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Legacy: The Best of Mansun

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A few years back I used to love Mansun. They were one of those bands that people either loved, or despised...and I love them!

I saw there was a 'best of' coming out and wasn't that interested as I've got all 4 of their albums (and thus all the tracks), however the DVD caught my attention as it has all the music videos, plus some live footage and interviews, so I decided to buy it.

I'm glad I did now, because even thought I've not watched the DVD yet (it's going to be ace), it's worth getting this album for the sleeve notes written by Paul Draper (singer) which are really enlightening - plus they have a snippet from each NME single review of which, nearly every track is thoroughly dissed by those twats at the NME!

Just goes to show the press don't know shit about good music. Thanks Mansun.

I hate NME - always have. always will

12th Oct 2006, 16:25