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Manic Street Preachers - A Week Full Of Festivals Album

Manic Street Preachers - A Week Full Of Festivals Album
Title:
A Week Full Of Festivals
Performer:
Manic Street Preachers
Style:
Indie Rock
Released:
2001
MP3 album size:
2583 mb
FLAC album size:
2965 mb
Genre:
Label:
Soundboard Quality Recording

Tracklist


1It's So Easy
2Tsunami
3Masses Against The Classes
4Let Robeson Sing
5Ocean Spray
6So Why So Sad
7Archives Of Pain
8Motorcycle Emptiness
9Everything Must Go
10Motown Junk
11Design For Life
12Everlasting
13Ocean Spray
14You Stole The Sun
15Miss Europa (Edit)


Notes


Tracks 1-11 live Bizarre Festival 19th August 2001.
Tracks 12-19 live Reading Festival 26th August 2001.

The band's name is printed as MSP on the front cover, Manics on the spines, and Manic Street Preachers on the disc face.
Track 10 is misspelled as "Everylasting" on the back cover.


Companies


  • Recorded At – Bizarre Festival
  • Recorded At – The Reading Festival


Album


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