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Send Away The Tigers

by Manic Street Preachers

Send Away The Tigers by Manic Street Preachers

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Send Away The Tigers

by Manic Street Preachers

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Label: Columbia
This, the Manics' eighth studio album, debuted at No. 2 on the UK charts, just below the Arctic Monkeys' Favourite Worst Nightmare, indicating the band still packs a commercial wallop in spite, or perhaps because of, more than 15 years of espousing anti-capitalist, working man sentiments. Those fanatic legions will find plenty to satisfy them here, including evidence that these guys borrowed as much from Cheap Trick as anyone -- "Imperial Bodybags" sounds like "I Want You to Want Me," only it's about, well, you can probably guess. Solidly Manics, maniacally solid.

About This Album

This, the Manics' eighth studio album, debuted at No. 2 on the UK charts, just below the Arctic Monkeys' Favourite Worst Nightmare, indicating the band still packs a commercial wallop in spite, or perhaps because of, more than 15 years of espousing anti-capitalist, working man sentiments. Those fanatic legions will find plenty to satisfy them here, including evidence that these guys borrowed as much from Cheap Trick as anyone -- "Imperial Bodybags" sounds like "I Want You to Want Me," only it's about, well, you can probably guess. Solidly Manics, maniacally solid.

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About This Album

This, the Manics' eighth studio album, debuted at No. 2 on the UK charts, just below the Arctic Monkeys' Favourite Worst Nightmare, indicating the band still packs a commercial wallop in spite, or perhaps because of, more than 15 years of espousing anti-capitalist, working man sentiments. Those fanatic legions will find plenty to satisfy them here, including evidence that these guys borrowed as much from Cheap Trick as anyone -- "Imperial Bodybags" sounds like "I Want You to Want Me," only it's about, well, you can probably guess. Solidly Manics, maniacally solid.