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Dog Man Star (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Dog Man Star (Deluxe Version) by Suede. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Glam Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:38:09 minutes.

Artist: Suede
Release date: 1994
Genre: Rock, Glam Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:38:09
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No. Title Length
1. Introducing the Band 2:37
2. We Are the Pigs 4:20
3. Heroine 3:19
4. The Wild Ones 4:44
5. Daddy's Speeding 5:21
6. The Power 4:31
7. New Generation 4:37
8. This Hollywood Life 3:49
9. The 2 of Us 5:45
10. Black or Blue 3:46
11. The Asphalt World 9:25
12. Still Life 5:22
13. Squidgy Bun (Introducing the Band Demo) 2:34
14. Ken (The Wild Ones Demo) 5:37
15. A Man's Song (Heroine Demo) 2:52
16. Banana Youth (The Power Demo) 4:00
17. The 2 of Us (Demo) 6:40
18. My Dark Star 4:23
19. The Living Dead 2:48
20. Stay Together (Long Version) 7:24
21. Killing of a Flashboy 4:05
22. Whipsnade 4:18
23. This World Needs a Father 3:53
24. Modern Boys 4:07
25. Eno's Introducing the Band 16:03
26. La puissance (The Power) 1:22
27. The Living Dead (Piano Version) 2:46
28. We Believe in Showbiz 3:46
29. Still Life (Orchestral Version) 5:13
30. The Wild Ones (Unedited Version) 7:16
31. The Asphalt World (Unedited Version) 11:26



Escalating tensions between frontman Brett Anderson and guitarist Bernard Butler had come to a head, resulting in Butler’s departure before Suede's second album was finished. Subsequently, the songs on Dog Man Star veered from the band’s hip-shaking glam rock, leaning harder on the darkly romantic bedroom ballads. The strongest of these was “The Wild Ones”: a soaring serenade enveloped in beautifully moody melodies, making for what Anderson has repeatedly referred to as his all-time favorite Suede song. The slightly more uptempo “We Are the Pigs” is another album standout. The song's unpredictable melodies consciously aimed to put a distance between the band and the then-burgeoning britpop of Blur and Oasis. By infusing its songs with personal tensions and the melancholic lows that followed its first album's success, Suede dodged a sophomore slump. The result is what many fans and critics regard as the band’s best album. Three previously unreleased demos bookend the deluxe reissue.