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    Manic Street PreachersFaster / P.C.P.

    Label:Epic – 660447 2
    Format:
    CD, Single, Stereo, Digipak
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Indie Rock

    Tracklist

    1Faster3:54
    2P.C.P.3:53
    3Sculpture Of Man1:53
    4New Art Riot (In E Minor)3:00
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    On disc:
    ℗ 1994 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
    © 1994 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
    Original sound recording made by Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
    The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
    "EPIC" Registered Trademark. [Epic logo] is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

    On inner panel:
    "They are deceived who flatter themselves that the ignorant and debased slave has no conception of the magnitude of his wrongs. They are deceived who imagine that he arises from his knees with back lacerated and bleeding, cherishing only a spirit of meekness and forgiveness. A day may come - it will, if his prayer is heard, a terrible day of vengeance, when the master in his turn will cry in vain for mercy." Solomon Northup, 1854

    On back cover:
    © 1994 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
    "EPIC" Registered Trademark. [Epic logo] is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

    On digipak:
    DIGIPAK® Manuf. By J. Upton, England 021 692 1171, as licenced by AGI USA

    Track 4 recorded live at the Clapham Grand on March 2nd, 1994.

    6-panel fold-out Digipak sleeve.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 5 099766 044729
    • Label Code: LC 0199
    • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): [DADC Austria logo] 660447-2 12 A1
    • Rights Society: MCPS / BIEM / SDRM
    • Other (Inner mould ring):
    • Other (Sony format code): CA

    Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Faster / P.C.P. (7", 45 RPM, Single)Epic, Epic660447 7, 01-660447-04UK1994
    New Submission
    Faster / P.C.P. (CD, Maxi-Single)EpicESCA 5963Japan1994
    New Submission
    P.C.P / Faster (10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Limited Edition, Numbered)Epic660447 0UK1994
    Faster / P.C.P. (CD, Single, Promo)EpicXPCD442UK1994
    Faster / P.C.P. (Cassette, Single)Epic660447 4UK1994

    Reviews

    photoshophandsome's profile picture
    photoshophandsome
    hello, does anybody know who might be responsible for the artwork here? In my top 10 favorite artworks
    dokka.chapman's profile picture
    dokka.chapman
    Edited one year ago
    One of the band's more action packed singles and certainly one of the best from their rockier years, the 'Faster/PCP' AA single is by far one of the greatest released by the Manics. 'Faster' is an anarchic blow out of power chords, simple in it's layout but incredibly effective it documents a young man posturing his mental superiority while on a path of self destruction (it also happened to be the only track from 'The Holy Bible' to be included in the band's 2 disc singles collection).
    On the other step is 'P.C.P.', which features a strong post punk bass lick and a rapid style that compliments the other A-Side really well. There also seems to be a pang of early Pop Punk, which just proves how creatively changeable The Manic Street Preachers are.
    The second half of the single are made up of two b-sides - the short and equally unforgiving 'Sculpture Of Man', which is an original piece by the band but comes across as a cover - and a live version of 1990 track 'New Art Riot' played in E Minor, probably the least catchy of the bunch but a perfect way to round out the release.
    If you're looking for a way to get into Manic Street Preachers earlier stuff you need look no further than this AA Side single, it stands today as a boot up the arse to authority and is sure to get you riled up!
    jryuswei's profile picture
    jryuswei
    Edited 8 years ago
    Hello Fellow MSP Fans - I have a version of Faster on my computer with the tracks 1- Faster, 2- P.C.P., 3- Roses In the Hospital (Live), 4- You Love Us (Live), 5- Stay With Me (Live). Does anyone know the info on this single/ep?