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Manic Street Preachers announce Everything Must Go box set

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Manic Street Preachers will reissue a 20th anniversary box set of their 1996 album Everything Must Go in May.

The box is a 12″ x 12″ package, containing the original album on CD and 180g vinyl remastered by James Dean Bradfield and Tim Young. All the B-sides and remixes are included across the two CDs and in addition to this content, two DVDs offer Live At Nynex, the band’s 1997 show available in its entirety for the very first time, and an exclusive new film about the album, ‘Freed From Memories’, directed by Kieran Evans. This also comes with a 40-page book.

In the box:

  • • CD1 Everything Must Go remastered + B sides
  • • CD2 B sides + remixes
  • • DVD1 Live at Nynex
  • • DVD2 Freed From Memories + A Design For Life / Everything Must Go/ Kevin Carter / Australia videos
  • • 180gm heavyweight vinyl Everything Must Go remastered
  • • 40 page book

Interestingly, the double CD comprises the remastered album (no B-sides) and the Nynex Arena audio on CD – the latter is something not included in the box set.

The Everything Must Go box set and double CD are released 20 May 2016.

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Everything Must Go 20 (box set)

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Everything Must Go 20 (2CD)

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BOX SET:

CD1:

  1. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
  2. A Design for Life
  3. Kevin Carter
  4. Enola/Alone
  5. Everything Must Go
  6. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
  7. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
  8. Removables
  9. Australia
  10. Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning)
  11. Further Away
  12. No Surface All Feeling
  13. Mr Carbohydrate
  14. Dead Passive
  15. Dead Trees And Traffic Islands
  16. A Design For Life (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Version)
  17. A Design For Life (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Instrumental Version)
  18. Bright Eyes (Live)
  19. A Design For Life (Live)
  20. Black Garden

CD2:

  1. Hanging On
  2. No One Knows What It’s Like To Be Me
  3. Everything Must Go (The Chemical Brothers Remix)
  4. Everything Must Go (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
  5. Everything Must Go (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Soundtrack)
  6. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (Live Acoustic Version)
  7. Horses Under Starlight (Instrumental)
  8. Sepia
  9. First Republic
  10. Kevin Carter (Busts Loose) (Remixed By Jon Carter)
  11. Kevin Carter (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
  12. Kevin Carter (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Soundtrack)
  13. Everything Must Go (Acoustic Version)
  14. Velocity Girl
  15. Take The Skinheads Bowling
  16. Can’t Take My Eyes Off You
  17. Australia (Lionrock Remix)

DVD1 – LIVE AT NYNEX:

Duration 01:38:00

  1. A Design for Life (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix) (Live)
  2. Everything Must Go (Live)
  3. Enola/Alone (Live)
  4. Faster (Live)
  5. Kevin Carter (Live)
  6. La Tristessa (Scream To Sigh) (Live)
  7. Removables (Live)
  8. Roses In The Hospital (Live)
  9. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier (Live)
  10. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God (Live)
  11. Motown Junk (Live)
  12. Motorcycle Emptiness (Live)
  13. No Surface All Feeling (Live)
  14. This Is Yesterday (Live)
  15. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky (Live)
  16. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (Live Acoustic Version)
  17. Yes (Live) Explicit
  18. Australia (Live)
  19. Stay Beautiful (Live)
  20. A Design for Life (Live)
  21. You Love Us (Live)

DVD2 – FREED FROM  MEMORIES

Duration 01:18:00

PROMO VIDEOS

  1. A Design for Life
  2. Everything Must Go
  3. Kevin Carter
  4. Australia

VINYL SIDE A

  1. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
  2. A Design for Life
  3. Kevin Carter
  4. Enola/Alone
  5. Everything Must Go
  6. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky

 VINYL SIDE B

  1. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
  2. Removables
  3. Australia
  4. Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning)
  5. Further Away
  6. No Surface All Feeling

2CD

2CD Deluxe Edition

CD 1: Everything Must Go remastered

  1. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
  2. A Design for Life
  3. Kevin Carter
  4. Enola/Alone
  5. Everything Must Go
  6. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
  7. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
  8. Removables
  9. Australia
  10. Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning)
  11. Further Away
  12. No Surface All Feeling

CD2 LIVE AT NYNEX

  1. Everything Must Go
  2. Enola/Alone
  3. Faster
  4. Kevin Carter
  5. La Tristessa (Scream To Sigh)
  6. Removables
  7. Roses In The Hospital
  8. Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
  9. The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
  10. Motown Junk
  11. Motorcycle Emptiness
  12. No Surface All Feeling
  13. This Is Yesterday
  14. Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
  15. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (Acoustic)
  16. Yes Explicit
  17. Australia
  18. Stay Beautiful
  19. A Design for Life
  20. You Love Us

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54 responses to Manic Street Preachers announce Everything Must Go box set

  1. Paolo Meccano says:

    Hmmm…

    So, am I correct in thinking that if you have the previous 2CD edition, then buying the new one will mean you have all the audio content present in the big box?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      That’s probably right.

      • Pim says:

        @Paolo/Paul – no, the previous 2CD/1DVD edition included lots of demo’s, which are not presented in this box.

        • Paul Sinclair says:

          No, the question was if you have the previous 2CD edition and the new 2CD edition is there any audio in the box that isn’t covered by those two. And I don’t think there is…

          • JH says:

            Most tracks on CD2 of the new box-set are not on the old 2CD-set AND not on the new 2CD set, so you need the box (or other sources like CD-singles)

          • Paul Sinclair says:

            Actually you’re right. All those remixes etc. So basically you ‘need’ the old set, the new box and the new 2CD set!

  2. Richard Kirk says:

    The box set is £52.xx delivered ,at the moment, on Amazon, but the signed box set is only £58.95 delivered through their own website, no brainer :- get it signed!

  3. Hans Jörg says:

    Nich but i will pass. I bought the album already twice normal and 10th anniversary ed. No money tree in our garden.

  4. frattonlad says:

    Hmm. I have this on vinyl (which sounds very nice to my ears, so not sure a remaster will do much for me), I have all the singles (and all the remixes) on CD, I have the videos on DVD and I never watch live DVDs (hello MSP Millenium gig!). I think the 2 CD version will be enough for me then!

  5. Piotr says:

    Delivery to Australia is £25 from the official store. Must be personally delivered by Richey.

  6. Phil Wilson says:

    For a couple of minutes, the box set on Amazon was £45.99, when I logged back in to order it was back up to £52.94. Strange decision not to include the live CD with the box set, and as I have the Japanese 2 CD version, that has a lot of the live tracks and remixes on there.

  7. Phil Wilson says:

    Though if the live CD on the 2 CD edition fades between tracks like the one in the Holy Bible box set, they can have it back!

    • Stephen Towler says:

      God that’s annoying when that happens.

      The worst example of carelessness is my CD of ‘It’s Alive’ by The Ramones where there’s a gap between each side of the original vinyl release. Drives me nuts!

  8. Phil Wilson says:

    12:35 – Showing up as £45.99 on Amazon again

  9. Phil Wilson says:

    The japan CD contains the following, I thought the live tracks on disc 1 were from the Nynex, but just realised Interiors was not played at that gig:

    CD1
    1 Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
    2 A Design For Life
    3 Kevin Carter
    4 Enola/Alone
    5 Everything Must Go
    6 Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
    7 The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
    8 Removables
    9 Australia
    10 Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning)
    11 Further Away
    12 No Surface All Feeling
    13 Enola/Alone (Live)
    14 Kevin Carter (Live)
    15 Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning) (Live)
    16 Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier (Live)
    17 Everything Must Go (Live) 3:30
    18 A Design For Life (Live) 4:32
    19 A Design For Life (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    20 Everything Must Go (The Chemical Brothers Remix)

    CD2
    1 Black Garden
    2 No One Knows What It’s Like To Be Me
    3 Everything Must Go (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    4 Kevin Carter (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    5 Motorcycle Emptiness (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    6 Australia (Lionrock Remix)
    7 Everything Must Go (Acoustic)
    8 Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head (Live Acoustic Version)
    9 A Design For Life (Live)
    10 Kevin Carter (Live)

  10. Rare Glam says:

    A nice package and reasonably priced, so worth having for the MSP fan. I am assuming this documentary is not the one included in the 10th anniversary deluxe package. ‘New’ does not necessarily mean completely new. I’ll ruminate on getting this for a while. I have the 10th anniversary deluxe edition, the National Treasures CD/DVD (so hence the promo vids included on this) and also the Japanese mini LP 2xCD edition which has a lot of the extras on this new disc 2 as the first 8 MSP albums were all re-issued as double CDs in Japan. I’m not an expert on MSP, but why has ‘Gold Against The Soul’ not got the SDL treatment?? The Japanese mini LP CD edition at least has a second disc’s worth of tracks. It’s never been ‘deluxed’ let alone super deluxed’ as far as I know in the west! Does the group have an issue with it?

    • Gwen says:

      Yep. The band pretty think its the worst record they’ve done. Too stadium FM AOR drivel.

    • Phil Wilson says:

      Saw the Holy Bible live show, and am booked for the Everything Must Go live show but how awesome would a Gold Against The Soul show, and box set be. Great, great album – Sleepflower as an opener, From Despair To Where, Life Becoming A Landslide, Symphony of Tourette – awesome. There were 6 live tracks from Club Citta92 on the 2CD Japanese version, plus b-sides (including Patrick Bateman). A Super Deluxe could include all the b-sides, all the remixes (of Roses in the Hospital), plus a live CD from this era of the band would be fantastic. I am hoping for a Generation Terrorists live show at some point too

  11. Phil Wilson says:

    If the full live show is on the 2nd CD of the 2 CD deluxe edition, they will have to cut it down somehow if it is 1hr 38 mins, as shown on the DVD. Obviously they can remove the intro music but they may have to at least cut out any chat between tracks. Not sure of the maximum amount CDs can currently hold (I know it used to be 80mins, but my new The 1975 CD (Target Exclusive) is 83 mins)

  12. Tyrone Tudor says:

    The signed box is tempting. I was hoping for a DVD surround mix though..
    I reckon the unsigned box will drop in price very quickly.

  13. David says:

    Amazon with shipping to Canada comes to 38 pounds, the signed one from the official store comes to 75 pounds. Hmmm.

    Btw I bought the Holy Bible deluxe when it was on sale at amazon for about 30 pounds a few months ago, was surprised on opening it up to find it was a signed copy!

  14. Graham says:

    Shame they didn’t get it quite right. Box set should have included everything from the previous 2cd set and the Nynex concert on cd. Not enough to make me buy it as is.

  15. DG says:

    At least at £50 AND signed, this set is by no means a complete rip-off for fans. The Holy Bible boxset was a thing of beauty.

  16. eric slangen says:

    ordered the signed one although the 20 pounds postage to the Netherlands.

  17. Daveyman19 says:

    The 10th Anniverary Deluxe Edition also had a documentary on it, TV appearances, home movies, demos – so best to keep that one too!

  18. OceanBlue says:

    The 10th year reissue has:
    cd1
    13. “Enola/Alone” (live) 3:30
    14. “Kevin Carter” (live) 3:06
    15. “Interiors (Song for Willem de Kooning)” (live) 3:39
    16. “Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier” (live) 2:48
    17. “Everything Must Go” (live) 3:30
    18. “A Design for Life” (live) 4:32 * [don’t know about this, there’s a ADFL live on 20th years too but it’s unclear where they played it]
    cd2
    1. “Dixie” 0:43
    2. “No Surface All Feeling” (demo) 3:38
    3. “Further Away” (demo) 3:32
    4. “Small Black Flowers That Grow in the Sky” (demo) 3:04
    5. “No One Knows What It’s Like to Be Me” (demo) 2:58
    6. “Australia” (acoustic demo, Nick’s house ’96) 4:15
    7. “No Surface All Feeling” (acoustic demo, Nick’s house ’95) 4:02
    8. “Interiors (Song for Willem de Kooning)” (acoustic demo, Nick’s house ’95) 2:57
    9. “The Girl Who Wanted to Be God” (acoustic demo, Nick’s house ’95) 3:58
    10. “A Design for Life” (first rehearsal, Cardiff ’95) 3:56

    dvd
    1. “Documentary: The Making of Everything Must Go”
    2. “Small Black Flowers That Grow in the Sky” (Later with Jools Holland)
    3. “Australia” (Later with Jools Holland)
    4. “A Design for Life” (TFI Friday performance)
    5. “No Surface All Feeling” (Reading 1997 performance)
    6. “Everything Must Go” (Saturday Live performance)
    7. “A Design for Life” (Brits performance and speech)
    11. “Further Away” (new video)
    12. “Home movie”

    The 10 year reissue has not:
    A Design For Life (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Instrumental Version)
    Bright Eyes (Live)
    Everything Must Go (The Chemical Brothers Remix)
    Everything Must Go (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    Everything Must Go (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Soundtrack)
    Kevin Carter (Busts Loose) (Remixed By Jon Carter)
    Kevin Carter (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix)
    Kevin Carter (Stealth Sonic Orchestra Soundtrack)
    Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (Live Acoustic Version)
    Everything Must Go (Acoustic Version) ** or is it the same as Everything Must Go (live)?
    Velocity Girl
    Take The Skinheads Bowling
    Can’t Take My Eyes Off You
    Australia (Lionrock Remix)

    What about the 30th year anniversary edition ?

  19. Alan Wilson says:

    They signed ones moved very quickly once again, sold out already.

    Snagged one earlier in the day though, so I’m happy.

    Great value set as well, good content, excellent price, obviously not done by the same company as the Roger Waters Deluxe set.

  20. IainM says:

    Looks like the signed copies have sold out from the Manics store. No need to rush into a pre-order now …

  21. JWL says:

    Tim Young being involved gives me hope that the sound won’t be as compressed as every Manics album has been since the turn of the Millennium, could be worth getting this one.

    The DVD loses out against the 10th Anniversary version for not including any TV appearances (I’ve had the Nynex show on DVD from a Japanese import for some time), they’ve already released two DVDs of their promo videos yet add 4 of them once again here.

  22. Lee Anderson says:

    :( dammit, signed edition sold out – £45.99 on Amazon now, £50 0n Manics site

  23. Andrea says:

    I was buying the signed copy from Manics website but 20£ for shipping to Italy is pathetic….
    So I bought it on Amazon at 50£+, and then cancelled it just now as it was still a 45£….
    I’ve got the 10th anniversary, which was really a great package, this one is Worth only for DVDs and vinyl, especially because I have almost all B-sides through CD-singles (they were very nicely packaged) bought at the time. They could have done much better (HI res 5:1 version would have been great addition for this record) but the boxset will look nice together with ones for The Holy Bible and Generation Terrorists….

  24. shoop says:

    Wish the uncensored alternate cut of the “Everything Must Go” video was included. It seems to have even disappeared from the internet.

  25. Jason Brown says:

    Intrigued by this, but have to say : Gold Against The Soul deserves a reissue. I know the band aren’t keen on it, but it’s a cracking album. Muscular, lean, no bad songs, the mighty opening triptych – Sleepflower ALONE is worth the price of the album – make this a cracker. Plus, decent b-sides from the era – Comfort Comes, anyone? – this’d make a cracking double, at least…

    • Gazelle says:

      Musically I think of Comfort Comes as more of a companion piece to The Holy Bible than Gold Against The Soul. Although I agree that Gold Against The Soul is deserving of a deluxe reappraisal.

    • gb says:

      totally agree Jason. spot on decription ‘Muscular, lean, no bad songs, the mighty opening triptych’ … this was the album/period I became a fan. just as Landslide was released. saw them for first time Jan 94 on that tour.

  26. Dave says:

    There’s no need to cancel an Amazon pre-order if you ordered a copy at £50+, you automatically get the lower price if it drops after you’ve ordered it.

  27. pinkfloyd says:

    let’s get this straight?
    for the EMG completist what do we need to buy?
    EMG 10th ann. 2CD + DVD
    EMG mini-lp from Japan 2CD
    EMG 20th ann. box set 4CD + DVD
    EMG 20th ann. 2CD
    is that right?
    anything else missing?

  28. auteur55 says:

    Going to pass on this. I have the 2 CD plus DVD one that came out and I don’t see any reason to re-buy it for a live DVD (I’m a CD guy so have no interest in the vinyl). I do wish MSP had done these deluxe editions with all the b-sides from that album era I feel like I have manic b-sides spread across all kinds of formats.

    Also why another one of these instead of a Deluxe of Gold Against the Soul. I would love to have a remastered version with all the b-sides. I don’t like when band skip over albums they weren’t crazy about. It’s a part of their history and a re-appraisal is in order.

  29. Paul Wren says:

    Why can’t they just re-release the album on straight forward vinyl for about £20 rather than having to shell out for a box set as well. Most other bands do this. Maybe even the option of a signed vinyl only re-release. We don’t all want to go broke overnight!

  30. Paul Wren says:

    The website only signed edition has sold out in double quick time.

  31. Gavin says:

    Can not understand why the audio live cd is not in the deluxe box – very cynical way to get you to buy both

  32. Jonathan says:

    Grabbed a signed set with 22€ of postage to Italy.
    Surprised how quickly they got sold out, btw!

  33. lee says:

    you know, i love the Manics, but still – for a band that said they would “never, ever release a live album”, they’ve got awfully good at releasing live albums……

  34. Adey says:

    Why do record companies not release these boxsets without the vinyl? I’m sure I’m not the only fan who doesn’t want to pay extra for this kind of “filler”.
    Although I miss the big artwork of vinyl albums, I was glad to see the back of it in favour of cds.
    It can’t be good for the environment, producing so much vinyl that is just going to sit in boxes, never being played. Music fans aren’t all stamp collecting hipsters!

  35. Adey says:

    Chancers are already listing signed copies on ebay for twice the price

  36. Neil says:

    The 2006 box set was far superior to this. It should have just been a standalone DVD release but instead you have to fork out a fortune just to get the DVD and i totally agree with Adey the vinyl is a waste of time and i was glad to see the back of it as well.

  37. JWL says:

    Actually, it’s likely the vinyl will be the best version audio-wise if it’s in step with the Holy Bible reissue. All Manics CDs since the late 90s have been awfully compressed soundwise and the reissues have been no exception. The Holy Bible vinyl in the latest reissue has a much better dynamic range, you can really crank it up without getting a headache after half an hour.

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  39. Mark Reed says:

    Sets have been arriving today. There are 27 missing tracks (including the DVD content) that are only on the 10th anniversary edition.

    And yes, the vinyl LP has a big white border around a shrunk down 10″ x 10″ photograph of the original LP. It looks stupid, and cheap.

  40. Richard Kirk says:

    My ‘Signed’ copy turned up today…..unsigned. Have emailed the store but had no response back yet. Anyone else in the same boat?

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