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Manic Street Preachers announce ‘This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours’ 20th anniversary reissue and UK tour
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Manic Street Preachers have confirmed details of a UK and Ireland tour and special re-release to mark the 20th anniversary of their classic album ‘This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours’. Full dates and ticket details are below.

Released in 1998 and featuring the seminal singles ‘If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next’, ‘Tsunami’ and ‘You Stole The Sun From My Heart’, the album was the band’s first to hit Number One and saw them reach the level of a stadium band even headline Glastonbury.

Having been rumoured for some time, the band have now announced that a ’20 Year Collector’s Edition’ will be released on December 7 as Limited Edition Deluxe 3CD bookset and double LP. The band have confirmed the triple CD bookset includes the original album remastered, a disc of demos and live rehearsal recordings, and a disc of all remixes and b-sides from the album. The double LP includes the remastered album and a digital download code, as well as a limited edition poster.

'This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours' 20 Year Collector's Edition is out December 7th, with the Manics back on tour in Spring 2019. The band hope to announce a special one off show in Wales in the next few months. Full details: https://t.co/LZcke2I2wK pic.twitter.com/N9s2US0tVb

— ManicStreetPreachers (@Manics) October 22, 2018

The band will then head out on a run of intimate UK and Ireland shows in Spring 2019. Full dates are below. Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday October 26 and will be available here.

Sunday 12 May – Dublin – Olympia Theatre Tuesday 14 May – Cambridge – Corn Exchange Wednesday 15 May – Bath – Forum Friday 17 May – London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire Saturday 18 May – London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire Monday 20 May – Manchester – Ritz Tuesday 21 May – Manchester – Ritz Thursday 23 May – Birmingham – Academy 1 Friday 24 May – Southampton – Guildhall Sunday 26 May – Edinburgh – Usher Hall Monday 27 May – York – Barbican Thursday 30 May – Liverpool – Olympia Friday 31 May – Leicester – De Montfort Hall

Speaking to NME about the upcoming re-release, bassist Nicky Wire said: “James [Dean Bradfield, frontman] has remastered it, I found all the demos. They’re amazing – all on cassettes, recorded in someone’s front room. We’ve put [fan favourite B-side] ‘Prologue To History’ on the album now and kicked off ‘Nobody Loved You’. We’ve moved that onto disc two with a great demo that we’ve found. It’s packed full of really interesting and intimate stuff, as well as us in the studio and off the leash on certain songs like ‘Tsunami’ that are much more raw.

“There are some amazing remixes too – by people like Mogwai, Massive Attack and Cornelius. It was a great period where people would take your work and transform it into something really special.”

Manic Street Preachers, 1998

Asked about their other plans for the immediate future, Wire said: “Other than that, it’ll be back to studio life. James feels like another album could come really quickly at the moment – not that we’ve done anything. He’s in that mode though.”

22/10/2018 12:36:32
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