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Brett Anderson – Wilderness (2008)

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Brett Anderson – Wilderness (2008)
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Former Suede singer Brett Anderson has announced that he will release a new solo album, ‘Wilderness’, later this year.

Fans who bought a ticket for Anderson’s gig at London’s Mermaid Theatre on July 7 received a copy of the album on USB stick format! Very high tech Brett!

The album will be released on conventional formats .

The LP features a minimal set-up, with Anderson playing piano and guitar joined by cellist Amy Langley, it also features guest vocals from French hotty Emmanuelle Seigner on the song ‘A Different Place’.

Tracklisting

1. A Different Place 04:11
2. The Empress 03:38
3. Clowns 03:02
4. Chinese Whispers 03:21
5. Blessed 04:40
6. Funeral Mantra 02:56
7. Back To You 03:14
8. Knife Edge 03:01
9. P Marius 04:36

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July 11, 2008 Posted by | Brett Anderson, Music_Alternative, Suede, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Suede -Thrilling Us Softly (1998)

Suede -Thrilling Us Softly (1998)

Catalogue No./Label: HOWL 14 (Silver Wolf)
Release Date: February 1998
Running Time: 70 min


There’s a song playing on the radio
Sky high in the airwaves on the morning show
And there’s a lifeline slipping as the record plays
And as I open the blinds in my mind
I’m believing that you could stay

And oh if you stay I’ll chase the rainblown fields away
We’ll shine like the morning and sin in the sun
Oh if you stay
We’ll be the wild ones, running with the dogs today

There’s a song playing through another wall
All we see and believe is the D.J. and debts dissolve
And it’s a shame the plane is leaving on this sunny day
Cos on you my tattoo will be bleeding and the name will stain

But oh if you stay
we’ll ride from disguised suburban graves
We’ll go from the bungalows
where the debts still grow every day

And oh if you stay I’ll chase the rainblown fears away
We’ll shine like the morning and sin in the sun oh if you stay
We’ll be the wild ones running with the dogs today
We’ll be the wild ones running with the dogs today

Gotta say we loved Suede in the early days. A breath of fresh air to the Brit Indie hovel at the time, and, for once, a band that lived up to the immense hype that surrounded their arrival onto the scene.

With songs full of characters and scenes that might exist in perhaps a JG Ballard novel or Lou Reed’s version of NYC, biting poetic lyrics, Brett’s idiosyncratic singing and stage presence, and Bernard Butler’s driving swaying luscious Johnny Marr guitar noisescapes, they made some classic albums and put on some amazing live shows.

This was during the period they released their eponymous debut Suede (1993) and the magnificent Dog Man Star (1994), which marked the departure of Butler.

They continued with the same template – with Richard Oakes doing a remarkable job in the Butler role, and perhaps bringing a lot of extra stuff to the party – for the great Coming Up (1996) and Head Music (1999), until their final hurrah with New Morning, in 2002 (No. Dylan didn’t sure them for nicking the title of his great 1970 opus!)

This bootleg from 1998 compiles the best performances from two live shows – the 1997 Reading Festival show and an earlier 1996 performance at Maida Vale Studios.

The sound quality is very good on both shows.

Of course, there are some amazing songs on the tracklisting.

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Tracklisting

Live at Reading Festival, England

August 22nd 1997

She

Trash

By The Sea

So Young

The Wild Ones

Saturday Night

Picnic By The Motorway

Europe Is Our Playground

Beautiful Ones

Filmstar


Live at Maida Vale Studios, London

August 28th 1996

Trash

Saturday Night

By The Sea

She

Lazy

Here be Brett and Bernie

http://link-protector.com/508128/

Thanks to the original poster

http://stupidd.blogspot.com/

May 27, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, Suede, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Suede -Thrilling Us Softly (1998)

Suede -Thrilling Us Softly (1998)

Catalogue No./Label: HOWL 14 (Silver Wolf)
Release Date: February 1998
Running Time: 70 min


There’s a song playing on the radio
Sky high in the airwaves on the morning show
And there’s a lifeline slipping as the record plays
And as I open the blinds in my mind
I’m believing that you could stay

And oh if you stay I’ll chase the rainblown fields away
We’ll shine like the morning and sin in the sun
Oh if you stay
We’ll be the wild ones, running with the dogs today

There’s a song playing through another wall
All we see and believe is the D.J. and debts dissolve
And it’s a shame the plane is leaving on this sunny day
Cos on you my tattoo will be bleeding and the name will stain

But oh if you stay
we’ll ride from disguised suburban graves
We’ll go from the bungalows
where the debts still grow every day

And oh if you stay I’ll chase the rainblown fears away
We’ll shine like the morning and sin in the sun oh if you stay
We’ll be the wild ones running with the dogs today
We’ll be the wild ones running with the dogs today

Gotta say we loved Suede in the early days. A breath of fresh air to the Brit Indie hovel at the time, and, for once, a band that lived up to the immense hype that surrounded their arrival onto the scene.

With songs full of characters and scenes that might exist in perhaps a JG Ballard novel or Lou Reed’s version of NYC, biting poetic lyrics, Brett’s idiosyncratic singing and stage presence, and Bernard Butler’s driving swaying luscious Johnny Marr guitar noisescapes, they made some classic albums and put on some amazing live shows.

This was during the period they released their eponymous debut Suede (1993) and the magnificent Dog Man Star (1994), which marked the departure of Butler.

They continued with the same template – with Richard Oakes doing a remarkable job in the Butler role, and perhaps bringing a lot of extra stuff to the party – for the great Coming Up (1996) and Head Music (1999), until their final hurrah with New Morning, in 2002 (No. Dylan didn’t sure them for nicking the title of his great 1970 opus!)

This bootleg from 1998 compiles the best performances from two live shows – the 1997 Reading Festival show and an earlier 1996 performance at Maida Vale Studios.

The sound quality is very good on both shows.

Of course, there are some amazing songs on the tracklisting.

https://i0.wp.com/image.listen.com/img/356x237/6/3/8/6/1156836_356x237.jpg


Tracklisting

Live at Reading Festival, England

August 22nd 1997

She

Trash

By The Sea

So Young

The Wild Ones

Saturday Night

Picnic By The Motorway

Europe Is Our Playground

Beautiful Ones

Filmstar


Live at Maida Vale Studios, London

August 28th 1996

Trash

Saturday Night

By The Sea

She

Lazy

Here be Brett and Bernie

http://link-protector.com/508128/

Thanks to the original poster

http://stupidd.blogspot.com/

May 27, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, Suede, _MUSIC | 1 Comment