Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go

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Music video by Manic Street Preachers performing Everything Must Go.

(C) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited


"Everything Must Go" is a song by Manic Street Preachers, released as a single on July 22, 1996, the second single released from Everything Must Go, released in May of the same year. The song reached number 5 in the UK Singles Chart.

The song is cited by Wire as a message to the fans, saying that the music had changed after the loss of Richey Edwards, but the band is still the same. Ushering in a new era for the band, Wire's lyrics asks fans to forgive them for changing: "and I just hope that you can forgive us, but everything must go".

James Dean Bradfield has said that Sean Moore had a lot of freedom in the drums for his song. Unlike on several previous Manic Street Preachers singles, the drums are not "compressed", they are more open and free, giving a sense of disorder in the song. The song features extensive violins.

It reached number 5 in the UK Singles Chart on August 3, 1996, making it their second straight top-ten hit. In Finland the song reached number 18 in the charts.
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