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Black Rainbows

Brett Anderson

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Album Review

This fourth solo album from the former Suede frontman is the follow-up to 2009's Slow Attack. Working once again with co-writer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Leo Abrahams (probably best known for his work on Brian Eno's Small Craft on a Milk Sea), here Anderson eschews the acoustic soundtrack ambience of the last album for a "restless, noisy and dynamic" sound described as "a return to the rock band format.", Rovi

Customer Reviews

Brett's finest solo album

This is far and away Brett Anderson's best solo album yet. It captures more energy than his previous outings apart from his band Suede (aka, The London Suede). "Brittle Heart" is the standout track... extremely catchy and dramatic, with some of that old Suede flair. "Unsung" and "I Count The Times" are solid tracks, while "In The House of Numbers" is kind of whimsical, (especially with an easily misinterpreted lyric). Finally, "This Must Be Where It Ends" is beautifully sad and haunting.

Biography

Born: September 29, 1967 in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, Engl

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When Suede released their self-titled debut album in 1993, vocalist Brett Anderson endeared himself to U.K. critics longing for another David Bowie or Morrissey. Born in Haywards Heath, England on September 29, 1967, Anderson was named after the character Lord Brett Sinclair from the TV series The Persuaders. Anderson spent much of his childhood playing sports but fantasized about becoming a rock star. In his teens, he played guitar for garage bands such as the Pigs and Geoff, the latter featuring...
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