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Review of Manic Street Preachers

Excellent

Great live act, great production, alot of diversity, interesting lyrics

Some patchy songs in the early days

...) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ If you ask anyone to name a welsh rock band, they will normally say 'Manic Street Preachers' or 'Stereophonics'. In the britpop days, Wales didn't have many acts in the charts at all. Nowadays things are starting to catch up with the likes of Super Furry Animals, Lostprophets and Goldie Lookin Chain. But lets go back to 1991, the days when Welsh bands were constantly mocked by the press...

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Review of National Treasures (The Complete Singles) - Manic Street Preachers

Excellent

Great Collection of Hits new and old, Longer than the other greatest hits album

The fact more people don't listen to music like this anymore

...I am a huge Manic Street Preachers Fan and I have seen them once in London (Which is actually a lot by my standards) and I own three of their works, two of which are greatest hits albums and one is a single. The other album I own is also a greatest hits album which also has a lot of their best work but is more focused on a more concentrated period of time and does not include some of their...

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Review of Generation Terrorists - Manic Street Preachers

Excellent

Much Riffola (tm), never lets up

Didn't sell 18 million, like they said...

...When the Manic Street Preachers first came onto the scene, in the late 80s-early 90s, EVERYONE hated them. Their blend of glamour and riffage was anathema to the baggy-crazed public. By the time they made ?Generation Terrorists,? they?d managed to personally insult enough people to generate some sort of buzz, and many people were expecting, nay, DEMANDING a masterpiece. Originally envisaged...

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