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Suede (re-named The London Suede in the United States) are an English alternative rock band, cited as kick starting the Britpop movement, and reinventing English rock music.

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 by some to be one of the most important and influential British rock bands of the 90's.

Hailed as "The Best New Band in Britain" in 1992, Suede broke into the British music scene and soon attracted the attention of the British music press. The following year their debut album, Suede (1993) went to the top of the charts and became the fastest-selling debut album in almost ten years, winning the Mercury Prize. Suede achieved further critical success with follow up Dog Man Star (1994), which at the time was seen as being out of step with other popular bands at the time. The record was overshadowed by the sudden departure of guitarist Bernard Butler before the albums release. This affected its sales and Suede were soon being dismissed by the British music press. (source :

In 1996 following the recruitment of Butler's replacement Richard Oakes and Neil Codling, Suede went on to greater commercial success in the UK, mainland Europe and Asia with Coming Up. The album charted at number one, producing five top ten singles and became their biggest selling album worldwide. After the release of Suede's complilation Sci-Fi Lullabies (1997), lead singer Brett Anderson became addicted to crack and heroin. Despite problems within the band, Suede's fourth album Head Music (1999) went to number one, however it divided fans and critics and lead to rumours that Suede would disband.

Suede's final album, A New Morning (2002), the band's first album to be released after the collapse of Nude Records, was a commercial disappointment and in 2003, after the release of their Singles compilation, Suede disbanded. In 2004, after a nine year hiatus, Anderson reunited with Butler to form The Tears, who released their only album in 2005. After much speculation Suede reformed in 2010, featuring the lineup from the Coming Up-Head Music era.

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