Released in March 1993, “Suede” was the fastest-selling debut album ever in the UK.
Available on vinyl for the first time in the US, the album contains what Rolling Stone called “its triptych of instantly classic singles” – “The Drowners”, “Metal Mickey” and “Animal Nitrate”.
At the time, the album’s release in the US was hampered by an injunction from an existing US act called Suede. As a result, the band’s subsequent album releases in the US were ‘branded’ as being by “The London Suede”, but the first album was never re-branded.
Pressed on 180g black vinyl with inner and outer sleeve.