As far as I am concerned, with respect to Suede's debut album, the reissue trounces the original. This is the way I've always wanted to hear the LP. The soundstage is greater, the drums are heftier, they are meatier, there is less overall compression, the bass is somewhat improved though still not where I wish it was, the vocals sound less processed, and finally there is so much more detail. For example, on "The Drowners" you can hear the acoustic guitars like you never could on the original vinyl.
This plays out similarly on other tracks - "Breakdown" just sounds bigger and the acoustic guitars much more apparent. The difference is heard most drastically on "So Young" - where before the acoustic guitar sounded muddy, it now chimes very clearly. The sound on the acoustic guitars is the greatest triumph here. I recall reading some complaints about sibilance - on my system the sibilance is no greater on these reissues than on the originals in any event it is minimal.
This leads me to believe that the sibilance is a product of the original recording. As a big Suede fan, the sound on this first LP alone makes this box worth it for me. I plan on comparing Dog Man Star tomorrow and will post my thoughts on that, and comparisons of Coming Up and Head Music in the coming days. However, with the debut, I don't see myself listening to the original ever again except to maybe demonstrate to friends how mastering can make a huge difference on the sound of a record.
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Archived from the original on 1 JuneSci-Fi Lullabies is a two-disc compilation album by English alternative rock band Suede released by Nude Records on 6 October , consisting of B-sides from the singles that were released from the group's first three albums. It reached no. 9 on the UK Albums .