Suede Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Well. They are back. David Bowie might be dead but Suede are still alive right? So everything is ok. This one follows on fairly swiftly from their successful 'comeback' LP 'Night Thoughts' and shares the line up with their classic 'Coming Up' record. Expect a lot of wrought songs about being outsiders in suburbi...view item
Suede-man Brett Anderson has had a fairly busy career outside of the band over the years, with four solo albums released between 2007 and 2011. This box-set has all those albums, as well as the attendant B-sides and (for the CD version) recordings from two live shows. Collected Solo Work is available as...view item
Something that a lot of people thought impossible at one point is soon to come to pass: a totally new album by Suede. Night Thoughts seems to be very much the late-period, grandiose work, featuring a full string section for most of the record and accompanied by a full-on film exploring the same themes, available as a DV...view item
Here we have a super-deluxe release of Suede’s recent live performance of one of their greatest albums, Dog Man Star. The gig took place at the Royal Albert Hall no less, and the double LP is packaged within a special poster sleeve that shows you images of the momentous event. Record Store Day 2015 release on Demo...view item
Albums Collection by Suede comprises all six studio albums recorded by the London four-piece between 1993 and 2013 plus the two-CD compilation album Sci-Fi Lullabies which brings together all of the b-sides that appeared on singles lifted from the first three albums. The box set also includes a 60 page booklet ...view item
Britpop act Suede had been broken up for a good seven years by the time 2010 came round, but decided to reunite to help out the Teenage Cancer Trust with this rare, one-time deal at the Royal Albert Hall. Except, you know, they got back together for good, because they clearly have no will power. 'Royal Albert Hall' collects the show that br...view item
Brett Anderson's favourite Suede album available on vinyl boasts the blurb. Why would a selection of B-Sides be an artists favourite album you may ask ? The answer is easy to provide, just listen.
Suede, in their pomp were regarded for their sweeping, elaborate singles dealing with difficult relationships. Sci...view item
Phil has just told me that the first rule of Norman Records was that we would never sell a Suede record. It’s fair to say that Phil isn’t keen on them, though it’s only because he dislikes the way they look, the noise they make, their singing and the words. Therefore me listening to this reco...view item
Suede's eponymous debut album available once again on vinyl.
Now that is a good thing because the original often sells for around the £40 mark on eBay.
So is it any good ?
Of course it is good ! It's Suede and it's vinyl, what's not to like ?
Britpop with vitality is what we have ...view item
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For their third album, Coming Up, Suede had recruited 17 year old guitarist Richard Oakes via an ad in a music paper. Oakes replaced the departing Bernard Butler. The band also became a five-piece with the addition of keyboardist Neil Codling. Coming Up was released in 1996 and reached num...view item
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