Suede – Suede (4/6)

Drawing inspiration and displaying hints of David Bowie and the Smiths throughout the album, Suede offers up a refreshing and different taste to the roaring sounds of Blur and Oasis. One of the very first Britpop albums to be released in 1993, Suede’s self-titled debut soundtrack soared to the top of the charts and marked itself out as the then fastest selling album ever.

There is a sense of Suede almost trying to outperform each other throughout each song, their vocals and musical display running rampant with each passing installment. The wit and smart lyrics of lead singer Brett Anderson marks out ‘Suede’ as being the go-to for any music fan looking for the very best in glam rock and a true sense of Britishness.

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Written by James Metcalfe

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