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In 1998, Q readers voted it the 11th greatest album of all time, while in 2000 the same magazine placed it at number 39 in its list of the "100 Greatest British Albums Ever". The album also won the award for Best British Album at the 1997 Brit Awards.

A 10th anniversary edition of the album was released on November 6, 2006. It included the original album, demos, B-sides, remixes, rehearsals and alternate takes of the album's songs, spread out over two CDs. An additional DVD, featuring music videos, live performances, TV appearances, a 45-minute documentary on the making of the album, and two films by Patrick Jones, completed the three-disc set

Disc: 1
1. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
2. A Design For Life
3. Kevin Carter
4. Enola/Alone
5. Everything Must Go
6. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
7. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
8. Removables
9. Australia
10. Interiors (song for Willem De Kooning)
11. Further Away
12. No Surface All Feeling
13. Enola/Alone (live)
14. Kevin Carter (live)
15. Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning) (live)
16. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier (live)
17. Everything Must Go (live)
18. A Design For Life (live)
19. A Design For Life (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)

Disc: 2
1. Dixie
2. No Surface All Feeling (demo)
3. Further Away (demo)
4. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky (demo)
5. No One Knows What It's Like To Be Me (demo)
6. Australia (acoustic demo)
7. No Surface All Feeling (acoustic demo)
8. Interiors (acoustic demo)
9. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God (acoustic demo)
10. A Design For Life (first rehearsal)
11. Kevin Carter (first rehearsal)
12. Mr Carbohydrate
13. Dead Trees And Traffic Islands
14. Dead Passive
15. Black Garden
16. Hanging On
17. No One Knows What It's Like To Be Me
18. Horses Under Starlight
19. Sepia
20. First Republic
21. Australia (Stephen Hague production)
22. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God

Disc: 3
1. Bonus DVD:
2. The Making of 'Everything Must Go'
3. TV performances:
4. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky (Later...With Jools Holland)
5. Australia (Later...With Jools Holland)
6. A Design For Life (TFI Friday)
7. No Surface All Feeling (Reading 1997)
8. Everything Must Go (Saturday Live)
9. A Design For Life (BRIT Awards + speech)
10. Live:
11. 'Elona/Alone'/'Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky'/'The Girl Who Wanted To Be God' (Manchester Nynex, 1997)
12. Films by Patrick Jones:
13. Further Away - new video
14. Home Movie
15. Videos:
16. A Design For Life
17. Everything Must Go
18. Kevin Carter
19. Australia

Note also same price £3.99 at HMV, elsewhere from £6.99
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banned#1
who is it
manic street preachers?
cant stand them
#2
this is probably one of their best albums..HOT
#3
Mascherano
who is it
manic street preachers?
cant stand them


Uh oh! Bucks fizz fans are here:p
#4
Excellent bargain.
#5
Quality album. I bought the normal 1 disc version the other week for 99p and it's as good as it was years back.
#6
Oh what a fantastic album.
#7
Shame the b-sides to EMG are so Terrible as this is great value!
banned#8
have they found that one who ****ed off yet?
#9
Mascherano
have they found that one who ****ed off yet?


maybe you could do the same
#10
we do bands always do this. Means I'll have two copies of the album now!!
#11
travid
Uh oh! Bucks fizz fans are here:p


made me chuckle :-D
#12
In 1998, Q readers voted it the 11th greatest album of all time, while in 2000 the same magazine placed it at number 39 in its list of the "100 Greatest British Albums Ever".

So in the 2 years from 1998 to 2000 there were at least 28 british albums made that were better than this one? I can only think of Bob the Builder and Craig David who were any good around that time
#13
BadBadger
In 1998, Q readers voted it the 11th greatest album of all time, while in 2000 the same magazine placed it at number 39 in its list of the "100 Greatest British Albums Ever".

So in the 2 years from 1998 to 2000 there were at least 28 british albums made that were better than this one? I can only think of Bob the Builder and Craig David who were any good around that time


depends if the 2nd list was a reader vote, or compiled by the magazine writers themselves.

still, a cracking album, but seeing stuff like this having 10 year anniversary editions, etc, makes me feel dead bloody old!

and i'm only 28!
#14
spaceboyo
we do bands always do this. Means I'll have two copies of the album now!!


I think the 10 year gap, the amount of extra material and the price make this a bargain!

However, I much prefer The Holy Bible. The American remix of on the 10th anniversary series set is outstanding.
#15
Ordered, some good classics on Amazon recently. Just got The Stone Roses deal that was posted recently.
#16
souljacker
this is probably one of their best albums..HOT


IMHO THE best - so dark, brooding and nasty!
#17
cowkiller

still, a cracking album, but seeing stuff like this having 10 year anniversary editions, etc, makes me feel dead bloody old!

and i'm only 28!

Especially since this edition is 4 years old - it's the 14th anniversary this year!
#18
Gone - now 7.99

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