The Blue Hour
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Vinyl, 21 Sep 2018
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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2018 album from the veteran British indie outfit. After the critical and commercial success of the Top 10 album - Night Thoughts (2016), Suede release their stunning album The Blue Hour. The Blue Hour is the final part of the triptych of albums recorded by the band since they reformed and released 2013's Bloodsports. Produced and mixed by Alan Moulder at Assault & Battery Studios, the album sees Suede continue to explore new ground sonically. It features a choir and spoken word, as well as string arrangements from Craig Armstrong and the band's own Neil Codling. The Blue Hour was produced by Alan Moulder and Suede; it shares the same line-up as 1996's Coming Up - vocals by Brett Anderson, guitars by Richard Oakes, bass by Mat Osman, drums by Simon Gilbert, synthesizers and piano by Neil Codling.
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Nope. 'Dog Man Star' will always be one of my favourite albums ever, but I can honestly say that 'The Blue Hour' surpasses every one of their albums except that personal favourite... and possibly equals it. It's that good. Melodic, epic, a bit disturbing in places and absolutely heart-wrenching in others. I liked the other 'comeback albums' (lBloodsports' and 'Night Thoughts') very much, but this one really ramps it up. Life Is Golden, Flytipping, Wastelands, Cold Hands, The Invisibles... right up there with the best of Suede.
If you liked Suede back in the day but haven't bothered to investigate their new stuff, this is the album you need to buy. You won't regret it. It's a thing of true beauty and certainly the best album I've heard so far in 2018.
Not only is this Suede's greatest album even slaying the mighty Dog Man Star, The Blue Hour is the greatest album to come out of the UK in a generation.
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