Manic Street Preachers – International Treasures (Tokyo, Japan 18.05.2012)

Manic Street Preachers first came into my ears about 20 years ago, in 1992 when on a chance radio listen, I was enthused by their hit single “Suicide Is Painless” (Theme From M.A.S.H.). At the time I didn’t realise it was a cover version, nor knew anything about this band. As the 90s progressed I Read more about Manic Street Preachers – International Treasures (Tokyo, Japan 18.05.2012)[…]

Manic Street Preachers are back!!

As if they were ever away…last year’s highly acclaimed album, “Journal For Plague Lovers” ranks amongst the best I’ve ever bought. A band with meaningful lyrics. A band drenched deep in history, culture, travel and world politics. I’m even more excited now, at the prospect of a new album…and an Australian tour! Yes that’s right Read more about Manic Street Preachers are back!![…]

Manic Street Preachers – Gold Against The Soul

The dreary depths of 1993 saw the Manic Street Preachers surprisingly NOT split up, as they had planned after their first album, Generation Terrorists. Instead they went even more sublime, upped the stadium rock moments and delved into issues such as sleep deprivation, suicide, childbirth and the horrors of life really. This dark album rocks Read more about Manic Street Preachers – Gold Against The Soul[…]

The Holy Bible

In case you think this is a rant or a post about religion, then its not!! Please read on…This is a blog post about an album of music and art all in one. A musical album which was released in August 1994 and is one of my favourite albums of all time. The band come Read more about The Holy Bible[…]

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