Suede ‎– Be My God

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RML Records ‎– RML 001
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Vinyl, 12", Single, 45 RPM, White Label
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Withdrawn, unreleased white label pressing. Only 500 copies were made and most ended up destroyed, as the band were unhappy with the resulting recordings.

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bozpolecat

bozpolecat

May 3, 2017
I have done a little research and I found one that sold with the matrix RML001A MPO and RML001AA MPO purporting to be the original issue, the one I have has the matrix RML 001A and RML 001B which I would then assume to be the bootleg, but that's my current view, could all change! cheers BB
darklands

darklands

February 21, 2017
Anyone with a legit copy should update this sub with matrix/runout info. Would be greatly appreciated!
TelegramSam666

TelegramSam666

February 14, 2017
Beware. There are a ton of bootleg / pirate copies of this floating around. There was a major importer in the mid 90s that sold hundreds of pirated copies to indie stores in the US. very difficult to tell the difference due to the minimal packaging.
westpier

westpier

October 22, 2013
edited 9 months ago
I used to live in Lindfield/Haywards Heath where Brett Anderson and Matt Osman come from and knew them vaguely (I saw their band Geoff). In the early 1990s there was a guy from Haywards Heath called JP who was the bands manager (or wanted to manage them not sure which but they got rid of him). He had loads of these 12"'s and as the band didn't want them he distributed amongst various locals including me and some of my friends. I ended selling mine in 1996 for £60 to a Japanese girl so I could buy a Glastonbury ticket. The frustrating thing is there were quite a few 12"'s available in the early 1990s (isn't that always the case).