Suicide (1977 album)

Suicide is the influential debut album by the American duo Suicide, published in 1977. It is often referred to as one of the first synth pop albums, although it shows a tendency to Industrial in contrast to many well known albums from the synth pop genre. In 2003, the album was chosen at number 446 on the Rolling Stones list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The song Frankie Teardrop is included in Nick Hornby's book 31 songs from 2002, it also appeared in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's film In a Year with 13 Moons from the year 1978. The song Cheree is included in the final scene from Downtown 81 in which the artist Jean -Michel Basquiat was involved. The song Girl appeared fleetingly in Nick Zedd's film They Eat Scum of the 1979 song The Ghost Rider is in the video game Driver:. Contain Parallel Lines in 2006 and also appeared in True Crime: New York City.

From the song Ghost Rider REM, The Horrors, The Gories, Rollins Band, Loop, The Sisters of Mercy, Merzbow, Soft Cell and The Young Gods have made ​​a cover version, also it was used in a Brazilian deodorant commercials from 2005. Moreover, it was sampled for MIAs single Born Free from the year 2010. In September 2009, the album was performed live as part of arranged by All Tomorrow's Parties Do not Look Back series. It is listed in London again May 2010, where the duo accompanied the Stooges as opening act in the performance of Raw Power.

Title list

All songs were composed by Martin Rev and Alan Vega.

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