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  1. Mooguhn
    Brett Anderson didn’t want to write “the usual ‘coke and gold discs’ rock memoir”, so he set his beautifully crafted and brilliantly well-written autobiography at a time before his band.
  2. Taukree
    Sep 27,  · Anderson developed a distinctive (and easy to parody) lexicon of urban decay and addled ardour, and, following the band’s eponymous first album – assisted by guitarist and fellow songwriter Bernard.
  3. Nasho
    Brett Anderson's childhood home, in commuter belt England in the late 70s and early 80s, was, he tells us, a musical battleground. While he and his sister were fans of pop, his taxi driver father was a classical music obsessive. "We weren't allowed to listen to music on my dad's stereo, that was only for classical music," Anderson explains.
  4. Mikus
    Mar 26,  · Nonetheless, there was a time where Anderson's sexuality was his main currency, and it was powerful enough-- even in its messiness-- to provide the charge for two, maybe even three, great albums.
  5. Meztibar
    What makes Brett Anderson succeed as solo debut is that it truly presents Anderson on his own, willing to sound different, quieter than he did when in a band, willing to open his heart without regard for consequences. At times, the album doesn't quite gel, but when it works, it has a sense of elegiac grace uncommon to any of his peers.8/
  6. Makus
    Brett Anderson, interview: 'I'm not one for salacious gossip' and also the 25th anniversary edition of his band Suede's eponymous debut album. But, he tells me, “I've never been one for.
  7. Tazilkree
    Oct 02,  · Brett Anderson came from a world impossibly distant from rock star success, and in Coal Black Mornings he traces the journey that took him from a childhood as 'a snotty, sniffy, slightly maudlin sort of boy raised on Salad Cream and milky tea and cheap meat' to becoming founder and lead singer of Suede.. Anderson grew up in Hayward's Heath on the grubby fringes of the Home Counties/5().
  8. Turr
    Anderson turned 51 this week and he has managed a remarkably dignified third act in his pop life. Suede recorded five albums in nine years from , topping the charts and, for a while, being.
  9. Kigataxe
    In , before Suede had even released their first album, they featured on 19 magazine covers. The subsequent eponymous record charted at No 1 in March and became the fastest-selling UK debut for almost a decade. Morrissey covered the band’s first B-side (“My Insatiable One”) and David Bowie embraced frontman Brett Anderson as an heir. Yet Anderson, who once likened Suede’s.

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