Manic Street Preachers - Send Away The Tigers album download
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|1||Send Away The Tigers||3:35|
|3||Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
Recorded By [Nina's Voice] – Nathan PerssonVocals [Featuring] – Nina Persson
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Sally HerbertKeyboards – Sean ReadProducer [Additional] – Greg Haver
|5||The Second Great Depression
Keyboards – Sean ReadProducer – Greg HaverProducer [Additional] – Dave EringaViolin [1st Violin], Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Andrew Waters
Engineer [Additional] – Guy MasseyProducer – Greg HaverProducer [Additional] – Dave Eringa
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Sally HerbertEngineer [Additional] – Guy Massey
|8||I'm Just A Patsy||3:11|
Producer [Additional] – Greg Haver
Mastered By – Howie WeinbergMixed By – Chris Lord-Alge
|10.3||Working Class Hero
Producer – Loz WilliamsWritten-By – John Lennon
- Recorded At – Grouse Lodge Studios
- Recorded At – Stir Studios
- Recorded At – Strongroom
- Mixed At – Resonate Music, Burbank, CA
- Mastered At – Masterworks, Los Angeles
- Bass, Backing Vocals, Artwork [Artwork Concept By] – Nicky Wire
- Design – Steve Stacey
- Drums, Percussion – Sean Moore
- Engineer – Guy Massey (tracks: 1 to 3, 8, 10.1), Loz Williams (tracks: 4 to 7, 9, 10.3)
- Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar [All Guitars] – James Dean Bradfield
- Management – Martin Hall
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Photography By – Valerie Phillips
- Producer – Dave Eringa (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 10.1)
- Written-By – Manic Street Preachers
NotesCD comes with a 12-page booklet in a standard jewel case
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 886970756327
- Matrix / Runout: A0100799944-0101 15
- Mastering SID Code: none
- Mould SID Code: none
|88697075632||Manic Street Preachers||Send Away The Tigers (CD, Album)||Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Columbia||88697075632||Europe||2007|
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|88697 07563 1||Manic Street Preachers||Send Away The Tigers (LP, Album)||Columbia, Sony BMG Music Entertainment||88697 07563 1||Europe||2007|
|EICP 773||Manic Street Preachers||Send Away The Tigers (CD, Album, Enh)||Epic||EICP 773||Japan||2007|
Underdogs" is a song by Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers. It was released in 2007 by record label Columbia as the first single taken from their eighth studio album, Send Away the Tigers. A fan competition was announced at the time of the song's announcement, asking fans to send in photos, videos and other visual media they thought fit the song and its theme.
Send Away the Tigers is the Manics' eighth studio album overall and was produced by longtime associate Dave Eringa. This album sees the boys return to an ambitious, edgier and energetic Rock sound ('The Clash and the Sex Pistols are our biggest inspirations' - Nicky Wire), and includes the single 'Your Love Alone Is Not Enough' which features Nina Persson of the Cardigans, of whom the band have been long time fans. So how exactly did the Manic Street Preachers pull this off? Send Away The Tigers is the group's most potent work in ages, containing 38-minutes of massive arena rock riffs, raw political vigor, and first-class tunes. With tracks like "Imperial Bodybags" and "Autumnsong" the band reaffirms its promise to carry on the incendiary spirit of The Clash, while Nina Persson of The Cardigans swoops in just in time to melt a few hearts on "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough.
1. Send Away The Tigers. 3. Your Love Alone Is Not Enough. 83 1. Manic Street Preachers. Send Away The Tigers (LP, Album). Columbia, Sony BMG Music Entertainment. EICP 773.
Album Send Away The Tigers (2007). by Manic Street Preachers. Labels Columbia, Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
It's that commitment to hard rock that makes Send Away the Tigers bracing upon its initial listen, but what makes it lasting is the songs, which may lack anthems on the level of "A Design for Life," but they're something better: they're small-scale epics, roiling with drama and coiled with tension, flirting with being overblown but kept grounded by. the group's reclaimed righteousness and newfound sense of control
Few among even the many, many Manic Street Preachers diehards would argue that Send Away The Tigers is the band's best album, but in the context of their career only 1996's superb rise to the masses' attention Everything Must Go rivals it as their most important. When it first appeared ten years ago, the days of the furious shock tactics of the Manics' early years and the defiant, arena-filling anthems of the late 90s were long behind them.
Send Away the Tigers is the eighth studio album by Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers, released on 7 May 2007 by record label Columbia. It reached number 2 on the UK Albums Chart. The album was due to hit number 1 in the charts, but at the end of the week 690 copies separated the Manics from the Arctic Monkeys on the top spot. The album is named after a phrase the English comedian Tony Hancock used to refer to "battling one's inner demons by getting drunk"