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Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go: 10th Anniversary Edition: 2cd + Dvd - £4.99 @ HMV delivered

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1996 was the year that Manic Street Preachers made the move from being a cult band in Britain to a universally popular one. Their fourth album, 'Everything Must Go' was admired by both fans and critic… Read More
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1996 was the year that Manic Street Preachers made the move from being a cult band in Britain to a universally popular one. Their fourth album, 'Everything Must Go' was admired by both fans and critics. The record produced four top ten hits in the UK. The first of these, 'A Design For Life' went to No. 2 in the UK Charts and was awarded an Ivor Novello song-writing award - possibly the first of its kind to deal with the themes of class struggle and the erosion of the welfare state.
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#1
Great album and an excellent price for 2 CDs and a DVD. Thanks
#2
Brilliant!
#3
Good find this, worth getting for the excellent B-Sides which are all included
#4
Great!
#5
Great album
#6
For this price, I might buy despite already having the original
great album
#7
**** band... **** price... not voted cold though, otherwise that would be lame....
#8
1996 was the year that Manic Street Preachers made the move from being a good band in Britain to a universally rubbish one.
#9
Voted hot even though, for me, this was the beginning of the slump into mainstream mediocrity. Nothing the Manics have done since compares to The Holy Bible IMO.
#10
DMcG1873
Voted hot even though, for me, this was the beginning of the slump into mainstream mediocrity. Nothing the Manics have done since compares to The Holy Bible IMO.


I Agree with you that this is not their high water mark, but it is still an excellent album (and a lot of people may find the holy bible a bit challenging)
#11
Have the original, but some great unreleased/demo's.

Good deal
#12
I went to see them many many years ago when they were practicing for their tour. They held a small concert in a hotel in Manchester and it was brill, there was about 300 people there, and unlike most bands that cannot sing live, they can sing live.

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