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manic

adjective agitated, aroused, enraged, excited, frantic, frenzied, hyped-up, hyper, hyperactive, hysterical, incensed, inflamed, nervous, out of control, perturbed, wrought-up
Associated concepts: insanity defense
See also: lunatic, non compos mentis
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In his interview with XFM, Wire also revealed that he plans to tour his record, which should take some time and may delay the next Manics album further.
The following year - as hip and trendy scenesters basked in the aftermath of Britpop - the Manics took a song about the Spanish Civil War (If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next) to the top of the charts.
Ikeda has worked closely with the Manics since he was commissioned by Sony Music in Japan to photograph the band and found that he developed an instant rapport with them.
It's terrific that the Manics are getting involved with us.
While the fans rocked the Manics sat, stared and basked in reflected g
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The group's progress since has been marked by his absence, and the Manics have tried to honour his memory with dignity.
Manics recorded their own version for the 1995 charity album Help, conceived as a fundraiser to help children orphaned by the war in Bosnia.
But there were no such problems last night as the Manics reminded South Wales why they are one of the top names in British rock.
OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 1994: The Manics play their last concerts as a four- piece.