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My Favorite Records ... With Manic Street Preachers' Nicky Wire - Taz Popblog, 19th May 2009

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By Christian Ihle My Favorite Records ... with Manic Street Preachers / Nicky Wire Last Friday, Manic Street Preachers released their difficult, yet outstanding, new album, "Journal For Plague Lovers," based on the lyrics of the vanished / deceased band guitarist Richey Edwards , to return to their disturbing masterpiece, "The Holy Bible."

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The Manic Street Preachers, as I hope all British pop music had appreciated in their adolescence, once meant a great deal, and I still have a very great respect for how a band, which in the early days was so much based on the principle of Riots, The short-lived and the shock, has been releasing albums and great songs for nearly two decades. This is why I am particularly pleased to be able to win Nicky Wire for a my favorite record feature: bassist and band speaking pipe:

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