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On March 19, 2001.

On March 19, 2001, “Epic” label released “Know Your Enemy”, the sixth Manic Street Preachers studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, Wales,

and was produced by Dave Eringa, David Holmes, Greg Haver and Mike Hedges.


  • James Dean Bradfield– lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Sean Moore– drums, drum programming, trumpet
  • Nicky Wire– lead and backing vocal, acoustic guitar, bass
  • Nick Nasmyth – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Kevin Shields– guitar
  • The Avalanches– remixing

Track listing:

All lyrics by Nicky Wire, except “Ocean Spray”, by James Dean Bradfield; all music by Bradfield and Sean Moore, except “We Are All Bourgeois Now”, by Tim Gane, Malcolm Eden, John Williamson and Gary Baker.

  1. Found That Soul
  2. Ocean Spray
  3. Intravenous Agnostic
  4. So Why So Sad
  5. Let Robeson Sing
  6. The Year of Purification
  7. Wattsville Blues
  8. Miss Europa Disco Dancer
  9. His Last Painting
  10. My Guernica
  11. The Convalescent
  12. Royal Correspondent
  13. Epicentre
  14. Baby Elián
  15. Freedom of Speech Won’t Feed My Children” (contains a cover of the McCarthysong “We Are All Bourgeois Now” as a hidden track)

On September 16, 2013.

On September 16, 2013, “Columbia” label released “Rewind the Film”, the eleventh Manic Street Preachers album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Faster Studios” in Cardiff, Wales;

“Rockfield Studios” in Monmouthshire, Wales, and “Hansa Studios” in Berlin, and was produced by James Dean Bradfield, Nicky Wire, Sean Moore, Alex Silva and Loz Williams.


  • James Dean Bradfield– lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar
  • Nicky Wire– bass guitar, vocals
  • Sean Moore– drums
  • Loz Williams – keyboard, engineering, mixing
  • Lucy Rose– vocals
  • Gavin Fitzjohn– horn arrangemen; baritone and tenor saxophone; trumpet
  • John Rey – piano
  • Richard Hawley– lead vocals; Hawaiian guitar
  • Andy Walters, Joanna Walters – violin
  • Barnard Kane – viola
  • Nathan Stone – cello
  • Tim Tautorat – celeste; string arrangement; violin; keyboards
  • Cate Le Bon– lead vocals
  • Sean Read – horn arrangement; trumpets; saxophone
  • Nick Nasmyth – keyboards
  • Guy Massey – mixing
  • Dave Eringa– mixing
  • Tim Young – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by James Dean Bradfield, Nick Jones, Sean Moore except where noted.

  1. This Sullen Welsh Heart
  2. Show Me the Wonder
  3. Rewind the Film – James Dean Bradfield, Nick Jones, Sean Moore, David Axelrod
  4. Builder of Routines
  5. 4 Lonely Roads
  6. (I Miss the) Tokyo Skyline
  7. Anthem for a Lost Cause
  8. As Holy as the Soil (That Buries Your Skin)
  9. 3 Ways to See Despair
  10. Running Out of Fantasy
  11. Manorbier
  12. 30-Year War



On June 11, 2009.

On June 11, 2009, Idlewild self-released “Post Electric Blues”, bands sixth studio album. It was recorded February-March 2009, at “Wales & Chem 19” in Glasgow, and was produced by Dave Eringa.


  • Roddy Woomble- lead vocals
  • Rod Jones- guitar, backing vocals, keyboards
  • Colin Newton- drums, percussion
  • Allan Stewart- guitar
  • Gareth Russell- bass
  • John Blackshaw – trumpet
  • John McCusker- violin
  • Heidi Talbot- vocals
  • Dave Eringa- engineer, mixing, hammond organ
  • Tom Loffman – mixing engineer
  • Ed Woods – mastering
  • David Gillanders – photography
  • Monkeywithapen – design
  • Andy Irvine – web tech
  • Mika Okamoto – additional web tech

Track listing:

All songs written by Rod Jones, Colin Newton, Gareth Russell, Allan Stewart and Roddy Woomble.

  1. Younger Than America
  2. Readers & Writers
  3. City Hall
  4. (The Night Will) Bring You Back to Life
  5. Dreams of Nothing
  6. Take Me Back to the Islands
  7. Post-electric
  8. All Over the Town
  9. To Be Forgotten
  10. Circles in Stars
  11. Take Me Back in Time


On May 9, 2000.

On May 9, 2000, “Food” label released “100 Broken Windows”, the second Idlewild studio album. It was recorded in 1999, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Dave Eringa and Bob Weston. In 2009, “The Skinny” ranked “100 Broken Windows” at number 1 on its list of the “Scottish Albums of the Decade”.


  • Roddy Woomble- lead vocals
  • Bob Fairfoull– bass
  • Rod Jones- guitar, backing vocals, keyboards
  • Colin Newton- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Roddy Woomble, Bob Fairfoull, Rod Jones and Colin Newton.

  1. Little Discourage
  2. I Don’t Have the Map
  3. These Wooden Ideas
  4. Roseability
  5. Idea Track
  6. Let Me Sleep (Next to the Mirror)
  7. Listen to What You’ve Got
  8. Actually It’s Darkness
  9. Rusty
  10. Mistake Pageant
  11. Quiet Crown
  12. The Bronze Medal

On March 25, 2014.

On March 25, 2014, “Chess” label released “Going Back Home” album by Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey. It was recorded in November 2013, at “Yellow Fish Studios” in Uckfield, and was produced by Dave Eringa.


  • Wilko Johnson- lead guitar
  • Roger Daltrey- lead vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Norman Watt-Roy- bass guitar
  • Dylan Howe- drums, percussion
  • Mick Talbot- piano, Hammond organ
  • Steve Weston – harmonica

Track listing:

All by Wilko Johnson except where noted.

  1. Going Back Home – Wilko Johnson, Mick Green
  2. Ice on the Motorway
  3. I Keep it to Myself
  4. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window – Bob Dylan
  5. Turned 21
  6. Keep On Loving You – Wilko Johnson, Norman Watt-Roy, Salvatore Ramundo
  7. Some Kind of Hero
  8. Sneaking Suspicion
  9. Keep It Out of Sight
  10. Everybody’s Carrying a Gun
  11. All Through the City

On September 30, 2002.


On September 30, 2002, “Columbia” label released “A New Morning” the fifth Suede studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2002, and was produced by Stephen Street, John Leckie and Dave Eringa.

Track listing:

  1. .Positivity – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes, Simon Gilbert, Mat Osman,Neil Codling
  2. Obsessions – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes
  3. Lonely Girls – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes
  4. Lost in TV – Brett Anderson, Mat Osman
  5. Beautiful Loser – Brett Anderson, Alex Lee, Richard Oakes
  6. Streetlife – Brett Anderson, Alex Lee
  7. Astrogirl – Brett Anderson, Alex Lee
  8. .. Morning – Brett Andersom, Richard Oakes
  9. One Hit to the Body – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes,Neil Codling
  10. You Belong to Me – Brett Anderson



On May 18, 2009.


On May 18, 2009, “Columbia” label released “Journal for Plague Lovers”, the ninth Manic Street Preachers studio album. It was recorded October 2008 – February 2009, at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth,Wales, and was produced by Steve Albini and Dave Eringa.


  • James Dean Bradfield– lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar
  • Sean Moore– drums, percussion
  • Nicky Wire– bass guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals,piano
  • Andy Walters – string arrangement, strings
  • Katherine Thomas – harp
  • Joanna Parkhurst – strings
  • Bernard Kane – strings
  • Nathan Stone – strings
  • Steve Albini– recording, mixing
  • Dave Eringa– mixing
  • Loz Williams – recording, engineering
  • Steve Davis – recording
  • Greg Norman – engineering
  • Ben Cunningham – engineering assistance
  • Jenny Saville– front cover artwork
  • Steve Stacey – sleeve design
  • Mitch Ikeda – sleeve photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Richey Edwards, all music by Manic Street Preachers (James Dean Bradfield, Sean Moore, Nicky Wire).

  1. Peeled Apples
  2. Jackie Collins Existential Question Time
  3. Me and Stephen Hawking
  4. This Joke Sport Severed
  5. Journal for Plague Lovers
  6. She Bathed Herself in a Bath of Bleach
  7. Facing Page: Top Left
  8. Marlon J.D
  9. Doors Closing Slowly
  10. All Is Vanity
  11. Pretension/Repulsion
  12. Virginia State Epileptic Colony
  13. William’s Last Words