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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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You Love Us is always a huge fan favourite whenever the Manics play live and Saturday night was no different with arms punching and pints going flying as the Geordie faithful sang it straight back at them.
For example: This was the site of the Manic Street Preachers' studio (dates).
S 8 :8P1P 8P1P 8 "I'm a big Manics fan anyway, so to work with them and be part of the song was incredible.
I first became aware of the Manics when I saw them on Top of the Pops wearing balaclavas during their 'terrorist chic' period.
WELSH rock band Manic Street Preachers were forced to cancel their performance at last night's V Festival after being stranded in Hungary.
Surprisingly for the Manics the album is almost entirely acoustic, new territory for a band known for their jagged guitar hooks.
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The Manic Street Preachers are at the NIA on December 8 and we're giving away one pair of tickets and a pre-show Meet & Greet pass.
The Manics formed in Blackwood, South Wales, in 1986 and started off playing punk rock then became known as an alternative rock band.
We want the next Manics record to be a great album.
Seeing the older generation in the pit alongside bare midriffed teenagers at a Manic Street Preachers concert is a disconcerting experience.
Empty Souls, meanwhile, borrows a few guitar licks from The Edge's songbook as The Manics flirt with the notion of being stadium rockers.