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This year, Manic Street Preachers released a swanky 20th anniversary deluxe edition of their debut album Generation Terrorists. As well as digging up all manner of demos, videos, live tracks and rarities, the band gave their 1992 opening statement a proper listen through and shared their thoughts. Over the next three weeks, we'll get the whole thing covered. Here's what they had to say about the first six tracks. "It was supposed to be the Stones playing metal," frontman and guitarist James Dean Bradfield says of the riff to 'Slash 'n' Burn'. Bassist Nicky Wire added of 'Nat West-Barclays-Midlands-Lloyds': "It was a bit of a cornerstone when we were doing it. It was meant to be one of the big tracks of the record. "A (more) »


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