Suicide was released in December 1977. Howard Thompson of Bronze Records in the United Kingdom received a copy of the album from the United States. After listening to it he went to New York to see the group perform live and negotiate a deal to license their music for Bronze. The album failed to chart in both the United States and the United Kingdom. A single for the song “Cheree” was released in May 1978 on both 7-inch and 12-inch vinyl formats.The single featured a remixed version of “Cheree” with the B-Side “I Remember”. John Lydon of the Sex Pistols reviewed the single for the NME, referring to it as “Je t’aime with tape hiss”.