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A New Morning (Remastered)

A New Morning (Remastered)

27 Jun 2011
3.9 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

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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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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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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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Suede's fith album proper, reviewed track by track.
1. POSITVITY- A short, catchy mid paced number. Not a million miles away from 'She's In Fashion; in the verses. A light acoustic touch, jangly riff and summery strings make this a gentle opener.
2. LOST IN TV- A great opening line from Brett grabs the attention 'I see you in my life, I see you on the screen, an ascending socialite, orbiting the scene'. Unashamedly eclectic, LOST IN TV, with its mellow organ line, acoustic guitars and three part harmonies is reminiscent of early Bowie, with a chorus that R.E.M would be proud of.
3. OBSESSIONS- The first uptempo number, and this is great. Unlike the rockers on 'Headmusic' OBSESSIONS sounds as fresh and exciting as earlier tracks like 'Trash', 'New Generation' and 'This Hollywood Life'- nice harmonica. A Suede classic.
4. LONELY GIRLS- After OBSESSIONS, LONELY GIRLS calms down the listener with a pleasant acoustic -almost folky- guitar. As the title would suggest, this is a song about lonely girls. While this may not be the best song on the album, it is decidely cathcy and has a suprisingly good string arrangement.
5. ASTRO GIRL- Another moment which brings Bowie to mind. A lovely sparse piano and strange distorted strings frame Brett's voice as he croons about a strange relationship with an astro girl. Odd stuff for Suede, but nonetheless,this is a damn fine song.
6. BEAUTIFUL LOSER- A definite highlight- and again, classic Suede. This song is instantly memorable, and is very, very sing-along.
7. STREET LIFE- the catchiness continues, with another strong track, which grows on you- a lot. When listening to the album, this is the one you'll want to dance to most, so 'Shake your rear' as Brett says.
8. UNTITLED- a lovely, lovely song.
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By octophone VINE VOICE on 30 Jun. 2011
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Regularly dismissed by critics and group members alike, "A New Morning" enjoys little praise when Suede's career is assessed. Listening to this new expanded edition, this seems a bit unfair.

The recording was a protracted affair and by the time the album was released in 2002, Suede 2.1 had emerged with Neil Codling leaving due to illness (he still co-writes several songs present here) and Alex Lee coming aboard. The album is certainly very different from any of its predecessors; acoustic instruments are predominant and there is a tender, pastoral feel to the music - it's no surprise to find the group performing 2 different acoustic sets on the accompanying DVD. Shorn of the usual claustrophobic urban drama, this is the slow romantic afternoon of Suede's career. In fact, it's tempting to speculate that part of the reason for the lukewarm reception afforded to the album was the autumn release date - on a warm evening in June, "A New Morning" has a place it certainly couldn't inhabit in late September into October. However, the cost of this warming prettiness is a lack of edge; in fact, the main duds on the album - "Streetlife" and "One Hit To The Body" - are forced, unconvincing attempts to add some of the sharpness of Suede 2.0 to the album. A few songs also drift by a little too easily so it's no surprise that Brett Anderson omits several tracks in his alternate running order, replacing them with superior b-sides (of which there are many, suggesting the group developed too strong an idea of what kind of album they wanted to make, at the expense of some better songs). For this listener, this is a much more enjoyable album than "Head Music" - at bare minimum, they sound like a group again and there are plenty of delightful instrumental touches to enjoy.
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