If ‘The Intense Humming Of Evil’ is your favourite Manics song, their gleaming reinvention in 2010 probably left you cold. But if you loved the anthemic quality of ‘Everything Must Go’, the lead single from ‘Postcards...’ was a goosebump-raising nostalgia-bomb, its cascading strings and radio-ready chorus serving notice that Nicky Wire and co intended to rage against the dying of the light.
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