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Head Music

by The London Suede

Head Music by The London Suede

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Head Music

by The London Suede

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Label: Suede Ltd
After the megahit that was 1996's Coming Up, The London Suede entered the studio with a new producer, Steve Osborne, who had also worked with New Order and The Happy Mondays. Predictably, Head Music is laced with synthesizers and a lot of programmed tricks: samples, vocal effects, dub-inspired oddities, etc. What's more, it lacks the rich wordplay singer Brett Anderson had become known for (more than a few critics blamed this on his drug use). Overall, the record feels like a reworking of its predecessor, but one geared towards the electronica market.

About This Album

After the megahit that was 1996's Coming Up, The London Suede entered the studio with a new producer, Steve Osborne, who had also worked with New Order and The Happy Mondays. Predictably, Head Music is laced with synthesizers and a lot of programmed tricks: samples, vocal effects, dub-inspired oddities, etc. What's more, it lacks the rich wordplay singer Brett Anderson had become known for (more than a few critics blamed this on his drug use). Overall, the record feels like a reworking of its predecessor, but one geared towards the electronica market.

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About This Album

After the megahit that was 1996's Coming Up, The London Suede entered the studio with a new producer, Steve Osborne, who had also worked with New Order and The Happy Mondays. Predictably, Head Music is laced with synthesizers and a lot of programmed tricks: samples, vocal effects, dub-inspired oddities, etc. What's more, it lacks the rich wordplay singer Brett Anderson had become known for (more than a few critics blamed this on his drug use). Overall, the record feels like a reworking of its predecessor, but one geared towards the electronica market.