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Old 23-09-2021, 16:03
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That ’new features on every album’ better mean we get some lovely new Lifeblood information or a nice retrospective for it. Ordered my copy because I’m deep into the fanboy mode again.

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Sean answering questions - that's a bit of a coup for a magazine. Would've thought his name would have had most prominent text on the front cover to advertise the shock
If it’s anything like the SATT-era interviews on the official site where all three answered questions, I wouldn’t expect him to elaborate in much detail.

Nicky: [a long paragraph of vivid detail]
James: [a couple of sentences explaining something in a really roundabout way]
Sean: “No.”
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Old 23-09-2021, 19:36
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I dont know what I've been doing but I totally misread the record collector thing. Thought it was an extended article in the magazine, so their Instagram post was a surprise !

Note to self - pay closer attention !
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Old 23-09-2021, 20:06
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I've bought a few of these dead tree manics specials over the years but not for a while so i think i'll have to get this, looks good dunnit?
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Old 23-09-2021, 20:30
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The only full magazine one as far as I'm aware is the NME one? Definitely overdue for an update
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Old 23-09-2021, 20:33
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Very very very rare I look at that mag. Remember reading issues in the nineties at a friend's.
But this one? First time they've ever been as in-depth as what the magazine covers.
And the day after my birthday as well.
Can a Manics fan dream of better days ahead? *World events and situations notwithstanding
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Old 23-09-2021, 20:48
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The only full magazine one as far as I'm aware is the NME one? Definitely overdue for an update
Yes, you're right, the nme originals edition. I have that and a bunch of nme and big issue and mojo magazines but only that was probably an entire issue dedicated to them. I feel like there were some others but maybe not.

And of course it's on msppedia.

http://www.foreverdelayed.org.uk/msp...t_October_2002
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Old 23-09-2021, 21:08
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The nme originals was the only magazine special. I've had a copy since it came out but dunno where I've put it... God job this new one is coming out
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Old 24-09-2021, 12:49
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I might've missed a post about this but just in case nobody has spotted it then Cafe Royal Books have just published a Manics in Ireland 1991 zine.

If anyone in London wants to buy it then they're usually always stocked in Foyles (or at least were pre-Covid) if you want to save on postage.
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Old 27-09-2021, 17:42
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James is in this month's FourFourTwo magazine.
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Old 06-10-2021, 11:47
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The Record Collector mag has just arrived. Nice!
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Old 06-10-2021, 16:37
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The valuation of rare Manics releases in the RC mag made me laugh.
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Old 06-10-2021, 17:03
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My mag just arrived, looks really good, will enjoy reading this over the next week My question didn't get asked which I can take, but then I got annoyed seeing some people get 2/3 questions used
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Old 06-10-2021, 18:05
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I forgot I ordered the RC magazine so that was a nice surprise in the mailbox.

Loved the long long long fan interview bit, and hooray for some (mild) Lifeblood positivity - and Wire’s sly nod towards an anniversary issue!
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Didn't expect it to show up today. Thought it'd show up next month like that Q with the selected singles on vinyl did. Nice surprise
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Old 06-10-2021, 19:25
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The valuation of rare Manics releases in the RC mag made me laugh.
They’re spot on as far as I can tell
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