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Send Away the Tigers: 10 Year Collectors Edition [2 CD's+1DVD]

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Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74)(Limited Edition Digipak)

Review England.
The Queen Is Dead (3CD/1DVD)

Review Limited three disc (two CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition includes bonus DVD. EU two CD collection from the Welsh Alt-Rock trio. To celebrate the 21st anniversary of their first single release, National Treasures - the Complete Singles gathers 38 songs from the band's rich history, starting with initial Heavenly Records release 'Motown Junk' (1990) to tracks taken from last year's Postcards from a Young Man. Columbia.
OK COMPUTER OKNOTOK 1997 2017

Review MANIC STREET PREACHERS - FOREVER DELAYED: GREATEST HITS (180 GRAM) - 2 VINYL SET
Masseduction

Review 2014 release, the 12th studio album from the Welsh Alt-Rock superstars. FUTUROLOGY features contributions from Green Gartside, Nina Hoss, Cian Ciaran and Cate Le Bon. The album is the second of two albums which the band themselves describe as 'the last great phase of the Manics' - the first being REWIND THE FILM. When the band went into their own Cardiff based studio to start the sessions which led to the two albums, they found themselves being pulled into two directions, the first of which was the acoustic style songs of 'rewind..' which deals mostly with the topic of growing into middle age and the retrospective viewpoint of someone realizing they are no longer the 'generation terrorist' of their youth.
Singles (Deluxe Version) [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Review Originally released in May 1996, Everything Must Go was Manic Street Preachers' breakthrough album, garnering four hit singles; "A Design For Life", "Everything Must Go", "Kevin Carter" and "Australia". This limited edition, deluxe 12x12 box celebrates the 20th anniversary of this seminal record. Curated by the band, it contains the complete Nynex Arena show from 1997, fully restored and available here for the very first time. Also on DVD is an exclusive film about the album, Freed From Memories, directed by Kieran Evans (Kelly + Victor) plus music videos. The set is completed by with the remastered album on CD and heavyweight vinyl plus single B Sides and a 44 page book.
Lovely Creatures - The Best of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (1984-2014) (Ltd Edition, 3CD/1DVD/Book)

Review Digitally remastered and expanded three disc (two CDs + NTSC/Region 0) 20th Anniversary Legacy Edition of the Welsh band's 1992 debut album. Includes 18 bonus demo tracks plus a DVD that contains film clips, documentary, home movies, TV performances and more.
1967 - Sunshine Tomorrow [2 CD]

Review This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours by Manic Street Preachers

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Weather Diaries

Review Manic Street Preachers have come a long way from the raw Clash-style punky shoutings of their early singles and their later Guns N' Roses infatuation. Both The Holy Bible and Everything Must Go were albums to die for (almost literally: their old guitarist Richey James still hasn't been found since his disappearance a few years back), and this Welsh trio still have the capacity to enrage the most placid of souls. Some find their contradictions far too great to handle, others (this critic included) find them wonderfully inspirational. This Is My Truth is an elegant, epic album full of the huge choruses and direct slogans we've come to know and love. The No. 1 U.K. hit "If You Tolerate This, Your Children Will Be Next" is a deceptively subtle groover with a Motown-style beat--almost Jam's "A Town Called Malice" for the '90s. The windswept "Tsunami" uses sitars to get its message across, while "The Everlasting" is simply beautiful. OK, James Dean Bradfield may have a limited vocal range, but he sure has passion to spare. Four albums after they promised to break up, the Manics are still as impassioned as ever. --Everett True
In Spades

Review 2010 release, the 10th studio album from the Welsh trio. Postcards from a Young Man is the follow up to 2009's Journal for Plague Lovers but is musically very different and more in the vein of Send Away the Tigers and Everything Must Go with unashamed soaring choruses, lots of strings and gospel choirs. It was recorded in Cardiff with producer Dave Eringa and mixed by Chris Lord Alge in the U.S. The album features guest vocals from Ian McCulloch ("Some Kind of Nothingness"), John Cale on piano ("Auto-Intoxication") and Duff McKagen playing bass ("A Billion Balconies Facing the Sun"). Manics bassist Nicky Wire sings lead vocals on "The Future Has Been Here 4 Ever" alongside drummer Sean Moore on the trumpet. Columbia.
A New Career In A New Town (1977-1982)(11CD)

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The Holy Bible

Review England.
Everything Must Go

Review Limited three disc (two CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition includes bonus DVD. EU two CD collection from the Welsh Alt-Rock trio. To celebrate the 21st anniversary of their first single release, National Treasures - the Complete Singles gathers 38 songs from the band's rich history, starting with initial Heavenly Records release 'Motown Junk' (1990) to tracks taken from last year's Postcards from a Young Man. Columbia.
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours

Review MANIC STREET PREACHERS - FOREVER DELAYED: GREATEST HITS (180 GRAM) - 2 VINYL SET
american dream

Review 2014 release, the 12th studio album from the Welsh Alt-Rock superstars. FUTUROLOGY features contributions from Green Gartside, Nina Hoss, Cian Ciaran and Cate Le Bon. The album is the second of two albums which the band themselves describe as 'the last great phase of the Manics' - the first being REWIND THE FILM. When the band went into their own Cardiff based studio to start the sessions which led to the two albums, they found themselves being pulled into two directions, the first of which was the acoustic style songs of 'rewind..' which deals mostly with the topic of growing into middle age and the retrospective viewpoint of someone realizing they are no longer the 'generation terrorist' of their youth.
Gold Against the Soul

Review Originally released in May 1996, Everything Must Go was Manic Street Preachers' breakthrough album, garnering four hit singles; "A Design For Life", "Everything Must Go", "Kevin Carter" and "Australia". This limited edition, deluxe 12x12 box celebrates the 20th anniversary of this seminal record. Curated by the band, it contains the complete Nynex Arena show from 1997, fully restored and available here for the very first time. Also on DVD is an exclusive film about the album, Freed From Memories, directed by Kieran Evans (Kelly + Victor) plus music videos. The set is completed by with the remastered album on CD and heavyweight vinyl plus single B Sides and a 44 page book.
Futurology

Review Digitally remastered and expanded three disc (two CDs + NTSC/Region 0) 20th Anniversary Legacy Edition of the Welsh band's 1992 debut album. Includes 18 bonus demo tracks plus a DVD that contains film clips, documentary, home movies, TV performances and more.
Postcards From a Young Man

Review This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours by Manic Street Preachers

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


Journal for Plague Lovers-Deluxe

Review Manic Street Preachers have come a long way from the raw Clash-style punky shoutings of their early singles and their later Guns N' Roses infatuation. Both The Holy Bible and Everything Must Go were albums to die for (almost literally: their old guitarist Richey James still hasn't been found since his disappearance a few years back), and this Welsh trio still have the capacity to enrage the most placid of souls. Some find their contradictions far too great to handle, others (this critic included) find them wonderfully inspirational. This Is My Truth is an elegant, epic album full of the huge choruses and direct slogans we've come to know and love. The No. 1 U.K. hit "If You Tolerate This, Your Children Will Be Next" is a deceptively subtle groover with a Motown-style beat--almost Jam's "A Town Called Malice" for the '90s. The windswept "Tsunami" uses sitars to get its message across, while "The Everlasting" is simply beautiful. OK, James Dean Bradfield may have a limited vocal range, but he sure has passion to spare. Four albums after they promised to break up, the Manics are still as impassioned as ever. --Everett True
Generation Terrorists

Review 2010 release, the 10th studio album from the Welsh trio. Postcards from a Young Man is the follow up to 2009's Journal for Plague Lovers but is musically very different and more in the vein of Send Away the Tigers and Everything Must Go with unashamed soaring choruses, lots of strings and gospel choirs. It was recorded in Cardiff with producer Dave Eringa and mixed by Chris Lord Alge in the U.S. The album features guest vocals from Ian McCulloch ("Some Kind of Nothingness"), John Cale on piano ("Auto-Intoxication") and Duff McKagen playing bass ("A Billion Balconies Facing the Sun"). Manics bassist Nicky Wire sings lead vocals on "The Future Has Been Here 4 Ever" alongside drummer Sean Moore on the trumpet. Columbia.

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