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"Metal Mickey" Single by Suede from the album Suede Released September 14, 1992 Format CD, Vinyl record (7", 12") Recorded 1992 Genre Britpop Length 3:27 Label Nude Records Producer Ed Buller Suede singles chronology "The Drowners" (1992) "Metal Mickey" (1992) "Animal Nitrate" (1993) "Metal Mickey" is the second single from the debut album by Suede, released on September 14, 1992 on Nude Records. It charted at number 17 on the UK singles chart, a considerable improvement on their previous single, "The Drowners", which failed to crack the top 40. Performed by the group on their appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, it became the only Suede single to crack the US Modern Rock top 10, peaking at number 7 in 1993.[1] "Metal Mickey" is the only Suede single not to feature the title in the songs lyrics. Track listings All songs written by Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler. CD "Metal Mickey" "Where the Pigs Don't Fly" "He's Dead" 12" "Metal Mickey" "Where the Pigs Don't Fly" "He's Dead" 7" "Metal Mickey" "Where the Pigs Don't Fly" References ^ Billboard Singles Chart History. v · d · eSuede Brett Anderson · Richard Oakes · Mat Osman · Simon Gilbert · Neil Codling Bernard Butler · Alex Lee · Justine Frischmann Studio albums Suede · Dog Man Star · Coming Up · Head Music · A New Morning Compilations Sci-Fi Lullabies · Singles · See You in the Next Life · The Best of Suede Singles "The Drowners" · "Metal Mickey" · "Animal Nitrate" · "So Young" · "Stay Together" · "We Are the Pigs" · "The Wild Ones" · "New Generation" · "Trash" · "Beautiful Ones" · "Saturday Night" · "Lazy" · "Filmstar" · "Electricity" · "She's in Fashion" · "Everything Will Flow" · "Can't Get Enough" · "Positivity" · "Obsessions" · "Attitude"/"Golden Gun" Videos Love and Poison · Introducing The Band · Lost In TV Related articles Britpop · Discography · The Tears · McAlmont and Butler · Elastica · Futon · Love and Poison