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Stay Together / The Living Dead (30th Anniversary Edition)

limited picture disc 7" in die-cut sleeve - £14.99 | Pre Order
Neither of these songs was included on the “Dog Man Star” album, released in October 1994.

Autofiction: Expanded

limited 3cd - £18.99 | Buy
Accompanying the original album on the special limited edition 3CD release are B-sides and additional album session material, as well as an ‘Autofiction&r...

Suede (30th Anniversary Edition)

half-speed master 180g black lp w/ obi strip - £32.99 | Buy
expanded 2cd w/ b-sides bonus tracks in deluxe gatefold sleeve - £21.99 | Buy
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of this landmark album, Edsel is proud to present this newly mastered edition.


limited indies only grey lp in gatefold - £28.99 | Buy
180g lp in gatefold - £24.99 | Buy

cd - £13.99 | Buy
They might be embracing a greyscale aesthetic but the record is pumped up with technicolor tales of life, loss, and longing straight from the heart of primary l...

Coming Up (25th Anniversary Edition)

2cd with deluxe book - £17.99 | Buy
Issued in 1996, “Coming Up” was Suede’s third album , and the first with the new line up , featuring Richard Oakes on guitar and Neil Codling ...

See You In The Next Life (2021 reissue)

180g lp - £19.99 | Buy
After their huge success throughout the 90s , Suede called it a day (for the first time) in 2003.
  1. So Young
  2. Animal Nitrate
  3. She's Not Dead
  4. Moving
  5. Pantomime Horse
  6. The Drowners
  7. Sleeping Pills
  8. Breakdown
  9. Metal Mickey
  10. Animal Lover
  11. The Next Life



  • 2cd + dvd

    Released: 18th Aug 2022

    out of stock
  • LP


Borrowing heavily from David Bowie & the Smiths, Suede forge a distinctively seductive sound on their 1993 CLASSIC DEBUT.

Guitarist Bernard Butler has a talent for crafting effortlessly catchy, crunching glam hooks like the controlled rush of "Metal Mickey" & the slow, sexy grind of "The Drowners," but he also can construct grand, darkly romantic soundscapes like the sighing "Sleeping Pills" & the tortured "Pantomime Horse." What brings these elegant sounds to life is Brett Anderson whose voice is calculatedly affected & theatrical, but it fits the grand emotion of his self-consciously poetic lyrics. while the sound of Suede frequently recalls the peak of glam rock, its punk-influenced passion & self-conscious appropriation of the past make it thoroughly postmodern. Coincidentally, its embrace of trashy pop helped usher in an era of Britpop, but few bands captured the theatrical melancholy that gave Suede such resonance.