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a b c Cameron, Keith (27 March 1993). "A Very Brettish Coup". NME: 29. Archived from the original on 17 August 2000 . Retrieved 5 May 2016. Newly remastered audio by Phil Kinrade, from the original ½” tapes and production masters, overseen and approved by producer Ed Buller.

a b Todd, Bella (28 March 2007). "Interview with Brett Anderson". The Argus . Retrieved 21 December 2016. Pappademas, Alex (23 June 2003). "The SPIN Record Guide: Essential Britpop". Spin . Retrieved 21 December 2016.On the other hand, Anderson has elsewhere stressed that the songs are not autobiographical, but "often imaginary situations based on real sentiments, or real situations taken to their logical extreme". When asked about the pervasive use of the word "he" in his songs, Anderson stated that "too much music is about a very straightforward sense of sexuality... Twisted sexuality is the only kind that interests me. The people that matter in music... don't declare their sexuality. Morrissey never has and he's all the more interesting for that". [26] Title and artwork [ edit ] The Blu-ray edition will include a Dolby Atmos Mix, 5.1 Surround Mix and new Stereo Mix, each completed by Steven Wilson, alongside the 1993 Definitive Original Stereo Mix. a b Barnett, David (2003). Love and Poison. Carlton Publishing Group. pp.95–96. ISBN 0-233-00094-1. Robert has also written a best-selling memoir, How Not to be a Boy, in which he reflects on masculinity, and a novel. In 2019, a routine medical examination revealed that he had a congenital heart defect. He underwent heart surgery and is now fully recovered. He added: “I’d love to think that our most daring work is ahead of us. That’s a really exciting prospect – that a band at our stage of our career haven’t just settled for running through the motions. I love making new records: it makes my heart beat faster, it’s what I get up for in the morning.”

a b "Billboard's Heatseekers Album Chart" (PDF). Billboard. 26 June 1993. p.26 . Retrieved 14 November 2018. Reflecting on the album, frontman Brett Anderson says: “It was a genuinely magical time in my life and one for which I’ll always be grateful. It felt incredible being in what I thought was quite probably the most exciting band in the world at the time, making a record which felt like more than just another band making another album.” The next record that we’re planning to write, and have already started, is much more experimental,” he told NME. “I don’t really know if there’s an arc with [‘Autofiction’]. I’m not seeing it as a selection of albums. You just have to do it one at a time, really. I do think of those three records as [being] together, especially ‘Night Thoughts’ and ‘The Blue Hour’, but the next record will be completely different.” Item Display - RPM - Library and Archives Canada". Collectionscanada.gc.ca . Retrieved 20 July 2017.The picture disc LP (limited to 1030 copies worldwide) will feature reimagined exclusive artwork by Paul Khera, along with an exclusive picture disc featuring Anderson’s lyrics housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve featuring gold foil detailing, and a classic Kevin Cummins photograph across the centrefold. a b c "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: 100-1". NME. 25 October 2013 . Retrieved 10 February 2017. a b Maconie, Stuart (May 1993). "Lascivious". Q (80): 93. Archived from the original on 6 December 2000. Ryan, Linda (26 March 1993). "Alternative New Releases" (PDF). Gavin Report. No.1947. pp.65–66 . Retrieved 19 June 2022. Before the album was released, the band half seriously considered titles of Half Dog, Animal Lover, and I Think You Stink, all were rejected in favour of Suede. [15] The gender-ambiguous cover art provoked some controversy in the press, prompting Anderson to comment: "I chose it because of the ambiguity of it, but mostly because of the beauty of it." [8] The cover image of the androgynous kissing couple was taken from the 1991 book Stolen Glances: Lesbians Take Photographs edited by Tessa Boffin and Jean Fraser. The photograph was taken by Tee Corinne and in its entirety shows a woman kissing an acquaintance in a wheelchair. [15] Corinne had in fact turned down the band's request to use the full shot of the two naked women and insisted they could only use a head and shoulders close-up of the women to protect their identity. [27] Release [ edit ]

Norman, Tony (19 February 1993). "The Star-maker Machine". Weekend Magazine ( Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). p.18 . Retrieved 6 January 2019.Martell, Nevin (13 April 2011). "Brett Anderson and Mat Osman on Suede's Discography". Filter . Retrieved 26 July 2013.



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