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Dog Man Star

by The London Suede

Dog Man Star by The London Suede

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Dog Man Star

by The London Suede

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Label: Suede Ltd
Suede's 1994 record was only their second, but it was the last one Bernard Butler worked on. His guitar rings throughout the entire album, but this isn't the neo-glam call-to-arms many hoped for. Instead, it's a big, heartbroken vision of romanticized tragedy. A ballad like "The Wild Ones" is ridiculous and amazing, while "The Power" is just ridiculously amazing.

About This Album

Suede's 1994 record was only their second, but it was the last one Bernard Butler worked on. His guitar rings throughout the entire album, but this isn't the neo-glam call-to-arms many hoped for. Instead, it's a big, heartbroken vision of romanticized tragedy. A ballad like "The Wild Ones" is ridiculous and amazing, while "The Power" is just ridiculously amazing.

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About This Album

Suede's 1994 record was only their second, but it was the last one Bernard Butler worked on. His guitar rings throughout the entire album, but this isn't the neo-glam call-to-arms many hoped for. Instead, it's a big, heartbroken vision of romanticized tragedy. A ballad like "The Wild Ones" is ridiculous and amazing, while "The Power" is just ridiculously amazing.