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  Suede (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Suede was one of the most popular and important bands from the UK in the 90s, and helped start the Britpop movement of the decade.
The band was finally getting the mass video and radio play that they lacked during the Dog Man Star period and in many ways fulfilling the hype that characterized much of the early part of their career.
The band were well respected for their b-sides, which were often regarded by critics and fans as being close to or equal to the quality of the a-sides they backed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Suede_(band)   (1895 words)

 suede.net | biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
suede famously gatecrashed the uk music scene just over a decade ago on the back of some of the most hyperbolic press notices ever, not least the front cover of melody maker which called them “the best new band in britain” before they had even released one note of music.
suede became renowned too for their b-sides which were often every bit as good, and in some cases better than the hits.
suede were now invincible and proved the point by crashing into the top 3 with trash, their biggest hit yet, only held off the top spot by robbie williams’ debut and something called wannabe by a once popular girl group.
uk.sonymusic.co.uk /suede/band/biography   (1729 words)

Suede were everywhere by this point and journalists began writing things like " the most audacious, mysterious, perverse, sexy, ironic, hilarious, cocky, melodramatic and downright mesmerising band you're ever likely to fall in love with" without so much as a tongue or a cheek in sight.
Concurrently Suede singles "Metal Mickey" and "Animal Nitrate"went to 17 and 7 in the charts respectively and a lengthy stint of Suedemania ensued; by the time Suede got to play their home town again (London, to you) Brett had his shirt ripped off by over-enthusiastic fans.
When Suede closed 1997 with their fanclub-only show at London's Forum, Melody Maker were forced to admit that "no other band in the world could get away with playing an entire set of b-sides".
www.suedeonline.com /uk/engine.asp?render=biography&parse=   (1831 words)

 Suede - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
As they were working on Suede's second album, Anderson and Butler began to fight frequently, with the guitarist claiming in a rare interview that the singer worked too slowly and that his partner was too concerned with rock stardom, often at the expense of the music.
As Suede were working on their second album, their remarkable commercial success was eclipsed by that of Blur and Oasis, whose lighter, more accessible music brought the groups blockbuster success in the wake of Suede.
Suede embarked on a long, grueling international tour during late 1994 and the spring of 1995, before disappearing to work on their third album.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/music/artist/bio/0,,498665,00.html   (1323 words)

 Geneva (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The band were formed in 1992 by vocalist Andrew Montgomery and guitarist Steven Dora.
The band fitted well with the current musical scene and were well promoted by the UK music press of the time.
However it could be said that being on Suede's record label did them few favours because they were unable to find their own sound and own fanbase compared to the more successful band.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Geneva_(band)   (288 words)

 NME.COM - News - SUEDE SPLIT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The band, who released their 'Singles' album last month, have announced today (November 5) that they will each be working on their "individual projects" from next year.
The band have issued a statement, that reads: "Suede would like to announce that from next year they will be working on their own individual projects.
A band source has said that "some of the members of the group are more happy with the decision than others," and it is likely that singer Brett Anderson had the final say.
www.nme.com /news/106668.htm   (333 words)

 dOc DVD Review: The London Suede: Introducing the Band (Various)
Suede released a series of three excellent singles before their stunning self-titled debut album, which went on to win the Mercury Music Prize (the highest musical prize you can receive in the UK—think "Grammy") in 1993.
Suede is a classic study in youth appeal, and whether calculated or not, they hit all the right buttons in the early 1990s in Britain.
The last sexually-ambiguous indie band to appeal to a wide spectrum of listeners, The Smiths, were at this point a spent force, and the UK music press was aching for a replacement, preferably one less effete and with wider appeal.
www.digitallyobsessed.com /showreview.php3?ID=4934   (933 words)

 NME.COM - News - 'MORNING' GLORY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
It is the first time the band has given a public airing to all the songs from the new record, which is due for release in September.
Suede opened the set with new single 'Positivity', with Anderson - dressed in stonewash jeans and tight white T-shirt - gyrating and dancing on stage.
Later in the set, a 'wheel of fortune' featuring more obscure Suede songs was carried on stage and a fan was invited on stage to spin the wheel.
www.nme.com /news/102396.htm   (437 words)

 A Little Head Music - Revolver Magazine Sept 1999
Suede have had the tiresome label of Britpop pioneers lumped upon them on more than a handful of occasions and they don't like it.
Suede formed in 1991 as a trio consisting of singer Brett Anderson, bassist Mat Osman and original guitarist Bernard Butler.
Frischmann left the band and boyfriend Brett eariy on in the history of the group and in 1994, a then 17 year-old Richard Oakes replaced Butler.
www.suede.ukf.net /articles/alittleheadmusic.html   (982 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Music | Britpop stars Suede announce split
Suede would like to thank the fans for their wonderful support over the years," the statement said.
The band's early attempts to conquer the US market were nearly thwarted by American folk singer Suzanne DeBronkart who had recorded under the name Suede and held the trademark.
The band underwent a line-up change when guitarist Bernard Butler quit for a solo career, under acrimonious circumstances, to be replaced by a then 17-year-old Richard Oakes.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/music/3248147.stm   (409 words)

Suede used to be a four member band(I'm talking about the days after Simon joined,not the earlier days with Justine)comprising of Brett and Mat,who are the founding members of Suede which was originally Suave & Elegant, Simon and their ex guitarist, Bernard Butler, who has since left the band.
One day, Suede decided that it was tiresome for Oakes to double up as piano player during their recordings, and decided to get a keyboardist.
Suede are vegetarian, except Mat, who takes fish, and Richie, who enjoys MacDonalds as much as the next guy...
www.angelfire.com /nc/suedemania   (589 words)

 Suede Bootleg Discography, Brett in Paris
We went along to their fanclub-only London show and their international press conference to watch the band at work and then sat down in a hotel room in Paris to find out what he makes of the press attention, why he doesn't feel famous and to tell us all about his new album.
Suede have moved away from the guitar pop of yesteryear and discovered an alien, electronic landscape that suits them even more.
I think Blur did that, they realised they were a cartoon band that everyone thought was a joke and all of a sudden they tried to become 'authentic'.
www.suedestation.com /sbd/rocksound.htm   (1436 words)

With elastic band and suede straps for fashion, suede-lined cork mid-sole for comfort and sturdy lug sole for mileage.
Suede is a natural Aniline leather that has been surface brushed or buffed on the grain side of the leather creating a nap and leaving a texture similar to velvet (softest of all leathers to the touch).
General care instructions for suede include brushing the nap lightly with a soft suede brush to remove loose dirt and soil.
www.sundancecatalog.com /sdx/399185.jsp   (196 words)

 The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Suede is still alive and kicking after 13 years of their tumultuous career, surviving various personal changes, drug addiction and doubts over their existence and talent.
Suede also became renowned for their B-sides, which were often as good -- or even better -- than their hit singles.
Suede detractors, however, have often pegged the band as cold, cynical, pretentious and humorless.
www.thejakartapost.com /yesterdaydetail.asp?fileid=20030126.P01   (943 words)

 83. Suede - Suede
Suede was possibly the most-anticipated debut album of the ‘90s.
Unfortunately, a sad chapter of the band's story would come only two years later when Butler quit the band on the eve of releasing its second album.
Suede awakened the libidos of countless young Brits, heretofore starved for anthemic rock and roll.
www.nudeasthenews.com /90s/reviews/firstlaunch50/83suede.htm   (295 words)

 Time Out Dubai - Events - Gig on the Green   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Suede are a band with real international appeal that has attracted attention for the last 10 years, after being described famously as the “best new band in Britain” by British music publication Melody Maker.
The band is still performing its distinctive musical fusion of Celtic folk, pop and soul and they are appearing in the UAE prior to starting a sell-out UK tour.
The band’s style is laid-back and mellow rock in the mould of ‘Coldplay’ and they will provide a strong counterpoint to the rest of the bands at the MMI Music Festival.
www.timeoutdubai.com /events/info.php?evtid=1360   (959 words)

 Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)- - Suede   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Suede will be taking over the ICA from Monday 22 September for a week-long celebration of their illustrious career as creative pioneers.
In addition to these very special concerts, the ICA will also be presenting Suede's graphic and animated artwork from over the years plus a programme of other Suede-themed events.
Suede Singles is scheduled for release in early October.
www.ica.org.uk /index.cfm?articleid=12595   (260 words)

 Suede, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
Suede kick started the Britpop revolution of the '90s, bringing English indie pop/rock music away from the swirling layers of shoegazing and dance-pop fusions of Madchester, and reinstating such conventions of British pop as mystique and the three-minute single.
A short tour before the spring release of their eponymous debut album was very successful, setting the stage for "Animal Nitrate" debuting at number seven.
Shortly afterward, the band was forced to change its name to the London Suede in America, due to a lawsuit from an obscure lounge singer performing under the name Suede.
www.emusic.com /artist/11565/11565791.html   (1324 words)

 Amazon.com: Suede: Music: London Suede   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Even in the band's flaws, such as the lyrically redudant "Animal Lover", the band are able to still please with their infectious guitar riffs, fizzy bass lines, and kicking drums.
The whole band sounds great in general, although the singles (The Drowners, Metal Mickey, Animal Nitrate and So Young) especially show where the album could be a bit thicker in sound and a bit more tunefull.
Not only were they dubbed one of the best bands in Europe before their initial album hit the stands, but The London Suede went out of their way to play THEIR music, to transcend the Brit-pop superstar and become a name amongst many.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00000294L?v=glance   (1784 words)

 The Morning News - The Tears, Live in Heaven, by Andrew Womack
In 1992 Suede was hailed by the notoriously excitable Melody Maker magazine as “The Best Band in Britain”—before they even had a legitimate single out.
Not since the Smiths had a band combined such brazen sexuality with extraordinary musicianship—courtesy in Suede, respectively, of its chief songwriters, vocalist Brett Anderson and guitarist Bernard Butler.
Suede enjoyed a string of adored singles and an acclaimed eponymous debut album before things began to, at first slowly and then very quickly, fall apart.
www.themorningnews.org /archives/albums/the_tears_live_in_heaven.php   (589 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - The Suede Chain - the Band
The Suede Chain is a band whose music is difficult to describe, but 'alternative rock meets classical music' comes fairly close.
The Suede Chain was formed in the mid-'80s by brothers Matt Docter on vocals and guitar, and Jason Docter on vocals and drums.
With Mary Weingartner on vocals and violin, and Jake Brookman on cello, combined with a traditional four-piece rock band, The Suede Chain came up with a sound that was all their own.
www.bbc.co.uk /h2g2/guide/A258635   (468 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Singles: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Suede story is actually a quite tragic one, both from their own personal lives (illness, drug addiction, arguments- you name it, it happened to Suede)and from the point of view of the British record buying public.
Whereas Suede had started as a fresh and exciting band who were very ambitious with their sound, they had by this point almost become a parody of themselevs.
Suede were probably the best band in Britain between 1992 and 1994.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000CC4XC   (1791 words)

 The Tears - Here Come the Tears - Review - Stylus Magazine
n 1993, a band calling themselves Suede released their first album to the applause of critics and fans alike.
Drawing comparisons to that of Morrissey and Marr (of The Smiths), Anderson and Butler launched a definitive career with the band that would become one of the most influential of the 90s.
Suede released three albums post-Butler, with Anderson at the wheel, and while they were all acceptably well done, the dark and mysterious aroma was gone.
www.stylusmagazine.com /review.php?ID=3299   (556 words)

 Metroactive Music | Girls in Suede
In the course of only one song, the band plows through tempo-altering bass interludes, dual guitar hooks, a quasi flamenco section, a sudden stop for a screaming six-count, a synthesizer and violin duet, a spacy reverb harmonic part and a crushing coda resembling something between Ennio Morricone and Neurosis.
Brimming to the surface of the disparate elements in the band's music is a unanimous love of funk and soul rhythms.
If the band does well, all members maintain that they'd like to make a go of it, but a combination of college plans and general restlessness will probably see Girls in Suede headed out of town, most likely separately.
www.metroactive.com /papers/sonoma/06.23.04/suede-0426.html   (959 words)

 Suede - Band information and album discography
Their music and lyrics somehow reach out and touch something very important in us: the need to describe our lives to ourselves and thereby making some kind of sense to it all.
The best Suede songs take you on a journey, and five minutes later so many things have fallen into place.
"Suede kick-started the Brit-pop revolution of the '90s, bringing English indie-rock pop music away from the swirling layers of shoegazing and dance-pop fusions of Madchester, and reinstating such conventions of British pop as mystique and the three-minute single." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All-Music Guide
www.lemec.net /suede.html   (142 words)

Contains a variety of photos of the band or its members alone.
Has the basics on Suede, such as news, bio., lyrics, etc. Also provides sound clips and chat transcipts.
Guitar tabs from "Suede" to "Head Music", including their EP and all b-sides.
www.harmone.com /bands/s/suede.html   (492 words)

 The Suede/Wild Ones Mailing List FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Having said that I left the band after spending months preparing th e songs and arrangements for that record and as it progressed I decided that I couldn't be connected with a record I was unhappy with.
Shortly after the Suede LP was released in America, it was revealed that Suzanne DeBronkart, a Washington, DC country/folk singer, had previously recorded under the Suede name and that she was the owner of the US rights to it.
Membership benefits include a photo signe d by the band, a membership card, the sort of quarterly SIS fanzine, and a ticket to the now legendary fanclub gig each year, as well as other odds and ends such as free stickers and balloons.
kuci.org /~nraggett/lists/wildones.html   (3252 words)

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