It won the Mercury Music Prize and helped foster Britpop as a musical genre.
However, the band's follow-up, Dog Man Star (1994), showed Suede distancing themselves from their Britpop peers.
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.
After a series of gigs with an unreliable drum machine, Suede decided to recruit a full-time drummer.