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Let Robeson Sing - Manic Street Preachers - Know Your Enemy (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Let Robeson Sing - Manic Street Preachers - Know Your Enemy (CD, Album)

  1. Shakasar
    Dec 19,  · Label: Sony Records Int'l - SICP • Series: Manics 4 Real • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation, Limited Edition, Promo, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Brit Pop Manic Street Preachers - Know Your Enemy (, CD) | Discogs.
  2. Gardataur
    Let Robeson Sing Engineer – Ger McDonnell Mixed By – Ger McDonnell, All songs Manic Street Preachers except "We Are All Bourgeois" Now by Malcolm Eden, Gary Baker, Manic Street Preachers: Know Your Enemy ‎ (CD, Album, Enh) Epic, Epic: 2, Europe: /5(5).
  3. Gardazahn
    Nov 15,  · Music video by Manic Street Preachers performing Let Robeson Sing. (C) Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
  4. Faern
    Manic Street Preachers Know Your Enemy. average. Review Know Your Enemy holds its place in the Manic’s career as being the point the band ‘lost it’, while the lighter tones of “Let Robeson Sing” and “The Year of Purification” work to calm the storm started towards the front of the album. The two biggest moments of.
  5. Yozshujar
    'Let Robeson Sing', another touching song, is about the singer/actor Paul Robeson, also containing a soundbite - their first since 'The Holy Bible'. The manics were always particularly adept at the use of soundbites - a nod to their love of Public Enemy/5(51).
  6. Gardatilar
    Mar 11,  · "Masking Tape" is a B-side on the CD single "Let Robeson Sing", taken from Manic Street Preachers' album "Know Your Enemy". The copyright is owned by Epic, and songwriting credits go to James.
  7. Yozshugore
    Mar 19,  · Let Robeson Sing Lyrics: Where are you now? / Broken up or still around? / The CIA says you're a guilty man / Will we see the likes of you again? / .
  8. Tolmaran
    Apr 05,  · Let Robeson Sing 5. The Year of Purification 6. Wattsville Blues 7. Miss Europa Disco Dancer That's certainly better than 's Lifeblood, but not enough to carry a sixteen-song album. Know Your Enemy needed a lot more planning and editing. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful. 0 by Manic Street Preachers. $ out of 5 stars

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