Manic Street Preachers - Theme From M.A.S.H. (Suicide Is Painless) mp3 download
That suicide is painless It brings on many changes And I can take or leave them if I please. The sword of time will pierce our skin It doesn't hurt when it begins But as it works its way on in The pain grows stronger watch I bring. That suicide is painless It brings on many changes And I can take or leave them if I please. A brave man once requested me To answer questions that are key Is it to be or not to be And I replied oh why ask me. That suicide is painless It brings on many changes And you can do the same thing if you please. Song from M a s h (suicide. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – Manic Street Preachers - Theme from M A S H (Suicide Is Painless) (Video)YouTube.
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Suicide Is Painless". from the album M A S H (Original Soundtrack Recording). Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers released a cover version of "Suicide Is Painless" on September 7, 1992 as "Theme from . Suicide Is Painless)". In the UK it was a double A-side charity single to help The Spastics Society, with The Fatima Mansions' take on Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" as the other A-side.
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Twenty years ago this week the Manic Street Preachers scored their first top 10 hit; not with one of the anthemic hymns to alienation that would make them briefly the biggest band in Britain in the late 90s, nor with one of the ludicrously assured brat-punk spitballs that made them music press darlings in their early career, but with a. rocked-up cover of a 70s TV theme. It's the weirdest curio in a back catalogue that's stuffed with weird curios and a telling move from a band who've always been knowingly awkward as much as they've shamelessly courted the mainstream. Theme from M A S H (Suicide Is Painless) was recorded for a paltry £80 on a single day – pretty remarkable as Sony had just splashed £400,000 on their debut album – in the same Cardiff studio the band would later use to record The Holy Bible. It was the Manics' contribution to Ruby Trax, a triple-disc charity record compiled to commemorate NME's 40th birthday that also included cuts from Suede, EMF and Blur (who delivered a version of Maggie May so bad Alex James refused to play on it).
Manic Street Preachers's Theme From . Suicide Is Painless) EP doesn't quite stand the test of time. The dated rock histrionics of the sometimes amazing band seem a bit misguided here. H (Suicide Is Painless)" is catchy enough to be successful, but it's that same familiarity of the television show's theme song that brings the track down a notch. At least James Dean Bradfield's vocals are impassioned. The song works best before it picks up steam and gets harsh with a 30-second guitar solo. It's hard to imagine any band being able to make the lyrics work, but the music is melodic enough and the band's enthusiasm is a bit addictive, so it's a mark in the win column. Ain't Goin' Down" isn't as touching as the band intended. Musically, there's not much interesting going on; just a slow beat, jangling guitars that don't go anywhere, and Bradfield and company attempting harmonies. The song is more awkward and boring than pretty.