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on 30 August 2014
Good remaster, the songs don't sound too different but there is more volume for sure
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on 19 February 2016
OK but not quite up to the standard set by Head Music
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on 10 February 2016
Came on time very happy with CD!
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on 15 November 2015
Excellent if you like Suede.
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on 5 December 2015
Good
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on 30 September 2011
Brit Pop, once a celebration of british music performed by british people, now seen as somewhat embaressing, and come along, who would want this when we could have n-dubz or an any x-factor winner, and yes i know they are british as well?! i jest but the perpetual trashing of the soundtrack to my youth is frustrating to say the least. Still, starting with Blur's trimuphant Glastonbury set and continuing with Pulp's reformation it seems at long last that both the bands involved and music writers have come full circle and learned to love it again for what it was, cracking tunes with sharp obervational lyrics. So now seems as good as time as any for Suede to reform and embarce their back catelogue, and my word they have done it in style. This how deluxe/collectors/for nerds only collections should be, the album, all b-sides, demos, unrelased tracks and a dvd with vidoes,shows and documentries. the manics have done a similar good job on their albums including "everything must go" which was released in the same year as Coming Up, 1996, which without releases by blur or oasis allowed those 2 bands their moment to shine. Suede took the loss of bernard butler in their stride and new recruit richard oakes helped create a pop rock classic that was thier best seller. Upon purchasing this album (again) it was the lesser known track such as By The Sea that really stood out, though Lazy, Beautiful One's and Trash had lost none of their impact. The B-sides are of a very decent quality, such as WSD, Europe is Our Playground, Feel etc. Obisouly with 16 tracks there is some filler but one of the joys of these reissues is in deciding what your filler is. The real delight for me is the roundhouse concert included here, the energy and joy of genertaed from a brilliant year is eveident on this gig recorded just before christmas, even the bizzare sight of Suede being Neil Tennants backing band for 1 song works. A real gem.
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on 5 February 2000
You have to admire the way Suede soldiered on after the departure of Bernard Butler, who was easily the most talented guitarist of his generation and contributed just as much as Brett Anderson to the style and substance of the band. With 'Coming Up' they tried to forget he had ever existed by expertly removing all traces of guitar heroics and epic tunes in favour of what might be summed up as having a bit of a larf. This makes for a very enjoyable listen, but it also relinquishes any claims they might once have had to being a truly great band.
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