Everything Must Go - Manic Street Preachers Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Britpop / Artist: Manic Street Preachers / Audio CD released 1996-05-01 at Epic / Disc #1 ... more
Everything Must Go - Manic Street Preachers ... Tracklisting
1 Elvis Impersonator Blackpool Pier
2 A Design For Life
3 Kevin Carter
5 Everything Must Go
6 Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
7 The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
10 Interiors (Song for Willem De Kooning)
11 Further Away
12 No Surface All Feeling
Newest Review: ... song is honest and really bangs hard. Track 2 - A Design For Life Slow paced and melodic, this was the song that pushed ... more
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by - written on 06/07/03, updated on 17/09/04 (Very useful, 131 readings)
The year was 1995 and during this year a still unsolved mystery involving former Manic Street Preachers former guitarist, Richie Edwards occurred. His car was found a the top of a cliff on the river Severn, however no body was ever found and his apparent fate remained a mystery. During 1996 the Manic?s came back with possibly their finest album to-date and proceeded to become one of Britain?s finest bands. At 13 this was my first taste of the Manic?s and I loved it, a band coming out of Wales who had three previous albums, had now released an album, which contained some of the best songs of the year. In fact thinking back this was probably one of the first CD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/03, updated on 29/05/03 (Very useful, 104 readings)
'Everything Must Go' is marked in music history as one of the stand out album of the 90s. It was the Manic Street Preachers fourth album, but their first without writer, guitarist and image Richey Edwards. Aside from the mystery surrounding his disappearance what you must not forget that this album is a spectacularly good rock record in its own right. The title really says it all 'Everything Must Go' shows a big movement away from older ground of the Manic Street Preachers. Some people, me included feel the Manic peaked with their first album, but this remain a stunning album. The loss of Richey made a huge difference to the Manics. Although he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/03, updated on 13/02/03 (Very useful, 201 readings)
Now that the Manics are "bored and old" as Kurt Copbain might say, I thought it would be nice to look back in time and remember when the Manics were a band that actually had something worthwhile to say and some great songs to sing. Everything Must Go is actually the root of their new-found blandness, coming as a watershed after the disappearance of main lyricist Richey Edwards, but it is almost as good as their finest work and in my view the finest album of all time, The Holy Bible. 1996 was the year, the Tories were into their final year in government (ha ha ha) and girl power was about to explode with the Spice girls. Oasis were at their commercial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/05, updated on 22/04/05 (Very useful, 1499 readings)
Richey Edwards - a refugee from his own tortured soul, hiding somewhere in the Canary Islands? Or a slowly-fading ripple on the waters of the Bristol Channel? Either way, I don't think for a minute that we'll ever see him again. Even if he's not dead (and I really hope he isn't), people don't fake their own deaths on a whim. 'Everything Must Go' was the first Manic Street Preachers album of the post-Richey world. The terrifying darkness of 'The Holy Bible' has given way to a gentler feel, although still backed by some serious guitar noise. Nicky Wire exhibits his taste for bold socialist statements in his lyrics ('Libraries gave us power, then work came and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/01, updated on 07/02/01 (Very useful, 12 readings)
It is sad that the disappearance of Richey largely fuelled the great interest in this, the 4th album created by the boys from Blackwood. It was also the album that rocketted them into the public limelight to the TVs and radios of people who had never heard of them before. One magazine I read at the time (can't remember which) actually rated Everything Must Go as the best debut album of the year - good award but highly unresearched. Conceptionally, Everything Must Go changed the whoe tone of the Manics. They started to become commercially acceptable, didn't swear and kept songs about self mutilation on the back burner. Richey's lyrics still made it onto ... Read the complete review
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