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Old 19-03-2015, 09:32
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From Despair To Where on Raw Soup shown on ITV's "Pop Gold" programme last night! Was nice to see in good quality again
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Old 20-03-2015, 14:14
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From Despair To Where on Raw Soup shown on ITV's "Pop Gold" programme last night! Was nice to see in good quality again
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https://www.itv.com/itvplayer/best-of-the-80s-vol-1
that's a good show to keep an eye on. Not being able to rely on TOTP footage you get appearances on shows long forgotten
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Old 06-04-2015, 16:29
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Removables was just on Flog It on BBC1. How random!
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Old 10-04-2015, 19:28
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Nick Naysmith on The One Show playing with Jimmy Somerville!
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Old 16-04-2015, 16:38
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YLAINE on the local radio around 9am. made my day
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Old 17-04-2015, 22:15
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Not TV/radio, but I was in Boots in Leeds this afternoon and Show Me The Wonder was playing.
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Old 17-04-2015, 22:32
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Chronologically speaking the last Manics song I heard played in a shop et al was Your Love Alone. Nothing else from PFAYM, RTF or Futurology. (Though I heard Walk Me To The Bridge and - oddly - Europa Geht Durch Mich on the radio a few times last summer.)

I still hear Tolerate now and again.
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Old 02-05-2015, 22:33
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ADFL on Match of the Day just now.

'As we are told that this is the end' seems prophetic right now...
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Old 02-05-2015, 22:47
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ADFL on Match of the Day just now.

'As we are told that this is the end' seems prophetic right now...
For Newcastle, yeah...! I'm watching it too. Good to hear some Manics, once the darlings of MOTD with those shiny mid-90's 'rock anthems' about class war, loneliness and death!
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Forgot to post this at the time, but I was walking round Trinity shopping centre in Wakefield the other week and ADFL was blasting out. Still gave me goosebumps!
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Well- I suppose this is my first post here. Soooooo hi.

I am one of the unicorns- an American Manics fan. So imagine my astonishment when I heard 'If you tolerate this...' playing in a grocery store in a random, benign, dull suburb of Philadelphia a few years ago. My sister, who I introduced to the Manics, was with me and we stopped dead in our tracks and looked at each other.

That's likely the one and only time I've heard them without pushing the play button myself; it's possible that I did in the UK, but it doesn't stand out because I haven't been there in like 8 years and it wouldn't have been so shocking.
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Old 08-05-2015, 12:31
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Old 08-05-2015, 14:03
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Well- I suppose this is my first post here. Soooooo hi.

I am one of the unicorns- an American Manics fan. So imagine my astonishment when I heard 'If you tolerate this...' playing in a grocery store in a random, benign, dull suburb of Philadelphia a few years ago. My sister, who I introduced to the Manics, was with me and we stopped dead in our tracks and looked at each other.

That's likely the one and only time I've heard them without pushing the play button myself; it's possible that I did in the UK, but it doesn't stand out because I haven't been there in like 8 years and it wouldn't have been so shocking.
2 white whales! I'm a rare U.S. Manics fan too also from Pennsylvania! More north than philly, by Scranton, and I did the same thing when I heard "You Stole the Sun.." in a Lowes a few years back!
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Old 08-05-2015, 18:46
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Was in HSBC doing a bank run for work and Postcards was playing, I stood in line humming away and tapping my foot When the radio guy said "That was Manic Street Preachers" I just smiled to myself.
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Old 13-05-2015, 04:02
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2 white whales! I'm a rare U.S. Manics fan too also from Pennsylvania! More north than philly, by Scranton, and I did the same thing when I heard "You Stole the Sun.." in a Lowes a few years back!
Hah! Must have been on the latest shopping time greatest hits comp.

Were you at Webster hall? Met some scranton fans there.

And thanks for the welcome up there! ⬆️🇺🇸
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