Snakebite And Black: The Most Significant Albums Of 1993, Part One.

2 thoughts on “Snakebite And Black: The Most Significant Albums Of 1993, Part One.”

  1. Whatever the case, ‘Popscene’ is certainly one of the all-time great lost singles, a frenetic punk/music hall stomp whose ‘failure’ in the charts (it reached number 32, only four lower than ‘For Tomorrow’) led to the band refusing to include it on the finished album. In retrospect this was clearly a very silly thing to do, but it’d seem ludicrous to rehabilitate it now; instead it occupies pride of place on the bonus disc, pretty much giving Modern Life… the most desirable set of extras in this reissues series by default.

  2. As a seriously hardcore Bjork and Suede lover, I’m pleased you included them but I have always found it interesting that in equal measure people either adore them or are annoyed by them. A pendulistic perspective I’m not quite sure I can understand objectively.

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