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someone should probably warn the kaiser chiefs and pals
Butler has always been a moaning git with nothing good to say about anything though......so no change there
about... well.... everything! I don't think a Suede reunion would be easy even if they did get offers anyway. Which line up gets to do it? Or would it be Codling and Butler on the same stage? It's all very fuzzy. In a sense Bernie is right - leave it in the past no-matter how good it was.
says Duffy's producer.
who gives a shit about blur LIMP BIZKIT ARE BACK BABY
As someone who bought and listened to Here Come the Tears I'd say he knows what he's talking about.
I liked The Tears album! I seem to be in the minority though
and felt too much like Brett Anderson trying to re-write Trash over and over. Trash is a greats song but he got it right the first time and then seemed to spend the next three albums trying to rewrite the "you and me against the world" love song.
It was a shame 'cos Suede are possibly my favourite band of all time and Dog Man Star, Coming Up and Sci-Fi Lullabies are all amongst my favourite albums. I even thought A New Morning had the odd moment where they seemed to be trying to do something different and it worked ("Untitled", "Astrogirl") but the Tears album sounded too much like Anderson trying to write what he thought Suede songs "should" sound like...
I went to see the Tears when they got together just to see if there was anything still there creatively between Brett and Bernard. But sadly not.
and Blur were still around and writing new music way after the britpop era
Every single arguement someone makes that point :)
if he and brett started writing again, they could certainly outshine the verve's "love is noise" and brett's solo songs about clowns.
It's relevant if they're you're favourite band and want to see them again! Bring on Hyde Park!
100x better then what the nme currently wank over, they are just scared as they dont know how to react to this news, do we wank over them or slate them?!?!??! WHATS COOL TO DO!!!!! Blur are so 90s we cant POSSIBLY enjoy them anymore as their avg. fan base is BOUND to be over 25 by now, etc. etc.
Given they're just quoting Bernard Butler I'm a bit confused as to what NME's policy towards reunions has to do with any of this.
It's as simple as that. The Britpop tag is meaningless. Some bands were great, some weren't. I'm really pleased to see Blur back because, at the very least, the story needed a full stop rather than what it got. And there's lots of money for them, yes, but then they already all had lots of money so they hardly need to do it to buy that Ferrari.