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Manic Street Preachers sit in

Nicky and James from Manic Street Preachers sit in for Iggy Pop this week ahead of their appearance at BBC Music's Biggest Weekend in Belfast.

They'll be spinning a selection of tracks including The Fall, Glen Campbell, Anna Meredith and Abba.

2 hours

Music Played

  • The Fall

    Couldn't Get Ahead

  • Skids

    Of One Skin

  • Wolf Alice

    Beautifully Unconventional

  • Ryan Adams

    Prisoner

  • Barbara

    L'Aigle Noir (Dédiée A Laurence)

  • Julia Holter

    Sea Calls Me Home

    • DOMINO RECORDING CO LTD.
  • ABBA

    S.O.S.

    • Abba Gold.
    • Polydor.
    • 010.
  • The War on Drugs

    Pain

  • Santigold

    Les Artistes

  • The Cure

    Push

  • David Bowie

    Fantastic Voyage

  • John Cale

    Half Past France

  • Michael Kiwanuka

    Love & Hate

    • Polydor.
  • The Radio Dept.

    Running Out Of Love

  • Hüsker Dü

    Back From Somewhere

  • Iggy Pop & Kate Pierson

    Candy

    • Virgin.
  • Surfer Blood

    Floating Vibes

    • Kanine Records.
  • Girls Against Boys

    Learned It

  • Rush

    Limelight

  • Man

    Back into the Future

  • Troyka

    Rarebit

  • Wire

    The Other Window

  • The Cribs

    Men's Needs

    • CD SINGLE.
    • Wichita.
  • White Hills

    No Will

  • Glen Campbell

    Galveston

    • Country Roads (Various Artists).
    • Polygram Tv.
  • Anna Meredith

    Nautilus

  • Lana Del Rey

    Video Games

    • STRANGER.
  • The Fall

    Gut Of The Quantifier

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