Manic Street Preachers - Forever Delayed: The Greatest Hits
NME.COM feature on Manic Street Preachers - Forever Delayed: The Greatest Hits album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 28 October 2002
It's all achievement, precious little essence...
So here it is, The Album That Should Not Exist. To the slogan-smothered, soul-bruised, scarred-for-the-cause skunkpunk heroes of 1991 - the scary/beautiful freaks claiming they'll self-destruct after one six million-selling album - this greatest hits would be musical treachery. It'd be an album available for purchase exclusively over their dead bodies and would come with a free poster...
- Oct 24, 2002
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- A Design For Life
- Motorcycle Emptiness
- If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
- La Tristesse Durera (Scream To A Sigh)
- There By The Grace Of God
- You Love Us
- You Stole The Sun From My Heart
- Kevin Carter
- The Masses Against The Classes
- From Despair To Where
- Door To The River
- Everything Must Go
- Little Baby Nothing
- Suicide Is Painless (Theme From MASH)
- So Why So Sad
- The Everlasting
- Motown Junk
The O2, London, December 17th
- Jan 6, 2012
Their tenth album is poignant and joyful - if occasionally cheesy
- Sep 20, 2010
Two thrilling sets show that, 18 years on, the Welsh boys are still as vital as ever. Roundhouse, London, Thursday, May 28
- Jun 11, 2009
First LP will be almost completely acoustic, according to frontman James Dean Bradfield
Welsh trio say they 'can't wait to play their greatest hits to rugby fans Down Under'
An extended version of 'Culture, Alienation, Boredom and Despair' will show nationwide this summer
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