January 31, 2001 16:07


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NME.COM are giving six fans the opportunity to see the MANIC STREET PREACHERS' first live performance in over a year at the filming of 'TOP OF THE POPS'.

The Manics have not been seen on a UK stage since their show at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on New Year's Eve 1999.

However, on February 8 the band will record both of their new singles, 'So Why So Sad' and 'Found That Soul', live for broadcast on 'TOTP' the following day.

The show will be broadcast almost a month before the tracks are released simultaneously on March 5, and a few days before they fly out to Cuba for an historic gig at the Karl Marx theatre in Havana (February 16), where they will premiere material from forthcoming album 'Know Your Enemy'.

To stand a chance of winning the tickets, visit NME.COM again on Friday (February 2) morning.

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