Many Of Horror (4:18)

Cover of Revolutions: Live At Wembley

From Revolutions: Live At Wembley and 10 other releases

‘Many of Horror’ is the fourth single to be taken from Biffy Clyro’s fifth studio album, Only Revolutions. It is also the first single to be released after the release of its parent album, being released on the 18th January 2010. The song peaked at #20

The single version of the song is a re-worked version, remixed by Jacknife Lee who previously remixed Biffy Clyro’s (and Sucioperro’s) side project Marmaduke Duke’s single Silouettes. This single version is released under the alternate title ‘Many of Horror (When We Collide).’

According to the Many of Horror Songfacts, The use of this song for X Factor champion X Matt Cardle’s debut single prompted a surge of interest in Biffy Clyro’s original and it stormed into the UK Top 10 for the first time in the week after the show’s final, peaking at #8.

‘Many Of Horror’ was the fourth top twenty UK single in the last eighteen months from Scots rockers Biffy Clyro. It follows the success of ‘Mountains’, ‘That Golden Rule’ and ‘The Captain’ – all of which are now featured on their fifth studio album ‘Only Revolutions’.


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