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The Holy Bible was the third studio album by the Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers. It was released on August 30, 1994 by Epic Records, a subsidiary of Sony Records, unlike their two previous albums which had been released on the Columbia Records imprint. It peaked at number 6 on the UK Albums Chart. In August 2005 it topped Newsnight Review's 'Quintessential Newsnight Viewer' top 5 favourite albums poll, pushing Radiohead's OK Computer (a much bigger seller) into second… read more



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  • dark and evil alternative rock piece
  • James Dean Bradfield is really underrated in the music world. How did he even come up with music to lyrics so jagged and awkward!? and not only that, capture their mood perfectly with the music. He's the 2nd genius behind this album but he gets zero recognition because everyone always makes it about Richey.
  • Twenty years today. It's kind of crazy when you think about what kind of impact it has had on so many people.
  • Listening to it for the first time in a long time. It's better then I remember especially if I pay attention to the lyrics.Have a good 20th birthday by the way you crazy fucking album.
  • I keep getting bits from this album and it is changing my life
  • A masterpiece. The lyrics on this album are incredible!
  • Just gave this a listen again after forgetting about it for years. It's been on repeat atleast 10 times now. Serious lyric envy. Richie you animal!
  • Still probably my favourite album
  • The best rock album ever made.

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