Neil Codling

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Neil John Codling (born in 1973 in Tiddington, Warwickshire) is a musician, singer and songwriter, best known for playing keyboard for the band, Suede. In 2001, he retired from Suede after developing chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).[1]

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"London Suede keyboardist Neil Codling has left the famed U.K. rock act due to an ongoing battle with chronic fatigue syndrome. Codling was healthy enough to perform live with Suede last year, but his condition worsened as the group prepared to begin work on a new studio album."[2][3]

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