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Suicide - Suicide mp3 flac Performer: Suicide
Title: Suicide
Style: New Wave, Experimental
Released: 1977
FLAC album: 1206 mb
MP3 album: 1795 mb
Rating: 4.7
Genre: Electronic / Rock


Ghost Rider2:27
Frankie Teardrop10:25
Rocket U.S.A.4:17


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RS 1, RS1Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)Red Star Records, Red Star RecordsRS 1, RS1US1977
26 207 XOTSuicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)Ariola, Red Star Records, Bronze26 207 XOTNetherlands1977
RS 1, RS1Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, Promo, TP)Red Star Records, Red Star RecordsRS 1, RS1US1977
TC BRON 508Suicide Suicide ‎(Cass, Album)Bronze, Red Star RecordsTC BRON 508UK1978
RS 1Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)Red Star RecordsRS 1Italy1978
BRON 508Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)Bronze, Red Star RecordsBRON 508UK1978
BRO 2026Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)BronzeBRO 2026France1978
26 207 XOTSuicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)Ariola26 207 XOTGermany1978
RS 1Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, Promo)Red Star RecordsRS 1Italy1978
26048-ISuicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Ariola26048-ISpain1978
BASE 6001Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album)Basement Records BASE 6001Canada1979
RED 802Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, M/Print, TP)Red Star RecordsRED 802US1980
RED 800Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Red Star RecordsRED 800US1980
CEL 6612Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)CelluloidCEL 6612France1980
RED 800Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE + Flexi, 9", Album, Ltd, RE)Red Star RecordsRED 800US1980
Fiend CD 74Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE)Demon RecordsFiend CD 74UK1986
FIEND 74Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Demon Records, Demon RecordsFIEND 74UK1986
FIEND 74Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Demon RecordsFIEND 74UK1986
FIEND 74Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Demon RecordsFIEND 74UK1986
FIEND 74Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Demon RecordsFIEND 74UK1986
FIEND 74Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Demon RecordsFIEND 74UK1986
RS 7001-2Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RM)Red Star RecordsRS 7001-2US1996
ABFFP133CDSuicide Suicide ‎(2xCD, Promo, RE, RM)Blast FirstABFFP133CDUK1998
Bffp133LPSuicide Suicide ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM)Blast First, Red Star RecordsBffp133LPUK1998
Bffp133CDSuicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD)Blast First, Red Star RecordsBffp133CDUK1998
Bffp133CDSuicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Bon)Blast First, Red Star RecordsBffp133CDEurope1998
Bffp133CD, 5016027611339Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Bon)Blast First, Blast FirstBffp133CD, 5016027611339UK & Europe1998
Bffp133CD, 5016027611339Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Bon)Blast First, Blast FirstBffp133CD, 5016027611339UK & Europe1998
Bffp133CDLSuicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Scr + CD)Blast FirstBffp133CDLUK1998
RS 7001-1, RS7001-1Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)Red Star Records, Red Star RecordsRS 7001-1, RS7001-1US1999
9104-2Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, RM, Bon)Mute, Red Star Records9104-2US2000
noneSuicide Suicide ‎(17xFile, WAV, Album, RE, RM)MutenoneEurope2013
RS 7001-1Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Red)Red Star RecordsRS 7001-1US2014
SV109Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Superior ViaductSV109US2016
SUICIDECD01Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, RE, RM, Med)BMG, MuteSUICIDECD01Europe2019
SUICIDELP01Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE, Red)BMG, MuteSUICIDELP01Europe2019
Bffp133CD, 07243 5 98741 2 8Suicide Suicide ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, RP + CD)Blast First, MuteBffp133CD, 07243 5 98741 2 8UKUnknown
Bffp133CDSuicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD + RP)Blast First, Red Star Records, MuteBffp133CDUK & EuropeUnknown
Bffp133CD, 0724359874227Suicide Suicide ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP + CD)Blast First, Blast First, MuteBffp133CD, 0724359874227UKUnknown
RS-6001CSuicide Suicide ‎(Cass, Album, RE)Red Star RecordsRS-6001CUSUnknown
BRO 2026Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)BronzeBRO 2026FranceUnknown
RS6001Suicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE)Red Star RecordsRS6001USUnknown
26 207 XOTSuicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Ariola 26 207 XOTGermanyUnknown
26 207 XOTSuicide Suicide ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Ariola26 207 XOTGermanyUnknown


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Comments: (59)
not the best. I compared this with a 1977 1st US, a 1980 second US, and an unknown/2000s pressing and compared to the first and second pressings this mix is a bit brittle. However, the contents of the second disc + all the extra studio recordings on disc one are phenomenal.
So, by chance, I listened to Springsteen's 'Nebraska' and then this Suicide LP both throughout the day, and Frankie Teardrop is pretty much the antipodes of all Bruce Springsteen protagonists, who are romanticized and given a Guthrian, 'society got me down' angle. Nope, this is just bleak, fucked, scorched earth desperation. The scary transparent reality of1977 NYC by Suicide, and the scary halcyon view of 1977 middle america by Bruce are an interesting take on Americanism at the time. One can see the need for both, yet the deranged-unnerving-Zola-esque realism of Suicide seems to me more interesting overall, I love both, and bridging the gap between Bruce and Suicide is not exactly an obvious road to take, but there ya go. More scotch for me please.
What a record. Whilst the pressing itself sounds good in my opinion, it’s a shame that I’ve ordered two and they’ve both arrived extremely warped.
Mine pretty warped too but plays well and sounds good.
Finally got this on vinyl after owning only the CD and all I can say is this pressing is fantastic.
How does this pressing sound? Considering this as a more affordable alternative to the Red Star original.
As good'a sound as one can hope for from a digital remaster. Bright, with a quiet pressing. Worth having.
To make room for the extra tracks, the song "Girl" was omitted on this release.
The music istself sounds really good. Packaging is nice. Nice red vinyl. Noisy in beteeen songs. GZ vinyl is hit and miss.
Sadly, this isn't the original LP mix (Cheree and Girl, especially, are alternate mixes that Marty Thau added at a later date).
None other than Craig Leon told me that every version beyond the 1980s isn’t the original LP mix...remixed tracks have been substituted by Marty Thau. Leon vouches for the 1986 Demon reissue, which he was personally involved with. It’s the only reissue from the original master tapes.
What is the basis for this assertion? Granted I’ve only ever lived with this album digitally until now, but it sounds like a decently remastered version of the usual record to me. Is every digital version of the album “not the original mix” also?
Happy this finally received a decent reissue. I’ve been looking for a clean copy of this record for a while now and this is a solid pressing; flat and quiet and sounds good. Pretty nice low end on this thing, powerful and expansive (is it like that on the original?). Clean vocals, thick tonality, detailed and present. Sounds pretty good although it may lose some of the original analog warmth and definition. Overall, a pleasurable listening experience. Of you really turn up Frankie Teardrop you’re in for a ride.
Ended up snagging one of these to compliment my og Canadian pressing with the slightly different tracklist. Now, because the Canadian pressing has different art work, I have to ask if the artwork on this particular pressing is distorted because of shoddy quality or was the original U.S. just the same?
I owned an original pressing in nm condition and I feel like the sound quality of this pressing is awesome. Thick and full sounding, clean, and loud. I dunno about the SV but this sounds amazing! Top job!
I have the original Canadian pressing and might pick this up because it has the original tracklist. Worth it or nah?
Audio quality/ mastering of This pressing or the superior viaduct?
Love Me
Bonus tracks are a really nice addition to this repress.
Are we absolutely certain about that 9" dimension on the flexi?
Too lazy to get a ruler, but I just compared it with another 9" record I have and yeah it's 9" (give or take a smidge)
I bought my copy in same time Alan Vega + Martin Rev formed again Suicide in 1986 and tour in Europe to celebrate &st album recording. Great Show and sound in Lyon, France at ENTPE. I guess it's the reason there was Red Star on centre of the record re-edit and later change for the classical Demon logo.
Digitally remastered but still sounds swell; full and rich. Clear vocals, though a tad processed sounding here n there, could be due to the heavy vocal effects used during recording tho. Still, clarity is excellent and detail is immaculate. Sounds really good. The pressing is quality too. Flat, centered, couple of clicks n pops but nothing overwhelming. A nice clean copy of this record to enjoy for sure.
Fantastic sound on this reissue. Crisp, deep and detailed. Winner!
Steamy Ibis
Is the sound quality of this decent? Anyone who owns a copy?
I'm happy with the way mine sounds on my Pro-Ject deck.
  chainfire. Plain white paper inner sleeve, I confirm. Bought my copy beginning of 78.
crazy mashine
I bought this versión and it have a failure, on Frankie teardrop the right channel have a 2 or 3 seconds of silence, just like if you pull out the RCA of the channel...
With the inclusion of 'I Remember,' I consider this track listing as superior to the original Red Star release.
Sounds great. Dead quiet between tracks and no noise during fadeouts. Glad to have this on vinyl after years of listening to the cd. Includes a nice anecdote from Thurston Moore. My girlfriend definitely did not appreciate being woken from her nap by Frankie Teardrop.
What's the consensus on the quality of this pressing? Should I get this version, or the Superior Viaduct reissue?
Hi, I think it sounds fine to my ears. If you cant afford an original in good condition, I think this reissue is a good option
g1mrg Hi, man. You know, I don't have an original to hand but I have a pretty good ear. You just know when the sound of something is great, and you just know when the sound of something fails to reach your soul. As an example, I recently got an original copy of Pere Ubu's 'Terminal Tower'! what sonic wonder! or , Listen to the 7'' of 'Invisible Sun' by the Police , wow! - I could cite many an example.,.. I always suspected this Suicide version to be a botched job. So much I am gonna get rid of it. Same with the 4MWB issue of the MOdern Lovers... or the Betty Davis' 'They Say I am ...' on Just Sunshine Records - they fail to reach. Music and sound are magical things. Once you screw up with the originals or cut corners the results amount to zero. you may as well be listening to a kebab on the floor. I feel so strongly about these things i feel those who shortchange (in music , in arts, in shops) should be jailed. DON'T GET THIS VERSION .... (i could be wrong,,,, but i feel there is something missing. ANd in music when there's something missing, as you know, everything is missing). Best regards, brother.
And the song "Johnny" ends abruptly. I believe it was purposely unedited without a fade out.
There has to be a reissue of this one. Just bought it in a Fnac store mint 9 Nov 2016.But all the codes and etchings are a match for this release.
As far as I know this was kept in print up until earlier this year before being deleted (around April or May) presumably to make way for the Superior Viaduct version. What you bought was likely just leftover stock.
The mix on "Cheree" is clearly different from any other version. Some muffled rhythm box can be heard in the background.
Crazy. I never noticed this! Maybe they used the single mix along with "I remember."
Mine seems to be pitched up a whole step more than it should be?
Mine is slower :P I'm joking, sounds fine to my ears.
Interesting, I am hearing it some more now and it does seem to actually be a half step not a whole stepOdd
just purchased this and compared to original UK pressing on Bronze Same pitch/speed to my ears
Could be that vinyl sounding better than other media could be making the difference in sound quality of different recordings more evident. My does that also. I try to listen to older inferior recordings before newer high quality recordings per listening session.
Interesting, my record player seems to do this to some records while at the same time other records play perfectly, confusing!
Just compared the new pressing's "Ghost Rider" to a digital version (on youtube) and they run at the exact same pitch/speed.
I heard they remastered it, so maybe they changed the pitch.
No I definitely have, I've listened to the CD version countless time and have listened to it elsewhere more times than I can remember. Of course this could still be a problem on my end, but this definitely played a whole step higher on my record player (which isn't anything to fancy, to clarify).
Have you ever heard it on a different media? I think it just sounds that way.
Great record, and the red-colored vinyl is a sweet touch.
tracks 3 and 5 (Cherree and Girl) on side one have a different mix to original pressing (additional echo added)
I hope you don't mind me asking what you think about this pressing, especially the sound quality? Was it worth the money?
Best album of 1977,even better than "Never Mind The Bollocks""Frankie Teardrop" is a horror film on vinylThe album is so very American, but it's theDavid Lynch USA, bizarre 50's.
Does anyone know what the inner sleeve looks like for this release? Trying to verify a complete copy of this. Mine has plain white paper sleeve. But doesn't feel right to me. Anyone?
Plain white paper is OK. Same for my copy. I bought it when it went out.
the monster
Same for me. Plain white paper with nothing written on it.
Hello. For the 1st pressing, i've a plain white paper too.
The missing link !...between elvis presley & techno. First and unique electronic rock'n'roll record !...This essential bridge to modernity will always have 30 years ahead !! And they started in 1971, genius tramps ! First and real punks !
I was first exposed to Suicide by John Peel's BBC Radio show in the UK in 1977. The way he introduced the track immediately grabbed my attention - "Now, I first played this track a few weeks ago, and I've since had a number of requests from listeners NEVER to play it again. So, for all of you, here are Suicide - and "Frankie Teardrop".. (Probably not his exact words, but close to them). What followed was ten minutes of gruesome, desperate anguish brought into stark life, even through a cheap mono transistor radio. Simply a milestone record in Rock history. People working with cobbled-together electronics and a sprit of independence, who somehow managed to translate raw emotion and imagery into the sound coming out of your speakers more powerfully than anyone before (or arguably since). This record makes movies in your head; escapist, voyeuristic, sleazy, right-on-the-edge ones in glorious widescreen super-high-def. Often described as "ahead of it's time", I'd simply call it timeless. Wait 'till dark, draw the curtains, turn out the lights and absorb it. It'll force you to inhabit extremely vivid worlds, some you might not be too comfortable with, some you might want to stay in forever. Warm and cosy this ain't. Beware. Danger lurks within...
Suicide self-titled debut is hard to top. Unfortunately, it also meant that the band itself will be forced to try and top it in the following years, which is not an easy thing to do. This album, along with early Throbbing Gristle material was a precursor to industrial/experimental/noise madness of the 80s and 90s. Much of it is an honest portrayal of daily life with all of its weirdness, culminating in 10-minute (which seems to be an eternity, given that you listen to it at night) monster "Frankie Teardrop". Anyone who have ears will probably shiver after hearing screams in that song. Overall, this is one of the most recognizable albums falling under "uneasy listening" category.
Classic! To label this album under the category "uneasy listening" is a bit unfair. I find the album after all the years very listenable. I love the over-all very sweet voices of Alan Vega, think of 'Cheree'. All the lovely tiny melodies of Martin Rev's organs that tickle your ears while a close 'listening' session. Even Frankie Teardrop has it's tender moments. I recomment to file this under "other" or "experimental pop". {sorry for my crappy english}