Love and Poison

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This article is about the live concert video by Suede. For the official biography of the same name, see Love and Poison (book).
Love and Poison
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Video by Suede
Released 15 November 1993 (VHS)
Recorded 16 May 1993
Length 57 minutes
Label Sony/SMV Enterprises
Director W.I.Z.
Suede chronology
Love and Poison
(1993)
Introducing The Band
(1995)

Love and Poison (released 1993) is a live concert video of Suede's show at the Brixton Academy venue on 16 May 1993, notable mainly for its collection of early songs from their debut album Suede. Along with the nine songs from the album were four B-sides. Love and Poison seen a DVD release on the deluxe re-issue of Suede's self-titled debut album.[1] Dean Carlson of Allmusic rated the video 4 stars, praising guitarist Bernard Butler's performance, however seemingly criticising director W.I.Z.'s camera techniques; however, his review would appear to be partly satirical.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler.

  1. "The Next Life"
  2. "Moving"
  3. "Animal Nitrate"
  4. "My Insatiable One"
  5. "Metal Mickey"
  6. "Pantomime Horse"
  7. "He's Dead"
  8. "The Drowners"
  9. "Painted People"
  10. "She's Not Dead"
  11. "To the Birds"
  12. "Sleeping Pills"
  13. "So Young"

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