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Double Dose Of Singles From Manics - The Daily Record, 10th January 2001

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Title: Double Dose Of Singles From Manics
Publication: The Daily Record
Date: Wednesday 10th January 2001


Welsh rockers Manic Street Preachers are to release two different singles on the same day.

So Why So Sad and Found That Soul will come out on March 5 - and the band could end up competing with themselves for the No1 spot.

Last January, the Manics released the single Masses Against The Classes for just one week. It rocketed straight to No1 and became one of the year's best-sellers.

The new songs are on the band's sixth album, Know Your Enemy, which will be released on March 26.

Last night, a Manics insider told OTR: "The idea is to show the diversity of the album."

Songwriter Nicky Wire, right, said: "The album we've made sounds like we've listened a lot to our old records and realised where we got our original inspiration from."

The songs will get their first airing on February 17 when the band play the Karl Marx Theatre in Havana, Cuba.