August 10, 2006 10:43

Want to interview Nicky Wire?

Here’s your chance

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Fancy interviewing Manic Street Preachers bassist Nicky Wire?

Uncut are looking for questions for Wire, and there’s plenty to ask him about.

You could question him about his solo album ’I Killed The Zeitgeist’ or the forthcoming deluxe reissue of the Manics classic ’Everything Must Go’.

Does the kohl eyed bassist still love hoovering? How does he feel about the solo album from fellow Manic Street Preacher James Dean Bradfield? What does he think about The Horrors?

Nothing is off limits, so send your intimate enquiries to Allan_jones@ipcmedia.com by Friday August 12.

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