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Nude Records ‎– NUDE 1LP
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A1 So Young 3:38
A2 Animal Nitrate 3:27
A3 She's Not Dead 4:33
A4 Moving 2:50
A5 Pantomime Horse 5:49
B1 The Drowners 4:10
B2 Sleeping Pills
Arranged By [Strings] – John Buller
3:50
B3 Breakdown 6:02
B4 Metal Mickey 3:27
B5 Animal Lover 4:17
B6 The Next Life 3:32

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With printed inner sleeve.

The first copies came in a special Suede plastic bag from "chain with no name" independent shops.

A1-A5, B2, B3, B5, B6: ℗ & © Nude 1993
B1, B4: ℗ & © Nude 1992

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 023687 100912
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): MPO NUDE 1LPA1 TRANSFERMATION
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): MPO NUDE 1LPB1

Other Versions (5 of 64) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5052498615025 Suede Suede(2xCD, Comp + DVD-V + RM, Del) Warner Music Hong Kong 5052498615025 Hong Kong 2011 Sell This Version
NUDE 1MC Suede Suede(Cass, Album) Nude Records NUDE 1MC UK 1993 Sell This Version
NUDE 1CD Suede Suede(CD, Album) Nude Records NUDE 1CD UK 1993 Sell This Version
473735 4 Suede Suede(Cass, Album) Nude Records 473735 4 Netherlands 1993 Sell This Version
473735 2 Suede Suede(CD, Album, RP) Nude Records 473735 2 Australia 1993 Sell This Version

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Inigo__Montoya

Inigo__Montoya

October 31, 2020
edited 26 days ago
So, after comparing the original UK Nude LP1 to the Demon repress i have come to the conclusion that the original sounds more open and far more detailed. Musically it‘s vastly superior to the Demon repress, which sounds squashed and unnecessarily louder. Same goes for Dog Man Star. Get the originals if you can.
Listened to with Tannoy Legacy Cheviots and Technics SU-G700 Amp,
picdisc65

picdisc65

September 24, 2020
edited 2 months ago
How many fekkin' times can Demon release this on different coloured editions? Let's see. Three up to now (2020) - gold, silver and clear. So what's left? Green. Blue. Red. Pink. Orange. Yellow. Sh*t brown. Purple (and all its variants of violet, lavender blah blah blah). Give it a rest already!!
krudster

krudster

June 24, 2020
edited 5 months ago
When I got the original box set with all the pre-reformation albums, I figured my minty fresh ones would now be the go-to copies. But just before I listed my original 1993 vinyl I figured I should do an A/B comparison with the Demon repress, and—holy shit—my original sounded so much more alive. I then heard the same was true of Dog Man Star, so tracked that down too. Same deal. Then Coming Up. Same again. So, Suede superfans. Do not waste your time with these Demon reissues—they seem ok, but honestly, the dynamics of the Nude originals blow them out of the water. Night and day difference. Punchier, crisper top end, more presence overall.
thismanisaboy

thismanisaboy

June 29, 2018
Just got my vinyl copy from UK, and I hadn't remembered how much of Bernard Butler's inspired and legendary guitar work is lost on the mp3 versions I've listened to for 10 years now. This pressing is like a revelation after listening to only the digital versions for years. This is a must-own piece of vinyl, if you give a damn about electric guitarists of the 90's.
lustman

lustman

April 13, 2018
edited over 3 years ago

Nice album, really good songs with great Mick Ronson guitars like
mundayschild

mundayschild

October 21, 2016
Such a great record. Nice mix of uptempo tunes and ballads, excellent sound as well.