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|Subject: __Suede___ Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:28 pm|| |
Suede (called The London Suede in the United States) were an English alternative rock band of the 1990s and the early 2000s that helped start the Britpop musical movement. Through their several incarnations, they were able to consistently put out albums that charted well, while still holding the respect of critics. Although they never achieved great success in North America, they are considered to be one of the most successful British rock bands of the 90s.
Brett Anderson and Justine Frischmann met while studying at University College London and became a couple soon afterwards. Together with Anderson's childhood friend Mat Osman, they decided they had a core of a band, and spent hours a day playing covers of The Beatles, The Smiths, and David Bowie. The trio decided that neither Anderson nor Frischmann had the skill to be a lead guitarist, so they placed an advert in NME seeking to fill the position. Nineteen-year-old Bernard Butler replied and auditioned to join the group. The group settled on the name Suede; lacking a drummer, the band initially utilised a drum machine. Despite Frischmann's efforts as the group's de facto manager, the group primarily scored small-scale gigs around London's Camden Town area.
* Suede (1993)
* Dog Man Star (1994)
* Coming Up (1996)
* Head Music (1999)
* A New Morning (2002)
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