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Michael and Emma go manic in your ears with news, reviews and views. But this podcast is about you - the fans.
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    • 1.4, 14 Ratings

Michael and Emma go manic in your ears with news, reviews and views. But this podcast is about you - the fans.
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    4: Sleepless Souls

    4: Sleepless Souls

    It's a busy one! There's our chat with music journalist Jimi Arundell about the Gold Against The Soul reissue. We also take a look at the Kieran Evans film Pieces Of Sleep, give our first impressions of the two new James Dean Bradfield songs AND this episode's B-side is Red Rubber. Contains rock n' roll that your kids probably won't love. / Many music music venues face closure in these tough times, if you feel you can help in any way please go to the Music Venue Trust to see what can be done. Thank you. http://musicvenuetrust.com/
    THE SETLIST: /

    Motorcycle Emptiness (Sonic Stealth Orchestra Mix) / The Crystal Maze theme / Gold Against The Soul (House In The Woods Demo) / Roses In The Hospital (Impact Demo) / Sorrow 16 / Sleepflower / Life Becoming a Landslide (Live, Pieces Of Sleep) / Narration Excerpt (Pieces Of Sleep) / Red Rubber / James Dean Bradfield - There'll Come A War / James Dean Bradfield - Seeking The Room With The Three Windows / Idles - Exeter / The Vortices



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    • 1 hr 28 min
    3; Postcards From A Young Man

    3; Postcards From A Young Man

    Mikey and Emma take a deep, track by track dive into the band's much maligned tenth studio album, Postcards From A Young Man. There's also more of your fan origin stories and a look at anti-royalist rant First Republic. This episode features high profile celebrities. Kind of. To contact us please send written and audio messages to manicspeaker@gmail.com. We are also on Twitter @msp_pod
    The Setlist
    Motorcycle Emptiness (Sonic Stealth Orchestra Mix) / Olafur Arnalds - So Close) / First Republic / You Love Us / The Who - Postcard / It's Not War (Just The End Of Love) / Steps - Stomp / Postcards From A Young Man / Some Kind Of Nothingness / The Descent / Hazleton Avenue / Lenny Kravitz - It 'Ain't Over 'Til It's Over / Auto -Intoxication / Golden Platitudes / I Think I Found It / A Billion Balconies Facing The Sun / All We Make Is Entertainment / The Future Has Been Here 4 Ever / Don't Be Evil / Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On / The Vortices

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    • 2 hrs 13 min
    2: Hello It's Us Again

    2: Hello It's Us Again

    Mikey and Emma reveal the listeners' origin stories and delve into Boxes And Lists. We also interview James at the Oasis Podcast and talk about the importance of arrogance and confidence in the early careers of both bands. Find us on Twitter @msp_pod and email us at manicspeaker@gmail.com
    The soundtrack:
    Motorcycle Emptiness ( Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    You Love Us
    No Surface All Feeling
    Mansun - Shotgun
    Oasis - Lord Don't Slow Me Down
    Nicky and Richey (Vivid TV)
    Noel Gallagher (Brit Awards)
    Builder Of Routines
    Nicky (MuchMusic interview)
    Nicky at Glastonbury 1994
    Liam Gallagher (The O-Zone)
    Little Baby Nothing
    Boxes And Lists
    The Vorticists



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    • 1 hr 42 min
    1: Prologue To Podcasting

    1: Prologue To Podcasting

    Welcome to the new Manic Street Preachers podcast, It;s made by two fans (Michael and Emma) and is for the fans. In episode 1 we speak of our love for the band, come up with terrible lockdown themed puns and let you know the latest Manics news. Spoiler - everything is postponed. Find us on Twitter @msp_pod and email us at manicspeaker@gmail.com
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    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

1.4 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Tom Acornley ,

Really really bad!!

I wanted to like it as it’s supposedly about Manic Street Preachers but it’s just absolutely terrible. I can’t say a good thing about it. The only advice I can give to the Podcasters is quit while you’re really behind, there’s no pulling this back

Mavencort ,

Not even a good Oasis podcast.

Was recommended this by a friend and am questioning my relationship with them as a result. Unfunny jokes, boring chat, and a lot of time devoted to oasis. Bizarre.

Edit: friend had actually recomeended the other Manic's podcast. She is still my friend. For now.

MissPT1998 ,

Nothing to add.

The other reviews really say it all. Completely terrible.

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