Manics To Release Singles Collection
The band will release new compilation to celebrate their 21st anniversaryManic Street Preachers will release a new compilation 'National Treasures – The Complete Singles' in October.
The band's second 'Best Of' collection brings together 38 tracks in order to celebrate 21 years since the band's first single release, 'Motown Junk', which was put out in 1990 by Heavenly Recordings.
Songs from all of the band's 10 albums will feature on the new album, including tracks from their most recent effort, 2010's 'Postcards From A Young Man' as well as a brand new single, the name of which is yet to be revealed.
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