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Hit and miss

I've not been impressed with the Manics live for a long time now, performances have sounded tired and the live sound was generally a mess, but the 3 live tracks you'll buy this EP for (the last 3) sound fantastic, but the performances themselves range from classic (Sleepflower absolutely SMOKES and shows that they're still capable of delivering a powerful performance if they want to) to disappointingly sterile (SKON, Yes). JDB's voice is still quite shaky in places (higher notes are sung in a soft falsetto rather than the old growl, especially disappointing on the vicious YES). In short, get Sleepflower, maybe Yes if you're a big fan, and everything else only if you have to have everything.

Manic arghhh

Manics live are like some social uprising, these songs are quality. Masses is superb, as is sleepflower . If a fan these are a must.


Formed: 1991 in Blackwood, Caerphilly, Wales

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dressed in glam clothing, wearing heavy eyeliner, and shouting political rhetoric, the Manic Street Preachers emerged in 1991 from their hometown of Blackwood, Wales, as self-styled "Generation Terrorists." Fashioning themselves after the Clash and the Sex Pistols, the Manics were on a mission, intending to restore revolution to rock & roll at a time when Britain was dominated by trancey shoegazers and faceless, trippy acid house. Their self-consciously dangerous image, leftist leanings, crunching...
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