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|Manic Street Preachers||Primary Artist|
|James Dean Bradfield||Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals|
|Sean Moore||Percussion, Drums|
|Nicky Wire||Bass, Background Vocals|
|Nina Persson||Guest Appearance|
|Manic Street Preachers||Composer|
|Sally Herbert||String Arrangements|
|Nicky Wire||Artwork, Art Conception|
|Andrew Waters||String Arrangements|
|Nathan Persson||Engineer, Vocal Engineer|
Posted October 1, 2010
Everything in the editorial is spot on "although wordy". This is an outstanding collection of music which brings back the energy and "most of" the rawness of their early days with the melodic backing found in EMG. After the last couple of releases I am happy to say that whatever it is they wanted to get out of their system seems to be gone, hopefully for ever. This is melodic but not another weird attempt at 'clever' pop. If we can forget everything they have done since EMG, this would have been a brilliant follow up. Simply fantastic. There are no bad songs on here, and trying to pick highlights is very difficult to do. This is simply the Manics back to what they do best, strong, energetic, melodic songs with strong lyrics. Welcome back guys!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 26, 2008
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