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“I hate middle age, in between acceptance and rage.”
This line from ‘Builder of Routines’ sums the Manic Street Preachers up in one succinct sentence. Sure; they are heading into their mid-forties; but they are certainly not ready for the pipe-and-slippers lifestyle just yet. From their Guns N Roses-inspired debut; ‘Generation Terrorists’; to the majestic, melodic ‘Gold Against the Soul’ right through to the stark, bleak tones of the masterpiece that is ‘The Holy Bible’; the Manics are interesting and innovative; imaginative and intriguing. They constantly evolve their look and sound and no two albums are similar to one another. Take the two most recent offerings, namely ‘Postcards from a Young Man’ and their latest release; ‘Rewind the Film.’ They purposely wanted to defect away from their usual formula, which is heavily dominated by electric guitars, crashing drums and blasting bass. Instead, they have chosen to favour acoustic tones, with brass accompaniments and soaring string sections to give a fuller sound whilst still possessing a hint of the understated and intimate.
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At The Mitre Hotel, we have been on tenterhooks waiting for the Blackwood boys to return to the North West, and the fact that they are playing a more intimate gig as opposed to the usual arena or football stadium makes for an extra special experience. Our accommodation in Manchester City Centre is comfortable and relaxing and we are one of the only hotels in Manchester City Centre which is situated in a convenient location, close to all local amenities. Hotels in Manchester City Centre will often cost an absolute fortune; especially at the weekend; so you will be pleasantly surprised at our competitive rates. If you wish to find out a little more about accommodation in Manchester City Centre then please do not hesitate to contact The Mitre Hotel on 0161 834 4128 today.