Suede is the debut album by English alternative rock band Suede, released in March 1993 on Nude Records. It was recorded in London at Master Rock studios late 1992 and early 1993 and was produced by Ed Buller. At the time the fastest-selling debut album in British history in almost a decade, Suede debuted at the top of the UK Albums Chart, won the 1993 Mercury Music Prize, and is often cited as one of the first Britpop records.
Features Song Lyrics for Suede's The Drowners album. 1. Where the Pigs Don't Fly Lyrics. 4. To the Birds Lyrics. Suede Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
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Album Name The Drowners. 3. My Insatiable One. 7". Face A. The Drowners. Face B. 2. To the Birds. Other productions from Suede.
As the skin flies all around us We kiss in his room to a popular tune Oh, real drowners. So slow down, slow down, you're taking me over And so we drown, sir, we drown, stop taking me over. Slow down, slow down, you're taking me over And so we drown, sir, we drown, stop taking me over.
Lyrics to "The Drowners" song by Suede: Won't someone give me a gun? oh well it's for my brother well he writes the line wrote down my sp. .Won't someone give me some fun? (and as the skin flies all around us) We kiss in his room to a popular tune Oh, real drowners. slow down, slow down, you're taking me over And so we drown, sir we drown, stop takin' me over! Submit Corrections.
Suede quickly attracted the attention of the British music press; in 1992 before they had even released their debut single, Melody Maker featured the band on its cover, dubbing them "The Best New Band in Britain. The year leading up to the release of Suede saw the group dominate the music press, receiving considerable critical praise. According to a March 1993. article in The Independent, at the time Suede "had more hype than anybody since the Smiths, or possibly even the Sex Pistols.