The Best of Suede
Suede, the band that radically shifted the axis of British pop music in the 1990's, release their definitive Best Of album on November 1. The 2 CD compilation features all of Suede’s biggest hits, re-mastered by Chris Potter. This is the only Suede hits compilation that has been endorsed by the band.
Suede were famously proclaimed as ‘The Best New Band In Britain’ on the cover of Melody Maker before they released their debut CD, ‘The Drowners’, in 1992. The claim was cemented after their debut self-titled album was awarded the Mercury Music Prize. During that time the group effectively instigated a new focus on British guitar music which had been largely eclipsed by grunge before their emergence. Their inexorable rise saw them become one of the biggest groups in the country, a success which was replicated in many countries around the world.
In 2003, after five albums, the group split. They returned triumphantly in March this year, playing three incredible and critically acclaimed shows including London's Royal Albert Hall in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
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