℗ 2011 Suede under exclusive licence to the Demon Music Group
Released March 29, 1993
Duration 45m 41s
Record Label Edsel
Catalogue No. 5032698644957
Genre Rock (Alternative)

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The London Suede

The London Suede

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1.1
So Young
The London Suede
3:39
1.2
Animal Nitrate
The London Suede
3:27
1.3
She's Not Dead  EXPLICIT
The London Suede
4:35
1.4
Moving
The London Suede
2:50
1.5
Pantomime Horse
The London Suede
5:49
1.6
The Drowners
The London Suede
4:11
1.7
Sleeping Pills
The London Suede
3:50
1.8
Breakdown
The London Suede
6:04
1.9
Metal Mickey
The London Suede
3:30
1.10
Animal Lover
The London Suede
4:18
1.11
The Next Life
The London Suede
3:28
The London Suede's self-titled debut was a critical and commercial triumph, winning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize for :Album Of The Year: and hitting the #1 spot on the UK Album Chart. Featuring the classic singles 'The Drowners', 'Animal Nitrate', 'So Young', and 'Metal Mickey', The London Suede sold 100,000 copies in it's first week, making it the fastest-selling debut album ever in the UK at the time. It was recorded in London at Master Rock studios late 1992 and early 1993 and was produced by Ed Buller. This 2011 reissue features a brand new remaster! "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." - Brett Anderson "... This is where it all began. A mixture of the live songs that had won us a following and our first experiments in the studio. Listening back now it still has that sense of wildness, and drama, and possibility of those early days. So young and so gone, indeed!" - Mat Osman
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Edsel Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.50
-0.50 to -0.50
-13.20
-17.92 to -10.93
-9.68
-12.60 to -7.30
7
5 to 9
1
So Young
-0.50-11.55-8.77
2
Animal Nitrate
-0.50-11.58-8.15
3
She's Not Dead
-0.50-13.83-11.18
4
Moving
-0.50-10.93-7.36
5
Pantomime Horse
-0.50-14.47-10.38
6
The Drowners
-0.50-12.68-9.57
7
Sleeping Pills
-0.50-13.55-10.66
8
Breakdown
-0.50-15.34-12.28
9
Metal Mickey
-0.50-12.21-8.37
10
Animal Lover
-0.50-11.18-7.86
11
The Next Life
-0.50-17.92-12.69

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