The Suede group was founded in 1989 in England and immediately gained a lot of positive criticism. Even before the release of the first single, newspapers wrote that Suede would be “the best new British band”.
Vocalist Brett Anderson, guitarist Bernard Butler and the rest of the band were inspired by the work of David Bowie and The Smiths. The first album, simply titled “Suede”, became quite a big event on the British music market.
During the recording of the second album “Dog Man Star” there was a quarrel between Anderson and Butler, so the guitarist left Suede. However, the group did not fall apart and in 1996 they released the “Coming Up” longplay, which jumped to the top of the British charts.