Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go (1996)

Again from my recommended albums.This one have very strange impressive on me.Especially ''A desing for life'',''Kevin Carter''(He has very sad story),''Everyting must go'',''Austuralia'' are very melodic and burn your heart with their lyrics,musics.You should have this album on your music archive.
Manic Street Preachers (often known colloquially as "The Manics" not "The Preachers") are a British rock band often associated with the Britpop scene, and were one of the biggest bands in Britain for a period in the late 1990s.

The album takes it name from a play by Patrick Jones, Nicky Wire's brother. It was originally going to be called Sounds In The Grass - a painting by Willem de Kooning, who is mentioned on track ten "Interiors (Song for Willem de Kooning)". Other subjects tackled include the tragic life of the photographer Kevin Carter, on the track of the same name, and the maltreatment of animals in captivity on "Small Black Flowers That Grow in the Sky". The latter track, with lyrics by Richey James Edwards, can also be interpreted as an exploration of his mental state before his disappearance; the line "Here chewing your tail is joy" for instance may be as much about Richey's self harm as it is the tormented self injury of zoo animals


bulut on 7:26 am said...


Everything Must Go is the fourth album by the Manic Street Preachers. It contains five songs with lyrics by Richey James Edwards, who disappeared on February 1, 1995, and was released in 1996.

bulut on 3:42 pm said...

Must Go

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