Sci-Fi Lullabies (1997) Brit-pop dandy Brett Anderson has used his London Suede vehicle to lyrically cruise through seamy, sinful underworlds that would scare the pantaloons off less carnal… The London Suede Rock
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Sci-Fi Lullabies (1997)

The London Suede, Sci-Fi Lullabies

DOWN TO EARTH: Brit pop dandies fly high on new disc

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Details Lead Performance: The London Suede; Genre: Rock

Brit-pop dandy Brett Anderson has used his London Suede vehicle to lyrically cruise through seamy, sinful underworlds that would scare the pantaloons off less carnal combos. And he’s a tireless diarist, judging from this anthology of 27 (!) U.K.-single B sides, each one—like the grim concert staple “Killing of a Flash Boy”—as fey, somber, and solid as any album track. “Have You Ever Been This Low?” Anderson wonders. If not, you will be soon. A
Originally posted Dec 29, 1997