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Generation Terrorists is the debut album by Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers, released on 10 February 1992, and produced by Steve Brown.

It was recorded by tracking (the band recorded each instrument separately rather than playing it as a live band and then adding the overdubs later) over a period of 23 weeks at Blackbarn Studios, near Guildford, England. Despite the whole band being credited in the album notes, vocalist James Dean Bradfield played all guitars and bass on… read more

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  • 60 tracks?!?!?!?!
  • lots of cowbell
  • Probably the only songs resembling 80s metal that I'll ever listen to and enjoy.
  • Perhaps patience is the word you're looking for... 1.2 hours of punky glam rock would wear on anyone. Great album but not enough sonic variety to justify 18 four minute tracks on average. Richey said it himself... yeah. If it were a double album, it wouldn't make that much difference... you're judging the whole thing at the end of the day. Also, Spectators Of Suicide would have been better suited on Gold Against The Soul, all things considered.
  • If this was released in the days of vinyl, it would be a double album! It's fantastic beginning to end and no way in hell should 3 rocking tracks have been omitted from the track list! If it's too long, you don't have an attention span.
  • Several tracks too long, which is frustrating and somewhat dwarfs the highlights. A weak 8/10 but one of their better albums, behind THB, EMG, JFPL and TIMTTMY. I'd take out Born To End, Stay Beautiful and Damn Dog...
  • Ready for the 20th anniversary edition!
  • why didn't sean moore just fucking play the drums on this album?
  • Awesome, an all time favourite album. It has indefinable qualities which make it much more than the sum of its parts. I guess conviction, passion and a feeling that it all means a hell of a lot to its creators.
  • This album changed my life.

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