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Suede

About Suede

Brett Anderson, Mat Osman, Simon Gilbert and Bernard Butler, are often regarded as the founders of Britpop for their mega-selling debut, Suede, in 1993. They were noted for their Smiths-esque sound and Anderson’s Bowie-like vocals, in addition to his bleak and unsettling depictions of British life.

They soon after began sessions for second album, Dog Man Star, but these sessions were uncomfortable, drug-fuelled and tense, resulting in Butler’s departure from the band. He was replaced by Richard Oakes, and Suede’s new line-up, which now also featured Osman’s cousin, Neil Codling, on keyboards, recorded two more albums. Throughout the ‘90s they were regarded as one of the Britpop “Big Four” (alongside Oasis, Blur and Pulp), but Suede disliked being associated with the Britpop movement:

We were never really at the party, and Britpop was like a big party: people slapping one another on the back and getting beery and jingoistic. We could not have been more uninterested in that whole boozy, cartoon-like, fake working-class thing.
- Brett Anderson, speaking to The Guardian

Codling briefly left the band prior to the recording of their poorly received fifth album, A New Morning, and the band then went on a hiatus until their reunion in 2013, and since then they have released three more albums.

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