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A gig at the ULU in October 1991, which caught the attention of the media, was Frischmann's final gig.John Mulvey of the NME, the journalist who first wrote about Suede was there. if not exactly eroticism, then something a little bit dangerous and exciting." After seeing the band perform at an NME show in January 1992, Saul Galpern approached them about signing to his independent record label Nude Records."If Justine hadn't left the band," Anderson said, "I don't think we'd have got anywhere.It was a combination of being personally motivated, and the chemistry being right once she'd left." Anderson and Butler became close friends and began writing several new songs together.Their seventh album Night Thoughts followed in 2016 and became an even bigger critical and commercial success than its predecessor. Suede's first breakthrough came with their second demo Specially Suede which they sent to compete in Demo Clash, a radio show on Greater London Radio run by the DJ Gary Crowley.in the magazine's 28 October 1989 issue seeking to fill the position: "Young guitar player needed by London based band. "Wonderful Sometimes" won Demo Clash for five Sundays in a row during 1990, leading to a recording contract with the Brighton-based indie label RML.Although a commercial disappointment at the time, the album was met with a generally enthusiastic reception on release and has, over time been lauded with universal acclaim from critics.
Anderson said, "For the whole of 1991, A&R men wouldn't give us a second look." Through the end of 1991 and early 1992, Suede received a number of favourable mentions in the music press, receiving slots at shows hosted by NME and attended by significant musical figures such as the former Smiths singer, Morrissey.
The album was promoted heavily with the band receiving considerable press coverage on its release, however the response from fans and critics was less enthusiastic than for previous records.
Codling left the band in 2001, citing chronic fatigue syndrome and was replaced by Alex Lee.
Suede eventually signed a two single deal to Nude in February 1992 for the sum of £3,132.
Shortly after the release of "Metal Mickey", Suede signed to Nude/Sony.