations from Warner: a 4-track one numbered #312 (D57703; mainly to promote "Your Arsenal") and a 12-track one numbered #192 (D59628; also includes footage of instore appearance). The "Tomorrow" video was also included on issue 114A of the Telegenics various artists promo series, the September 1992 issue of the Rockamerica promo series as well as on an issue of the ETV various artists promo videos series.



Needless to say, [US record label Reprise] didn't make Tomorrow a hit. It emerges in a sleeve on which I languish by a swimming pool reading Variety magazine. In the background is bassist Gary Day, whom I most certainly have nothing agaisnt, but I ask that he be chopped off because he looks like a prop. I am told that no one knows how to take him out of the proofs (this is, after all, 1066), and so Gary remains on the sleeve and I feel slightly silly. Art must wait.
- Morrissey, "Autobiography"