WIN: Signed Manics Holy Bible Box Set

Twentieth anniversary vinyl and CD box set of the seminal 1994 album

Earlier this month the Manics released a 20th anniversary edition of their classic 1994 album, The Holy Bible, via Columbia/Sony. The box set contains the album on vinyl for the first time since its original release in August 1994, alongside four CDs, containing remastered editions of the album, both the UK and US mixes, a collection of B-sides and live versions, a recording of one of their final shows with Richey Edwards, from December 1994 at the Astoria in London, and their recent Radio 4 Mastertapes session, performing four tracks from the album in September. The collection also comes with a 40-page colour book about the album. If you fancy being reminded of the album’s greatness, have a read of Tayler Parkes’ essay here. Now, we’ve been given the chance to make you the proud owner of this glorious box set without spending a penny. To be in with a chance of winning, just e-mail your answer to the following question to, with MANICS in the subject line, by midday Monday 22 December. To read the Quietus Competition terms & conditions, click here.

Q: In 1994 the band appeared on Top Of The Pops in support of The Holy Bible. They were dressed in army regalia with James Dean Bradfield donning a balaclava. The BBC received a record amount of complaints for the performance, but what song did the band play?

A. ‘Motorcycle Emptiness’

B. ‘4st 7lb’

C. ‘Faster’

D. ‘Yes’

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