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Manic Street Preachers - Send Away The Tigers £3.49 + Free Delivery (with voucher) @ Buy It Here

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Wales's finest follow up 2004's 'Lifeblood' with this, their eighth studio album. An attempt to fuse the majesty and grace of their early post-Richey work with the raw punk rock they briefly returned … Read More
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Wales's finest follow up 2004's 'Lifeblood' with this, their eighth studio album. An attempt to fuse the majesty and grace of their early post-Richey work with the raw punk rock they briefly returned to on 'Know Your Enemy', the album is overtly political (the title is a reference to the farcical "liberation" of Baghdad Zoo in 2003). Produced once again by longtime collaborator Dave Eringa, it includes the singles 'Your Love Alone Is Not Enough' (featuring the Cardigans' Nina Persson) and 'Underdogs'.
Send Away The Tigers
Underdogs
Your Love Alone Is Not Enough (feat. Nina Persson)
Indian Summer
The Second Great Depression
Rendition
Autumnsong
I Am Just A Patsy
Imperial Bodybags
Winterlovers
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#1
Anybody that loves Nina Perssons voice/and/or The Cardigans should check out the second album offering by her offshoot band "A Camp" released on Monday. The new single being blasted across the airwaves on Radio 6 "Stronger Than Jesus" is just a wonderful slice of alternative pop.

As for the manics, hot price here, pushing personal opinions of the band aside...oh what the heck ;-)

Detestable the way Richey slated Slowdive without good reasoning saying "we hate them more than Hitler", whilst I wouldnt wish him dead (hope someday his loved ones at least get some closure one way or the other) just like to remind all preachers that at least Slowdive throughout their short lived career changed musical direction and didnt sell out (Everything Must Go...stadium rock Blandness)
banned#2
cicobuff
Anybody that loves Nina Perssons voice/and/or The Cardigans should check out the second album offering by her offshoot band "A Camp" released on Monday. The new single being blasted across the airwaves on Radio 6 "Stronger Than Jesus" is just a wonderful slice of alternative pop.

As for the manics, hot price here, pushing personal opinions of the band aside...oh what the heck ;-)

Detestable the way Richey slated Slowdive without good reasoning saying "we hate them more than Hitler", whilst I wouldnt wish him dead (hope someday his loved ones at least get some closure one way or the other) just like to remind all preachers that at least Slowdive throughout their short lived career changed musical direction and didnt sell out (Everything Must Go...stadium rock Blandness)


A Camp are back? Hurrah!
banned#3
Great album cover too!

http://cdon.se/media-dynamic/images/product/00/04/05/75/36/3/47c676b5-5c4f-4b08-bece-795617981b81.jpg
#4
cicobuff
just like to remind all preachers that at least Slowdive throughout their short lived career changed musical direction and didnt sell out (Everything Must Go...stadium rock Blandness)


Manic Street Preachers (stadium rock blandness) vs Slowdive (pretentious art school shoegazers) - discuss.

At the end of a day, it is all just music. Nothing more, nothing less. All of these groups "sell out". They prostitute their "art" or "craft" for money.

Send Away The Tigers has some great tunes with some less than great lyrics. Easily worth the £3.50. Couldn't care less about the fandom. Heat added.
#5
spraint
Manic Street Preachers (stadium rock blandness) vs Slowdive (pretentious art school shoegazers) - discuss.

At the end of a day, it is all just music. Nothing more, nothing less. All of these groups "sell out". They prostitute their "art" or "craft" for money.

Send Away The Tigers has some great tunes with some less than great lyrics. Easily worth the £3.50. Couldn't care less about the fandom. Heat added.


I never voted this deal cold, just as peeved as the next Slowdive fan of the immature slating by Richey....but I do care about fandom, in the sense that MSP nark me in their immaturity to the music press slating a band I was a fan of for no apparant reason.

But heat adding and not trying to take much away from this thread being about MSP, let me just say without trying to fuel further argument that actually Slowdive never compromised their art....hence why the group actually fell out, they all were getting to a stage that they were heading artistically in different directions including a disjointed ambient last album with Creative records ditching them .
#6
stevenpcurtis
A Camp are back? Hurrah!


glassofwine
Great album cover too!

http://cdon.se/media-dynamic/images/product/00/04/05/75/36/3/47c676b5-5c4f-4b08-bece-795617981b81.jpg


Yep 8 years since their first album, they are back, 02/02/09....and a great album cover as already stated :) James Iha ex-Smashing Pumpkins makes an appearance.
#7
Good price for an excellent album, the post-Richie manics is stuff can be patchy but this album is a gem.

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