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A New Morning [Limited Edition, Extra tracks]

Suede Audio CD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (30 Sep 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Extra tracks
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B00006J9T2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,833 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Positivity
2. Obsessions
3. Lonely Girls
4. Lost In Tv
5. Beautiful Loser
6. Streetlife
7. Astrogirl
8. Untitled
9. Morning
10. One Hit To The Body
11. When The Rain Falls
12. You Belong To Me (Bonus Track)

Product Description

SUEDE A New Morning (2002 UK limited edition 12-track CD album featuring the single Positivity and includes the Bonus Recording You Belong To Me)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fantastic Comeback for A Fantastic Band! :) 3 Oct 2002
Format:Audio CD
This album is everything I hoped it would be. After the disappointment of Head Music, I really wondered what would happen to one of my favourite bands of all time. I bought this album a couple of days ago and haven't stopped playing it since. There are 2 bonus tracks on this version of the CD, one is titled on the album cover, but the other is 'hidden' at the end of 'You Belong to Me' and is by far the best track on the entire album. It's the perfect ending to a Suede album, just like they used to end their albums in the days of their first CD and the excellent Dog Man Star.
Positivity - This took a while to grow on me. It's not the best track on the album, but it's a lovely, light, uplifting song.
Obsessions - I really like this song. That wonderful sound that only Suede can produce.
Lonely Girls - This is one of my favourite tracks. It's got a beautifully sad sound, and is the type of track I've come to expect from Suede.
Lost In TV - Not my favourite track, but good nonetheless. It lacks that certain something.
Beautiful Loser - A really good track, that reminds me of the sound of their first album.
Streetlife - My least favourite track on the album. Quite a fast track; good to jump about to though!!!
Astrogirl - I love this song. It's a fairly slow track, and is classic Suede.
Untitled - Excellent. A slow, beautiful song that I could listen to over and over again.
Morning - A slow track with an acoustic feel. Brett's voice seems to echo around my room when I play this track. Beautiful.
One Hit to the Body - This is a good, upbeat track. Not their best, but an ejoyable song.
When the Rain Falls - This track has a different feel to it, than your 'average' Suede track. Yet another good song.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a new morning-an appreciation 20 Dec 2003
Format:Audio CD
i have a soft spot for this album. very underrated on its release, and still is now. it just crept into the top 30 and then disappeared. this is suedes back to basics album. the who did it with their who by numbers album and the beatles did with the white album. these albums were also not very much appreciated when they were released. many of the songs on a new morning are acoustic and bretts singing laid back and assured. the ironic thing is, the two best songs are the bonus and hidden tracks. you belong to me would fit easily on the fantasic coming up, and oceans could have been one of their ace b sides from the early days. if your a suede fan and haven't brought this album due to its poor reviews do yourself a favour and get a copy. you will be pleasntly surprised!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars perfect suedey pop party 4 Oct 2002
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Format:Audio CD
My word, this is marvelous. Especially played loud and sung along to.
Its a celebration of the mundanity and marvel of everday life - stupid things that people do, how nice rainstorms can be, shaking your rear, media pressure for aspirational lifestyles, love and defiant individuality. Oh and, of course, a few Astrogirls, make-believe skies and Atlantis thrown in for good measure.
As a whole album, this is the best thing they have done since Dog Man Star. Brett's given in to his Bowie & Prince fetish and gone and made an album that's an onslaught of choruses, suburban sci-fi imagery, gurgling guitars, swells of sparkly synth and more choruses. Musically, they've really thrown the net wide - harmonicas, bongos, mellotrons and (in a bit of a suede revelation) layers and layers fabulous harmonies.
Brett also seems to have reinvigorated himself lyrically - becoming the dominating pressence over the whole album. A New Morning is full to the brim with stuff that makes me grin like a big happy rock chimp - Obessions & Beautiful Loser particularly. This is really welcome after the psychotic urban alienation of Head Music, A New Morning is a lot more open and universal by comparisson.
The bonus track "you belong to me" is a stormer too (seemingly being Bretts lyrical manifesto for the whole album), and would nestle nicely in between Positivity and Obessions if you ask me. When you add in the fascinating alternate sessions you can link to with the CD, this is amazing value as a purchase.
And that artwork! Great swirls of bright paint - lovely stuff.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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Format:Audio CD
This is the album where Suede morph themselves (very competently I might add) into the Alan Parsons Project. If you do not have an open mind, and are determined to hang on for the long awaited Dog Man Star-2, you will be sorely disappointed. If like me, however, you find the concept of Suede sounding lighter/happier rather endearing (albeit a bit spooky!) then dive in and allow yourself to be totally charmed. There are some beautiful songs on here, songs made all the more poignant by considering the circumstances in which they were written. Anyone who has ever been down and had to crawl their way back up, anyone who's ever had "a new morning", will hear themselves in this album. I think it's truly beautiful.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Return to Nitrate 15 Nov 2002
Format:Audio CD
First thoughts when I heard this? Ok, I guess. Suede have lost the sinister fake-naivety running through the drug-addelled 'coming up' that I have been looking for ever since. However for fans of the first 2 albums, this is a welcome turnaround. Leaving glittering pop records in the dust the chords have turned major, and some tracks sound like very old Suede, notably 'morning' (a live recording perhaps? sounds georgeously unproduced). Am currently enjoying 'Street life' and 'Beautiful loser',which sound like properly written rock 'n roll as opposed to written-for-affect-anthems. The pulsating throbbing guitar lines that all but sank into obscurity in'head music' have returned re-worked and very well crafted. 'watch out for a slightly out of place beat on 'lonely girls', can't quite figure that one out. Production, as ever, is fantastic. They haven't returned to their old mellow magic yet, but watch this space...
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars So good
Suede can hardly put a foot wrong. This is a surprise gem that I was not expecting. (I had been led to believe the best of their work was well behind them by the time they made... Read more
Published 21 months ago by Mr. J. Adams
4.0 out of 5 stars Perfectly Respectable
I know that Suede's career was latterly on quite a sharp downward spiral and that 1999's Head Music was rightly panned for its over-(self)-indulgence and its mediocre material, but... Read more
Published 23 months ago by Keith M
3.0 out of 5 stars Brave try for a last album
I like most of the songs, and I don't think they made a mistake changing their style so much. They just wanted to do something different from their last album and they are entitled... Read more
Published on 12 Mar 2012 by Diego A. P. García
3.0 out of 5 stars Still sounding great
The octophones and David Bently reviews seems a fairer summary compared to the recent critical analysis ones here. Read more
Published on 1 Mar 2012 by P. Mcmurdo
4.0 out of 5 stars Not given enough credit!
The thing i find with many Suede fans is that they view ANM as some kind of reject cousin with inept social abilities. Read more
Published on 5 Aug 2011 by David Bentley Newman
4.0 out of 5 stars There is a good album here, somewhere
Listening to A New Morning is like a slap in the face. It should be much better, yet it is clogged up with dull, dreary tracks like Untitled / When The Rain Falls / Oceans (which... Read more
Published on 17 July 2011 by Trisbo
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for newbies, but ....
Having finally managed to absorb all five of these deluxe re-releases I can now review each of them. Read more
Published on 15 July 2011 by D. Evans
3.0 out of 5 stars Some real gems
I was a big Suede fan but after Headmusic - an album I enjoyed but in my opinion is not Suede's best - I did not even know A New Morning existed until Suede reforming last year. Read more
Published on 12 July 2011 by pantomimehorse
4.0 out of 5 stars worth another listen
I have always been a big Suede fan, right from the get go, saw them with Bernard on the first tour, hughly impressed with the quality of the b sides (Best singles band since the... Read more
Published on 3 July 2011 by Stormin'Norman
4.0 out of 5 stars a new morning
when i bought this album back in 2002 i was so disapointed with it. suede in my eyes were finished , a band who had run out of ideas and lost their spark. Read more
Published on 2 July 2011 by M. black
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