Ultra suede

Fysh, Carl; Broad, Julian
April 1993
Seventeen;Apr93, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p86
Profiles Britain's most-talked-about band, Suede. Brett Anderson; Simon Gilbert; Mat Osman; Bernard Butler; Voted the best new band by `Melody Maker'; Their first single `The Drowners'; More.


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