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  1. Peeled Apples
  2. Jackie Collins Existential Question Time
  3. Me and Stephen Hawking
  4. This Joke Sport Severed
  5. Journal for Plague Lovers
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  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
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Richey James Edwards disappeared in February 1995, just months after the release of the Manic Street Preachers' lacerating third album, The Holy Bible. He was officially presumed dead in November 2008 and just months later the Manics released Journal for Plague Lovers, an album that's an explicit sequel to The Holy Bible right down to its Jenny Saville cover art. The Manics pay tribute to their lost comrade by setting his last writings to music, getting Steve Albini -- beloved by Richey for his production on Nirvana's In ...

Journal for Plague Lovers 2009, Columbia

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