Suede : Positivity
Oh my God
'Positivity' sounds like it could be lifted from 1996's 'Coming Up', though without the [a][/a]
pretensions, the affected social commentary or anything else that ever made Suedeinteresting. And Brett Anderson's lyrical touch has taken a dip. He references 'Dynasty', a show older than most of NME's readers AND writers, and at one point he sings "[I]Your smile is your credit card and your currency is your love[/I]". He really does. For the love of God chaps, you still have fans. Go quietly now, and they'll remain true.
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