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|1. It's Not War Just The End Of Love|
|2. Postcards From A Young Man|
|3. Some Kind Of Nothingness - Manic Street Preachers & Ian McCulloch|
|4. Descent, The|
|5. Hazleton Avenue|
|6. Auto Intoxication|
|7. Golden Platitudes|
|8. I Think I've Found It|
|9. Billion Balconies Facing The Sun, A|
|10. All We Make Is Entertainment|
|11. Future Has Been Here 4 Ever, The|
|12. Don't Be Evil|
There are a few weaker songs on the second half, but then the album picks up in a big way and finishes strong.
I would describe this album as more mainstream with more traditional production values than the previous (Journal...) and subsequent (Rewind...) Manics albums.
I would love for this album to get some attention in the states because it could be huge here if people would just hear it.
I would describe this album as more mainstream with more traditional production values than the previous (Journal...) and subsequent (Rewind...) Manics albums. Read morePublished 8 months ago by S. A. Saribay
This is a fantastic album. If journal for plague lovers was an update on the holy Bible, this album touches on chords that are reminiscent of everything must go. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Craig Anderson
okay, so i think MSP's music is very polarizing to begin with...if you're into the more melodic stuff they do like TIMTTMY or LIFEBLOOD (like i am) you will dig this album. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Patrick J. Boulay Jr.
10th album by the Manic Street Preachers and for me it's another great one. The title track is barnstorming and then there is the stunning duet with Ian McCulloch, Some Kind Of... Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by The Gutless Wonder