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Manic Street Preachers

Manic Street Preachers are an alternative rock band from Blackwood, Wales, formed in 1986. Often referred to as “the Manics”, they are James Dean Bradfield (vocals, guitars), Nicky Wire (bass, occasional vocals) and Sean Moore (drums, backing vocals, occasional trumpet). The band were originally a quartet: lyricist and rhythm guitarist Richey Edwards mysteriously vanished on 1 February 1995. He was declared presumed deceased in November 2008.

The Manics released their debut album Generation Terrorists in 1992. Their combination of androgynous glam punk imagery, outspoken ...read more

Manic Street Preachers are an alternative rock band from Blackwood, Wales, formed in 1986. Often referred to as “the Manics”, they are James Dean Bradfield (vocals, guitars), Nicky Wire (bass, occasional vocals) and Sean Moore (drums, backing vocals, occasional trumpet). The band were originally a quartet: lyricist and rhythm guitarist Richey Edwards mysteriously vanished on 1 February 1995. He was declared presumed deceased in November 2008.

The Manics released their debut album Generation Terrorists in 1992. Their combination of androgynous glam punk imagery, outspoken invective and songs about “culture, alienation, boredom and despair” soon gained them a loyal following and cult status. The band’s later albums retained a politicized and intellectual lyrical style, while adopting a broader alternative rock sound. Enigmatic lyricist Richey Edwards gained early notoriety by carving the words “4 REAL” into his arm with a razor blade (narrowly missing an artery and requiring seventeen stitches) in response to the suggestion that the band were less than authentic. The dark nature of 1994’s The Holy Bible reflected the culmination of Edwards’ instability.

Following Edwards’ disappearance, Bradfield, Moore, and Wire persisted with the Manic Street Preachers and went on to gain critical and commercial success, becoming one of Britain’s premier rock bands. They have had eight top ten albums and fifteen top ten singles. « hide

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LPs
Futurology
2014

3.9
75 Votes
Rewind The Film
09/16/2013

3.3
58 Votes
Postcards from a Young Man
2010

3.2
107 Votes
Journal For Plague Lovers
2009

4
215 Votes
Send Away The Tigers
2007

3.5
172 Votes
Lifeblood
2004

3
122 Votes
Know Your Enemy
2001

2.9
135 Votes
This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours
1998

3.5
193 Votes
Everything Must Go
1996

4
285 Votes
The Holy Bible
1994

4.4
614 Votes
Gold Against The Soul
1993

3.5
168 Votes
Generation Terrorists
1992

3.7
217 Votes
EPs
Journal for Plague Lovers Remixes
2009

Life Becoming a Landslide
1994

New Art Riot
1990

3
2 Votes
God Save the Manics


Compilations
National Treasures - The Complete Singles
2011

4.1
14 Votes
Lipstick Traces (A Secret History of MSP)
2003

3.3
26 Votes
Forever Delayed
2002

3.7
51 Votes
Theme from M.A.S.H. (Suicide Is Painless)
1992

4
1 Votes

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