Suede

BY Marcus Kagler

In 1993, the British music landscape was dominated on one hand by Eurobeat and techno imports like 2 Unlimited, Ace of Base, Snap! and Culture Beat. One the other hand, the homegrown scene methodically produced unremarkable, anemic dance-pop hits by the likes of Gabrielle, Take That and Mr. Blobby. It was a decidedly faceless and bland fallow period. Then, onto the stage sashayed Suede, who brought sleazy guitar anthems back to forefront of mainstream British music. Anchored by vocalist Brett Anderson’s androgynous mystique and guitarist Bernard Butler’s highly melodic, glam... Read More

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