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A Design For Live - NME, 6th September 1997

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Title: A Design For Live
Publication: NME
Date: Saturday 6th September 1997



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Manic Street Preachers, who played their last gig of 1997 at Reading Festival, are set to release a live video of their Manchester Nynex concert, which took place in May.

The Manchester gig; attended by 15,000 people, was the Manics' biggest solo headlining gig. The video, Everything Live, will also feature interviews with the band and their fans filmed on the day. It is due out on September 29.

Tracks featured include 'Everything Must Go', 'Faster', 'Kevin Carter', 'Motorcycle Emptiness', 'No Surface All Feeling' and 'You Love Us'.

The Manics, who re-release six of their early singles on Monday, have also launched an official Internet website. The site will include exclusive interviews with the band, as well as biography and discography details and can be found at www.manics.co.uk