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Suede (Remastered)

Suede (Remastered)

30 May 2011

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  • Original Release Date: 30 May 2011
  • Label: Edsel
  • Copyright: (c) 2011 Demon Music Group Ltd
  • Total Length: 55:32
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  • ASIN: B004ZQOAK6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,733 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cuban Heel VINE VOICE on 24 Aug 2007
Format: Audio CD
For a brief period of time in 1992 and 1993 it looked like Suede were going to conquer the world, a prospect brought about solely on the basis of this album. And what an album it is. It sounds like the record The Smiths would have made were they relocated to Essex, forced to listen to Bowie and T-Rex for a year and locked in a porn shop with access to nothing but skin mags and poppers. It's gloriously sleezy and it just romps along from the brash opening chords of 'So Young' to the haunting final echoes of 'Next Life'.

At the time, pretty much everyone ditched this album as soon as 'Dog Man Star' came out - I'm not sure whether that record has stood the test of time as well as this one. I certainly don't think they ever matched the sheer energy and glamour of their debut. It still stands up now and is definitely one for the collection. If you want to call yourself a muso, you HAVE to own 'Suede'.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Feb 2005
Format: Audio CD
It is the early 90s. Even your idiot brother likes Nirvana. Your check shirt feels like a hairshirt and you deserve it. You and your generation seem to have thrown your lot in with unseemly American slacker angst; a desperate abrogation of youth and desire. Then this...
It is impossible to overstate the beauty and inspiration that this record brought us. An extraordinary misfit singer, yelping and swooning over sordid tales of drugs, sex and ennui wrapped in a suburban concrete overcoat. A phenomenal guitarist, trilling and hammering a clutch of instantly world-class riffs. A band to match.
You will have heard all about Britpop oasis blah blah blur. This is the one that mattered. The elements that would later teeter to cliche - the 'beautiful loser' lyrics, the glamorama, the seediness - are embodied most memorably in three crunching singles - Animal Nitrate, The Drowners, Metal Mickey. Then there are the 'keepers' - Sleeping Pills, Pantomime Horse and the aching melody of the Next Life. Like a call to arms to the emotionally dispossessed this album not only put a stiletto heel into the notion that there were no great bands anymore, but also exuded the kind of self-conscious Britishness that pre-figured the vibrant Britpop era.
Of course there were choppier (and poppier) waters ahead, with the departure of guitarist Bernard Butler, the re-birth of Coming Up, the lapses into semi-parody. But set against the context of today's drab indie-rock, Suede seems like a glorious vindiction of brutal, confused youth and the redemptive power of brilliant music: despite all the stardust and glitterballs there can be nothing more humane and honest than that.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Nov 2000
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suede's first album, (cunningly entitled suede) is a classic. i would recomend it thouroughly. i a massive suede fan, (especially of their earlier songs which were so much better than their newer stuff), before suede's music changed and bernard butler left. i have all the suede songs ever on CD and i think that this is their best album, though followed closely on it heels by 'dog man star'. this is a truly superb debut album. not only are all of the songs amazing but the lyrics are clever metaphors and flow well with suberb guitar parts and the fantastic rhythms. Bernard Butler's stunning guitar skills intermining with brett anderson's beautiful vocals and their clever, imaginative songwriting is a recipe for success. no wonder this record won the 1993 Mercury music prize. remember also to listen to their amazing B sides from that era too, such as 'my insatiable one' 'to the birds' 'he's dead' 'painted people' and the b sides from the dog man star singles too which i also recommend but you won't want to listen to dog man star as often as 'suede' you should also hear 'wonderful sometimes', 'be my god' and 'art' which are their first three never 'never released' songs. they can be found on the high hopes bootleg CD or on a bootleg CD i mixed myself entitled 'early birds' which contains all suede's early rare tracks, all B'sides up till and including the 'new generation' B sides and some of the covers suede did.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Claudia Pramono on 13 Mar 2003
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The opening menu is one of the best Suede songs there is, So Young. Melodies rise and fall, carrying Brett's voice comfortably yelping about chasing dragons and scaring the skies with tiger-eyes. Smells like teen spirit, if I may say, charmingly. The next number is a classic, Animal Nitrate. With perfect tunes, witty lyrics and great guitar solo in between, this song remains a favourite. Slow sensual track She's Not Dead followed by fast beat Moving, and followed soon by another slow track, this time longer, Pantomime Horse. This song reveals even more how great Bernard's skills are. Next to come is the magical debut single The Drowners, with sexy swaying melodies accompanied with guitar voice of similar style. Afterwards we'll float beyond our consciousness by hearing another ballad Sleeping Pills ('give me the time they kill', definitely the best way to stop someone taking those pills) and also Breakdown ('does your love only come in a Volvo?'). The next track is yet another song to prove Bernard's mastery, Metal Mickey, containing another amazing solo. The tenth song is Animal Lover; the song rumoured to be written for Brett's love rival then. The closing track is a splendid, perfectly sweeping us in the thought of our next lives with fine touching melancholy in piano in the background of Brett's marvellous range of vocals (from low notes in the verse to high pitched sounds in the chorus). Hypnotising. And leaving us in the wish of playing the album all over again.
In this album we can see clearly that, they were truly the best new band in Britain and they would be the best band in the universe soon. And they are now.
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