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The Great Western Review - Liverpool Daily Post - ★★★★☆

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Chris Brown

THE Manic Street Preachers' singer has taken the opportunity from the band's current break to create an album on his own. The result is surprisingly good. Better in fact than a lot of the recent output from the band. It's heroic in its attempts to recreate some of the energy that made the Manics so exciting. It may be a slightly thoughtful rock album with its fair share of introspection, but rather than a tentative approach, or off-the-wall experimentation, Bradfield has shown that he is a driving force all on his own.