Manic Street Preachers

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Full list of albums by Manic Street Preachers, including tracks, album cover photos and lyrics.

List of top 10 songs by Manic Street Preachers. Full list of songs by Manic Street Preachers including albums. Manic Street Preachers Discography. Complete list of Manic Street Preachers songs. Music by Manic Street Preachers, including lyrics and music videos.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next 7,199
Motorcycle Emptiness 1992 7,406
A Design For Life 8,752
Your Love Alone Is Not Enough 2007 23,383
You Stole The Sun From My Heart 1998 14,643
This Sullen Welsh Heart 2013 -
The Everlasting 1998 20,171
Futurology 2014 -
Walk Me to the Bridge 2014 -
Faster 1994 27,845
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)
List of music videos for all major Manic Street Preachers songs.

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Selected list of Manic Street Preachers film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


1997
Reading Festival
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1991
Band Explosion
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Soundtrack Credits


2014
Manic Street Preachers: Futurology and Holy Bible Set at Rough Trade East
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2013
My Mad Fat Diary (2013) (TV Show)
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2012
Sunday Brunch (2012) (TV Show)
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2011
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2011
On Track with SEAT
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2010
Manic Street Preachers: One Last Shot at Mass Communication (TV Movie)
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2009
Formula 1: BBC Sport (2009) (TV Show)
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2007
The Graham Norton Show (2007) (TV Show)
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2006
Something for the Weekend (2006) (TV Show)
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2006
The Charlotte Church Show (2006) (TV Show)
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2005
The Friday Night Project (2005) (TV Show)
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2004
Strictly Come Dancing (2004) (TV Show)
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2004
Jools's Hootenanny (TV Show)
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2003
Anatomy 2 (2003)
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2003
Monkey Dust (2003) (TV Show)
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2002
Sweet Sixteen (2002)
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2001
Our Manics in Havana (TV Show)
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1999
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1998
Close Up (TV Show)
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1997
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1997
Twin Town (1997)
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1997
Daria (1997) (TV Show)
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1997
Brit Awards 1997 (1997) (TV Movie)
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1996
TFI Friday (1996) (TV Show)
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1996
This Life (1996) (TV Show)
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1993
Naked City (TV Show)
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1992
Later with Jools Holland (1992) (TV Show)
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1985
EastEnders (1985) (TV Show)
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Manic Street Preachers are a Welsh alternative rock band, formed in 1986 in Blackwood and consisting of James Dean Bradfield (lead vocals, lead guitar), Nicky Wire (bass guitar, lyrics) and Sean Moore (drums). They are often colloquially known as "The Manics", or simply, "Manics". The former bass player was Miles Woodward, but he ended up leaving the band in early 1988, but later in that same year after the release of the first single "Suicide Alley" they bacame a quartet when Richey Edwards joined the band as primary lyricist and rhythm guitarist. The first record of the band, Generation Terrorists, they proclamed that would be the "greatest rock album ever" and sell around sixteen million copies around the world, "from Bangkok to Senegal", and then they would split up, the album did not meet this scale of success and the band went on with their career. Years forward, the group became a trio when Edwards disappeared on 1 February 1995.

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Other Names
The Manics/Manics
Group Members
Former Members
Genre
Alternative rock
hard rock
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Origin
Blackwood, Wales, United Kingdom
Year(s) Active
1986–present
Labels
Columbia
Epic
Heavenly
Damaged Goods
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