Manics to release classic album in expanded form

All the details on 'Everything Must Go's reissue here

Manic Street Preachers have revealed full details of the expanded tenth anniversary release of their classic album ‘Everything Must Go’.

The new version is out on November 6, and comes packaged as two CDs and a DVD.

The CDs will feature the original album, demos, B-sides, rehearsals and alternate takes of the tracks which made up the album.

The DVD will feature a newly commissioned 45-minute documentary on the making of the album, the videos for all four singles, live and TV performances from the time, and two films by bassist Nicky Wire’s brother Patrick Jones .

The full details are as follows:

CD1

‘Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier’

‘A Design For Life’

‘Kevin Carter’

‘Enola/Alone’

‘Everything Must Go’

‘Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky’

‘The Girl Who Wanted To Be God’

‘Removables’

‘Australia’

‘Interiors (song for Willem

De Kooning)’

‘Further Away’

‘No Surface All Feeling’

‘Enola/Alone’ (live)

‘Kevin Carter’ (live)

‘Interiors (Song For Willem

De Kooning)’ (live)

‘Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier’ (live)

‘Everything Must Go’ (live)

‘A Design For Life’ (live)

‘A Design For Life’ (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)

CD2

‘Dixie’

‘No Surface All Feeling’ (demo)

‘Further Away’ (demo)

‘Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky’ (demo)

‘No One Knows What It’s Like To Be Me’ (demo)

‘Australia’ (acoustic demo)

‘No Surface All Feeling’ (acoustic demo)

‘Interiors’ (acoustic demo)

‘The Girl Who Wanted To Be God’ (acoustic demo)

‘A Design For Life’ (first rehearsal)

‘Kevin Carter’ (first rehearsal)

‘Mr Carbohydrate’

‘Dead Trees And Traffic Islands’

‘Dead Passive’

‘Black Garden’

‘Hanging On’

‘No One Knows What It’s Like To Be Me’

‘Horses Under Starlight’

‘Sepia’

‘First Republic’

‘Australia’ (Stephen Hague production)

‘The Girl Who Wanted To Be God’

DVD

The Making of ‘Everything Must Go’

TV performances

‘Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky’ (‘Later…With Jools Holland’)

‘Australia’ (‘Later…With Jools Holland’

‘A Design For Life’ (‘TFI Friday’)

‘No Surface All Feeling’ (Reading 1997)

‘Everything Must Go’ (‘Saturday Live’)

‘A Design For Life’ (BRIT Awards + speech)

Live

‘Elona/Alone’/’Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky’/’The Girl Who Wanted To Be God’ (Manchester Nynex, 1997)

Films by Patrick Jones

‘Further Away’ – new video

‘Home Movie’

Videos

‘A Design For Life’

‘Everything Must Go’

‘Kevin Carter’

‘Australia’