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Monday, August 31, 2020

Manic Street Preachers - "Roses In The Hospital (ECG Remix) (Remastered)" [Rock & Alternative]

Roses In The Hospital (ECG Remix) (Remastered)

"Roses In The Hospital (ECG Remix) (Remastered)" music video by Manic Street Preachers
Added: 31-08-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Roses in the Hospital (ECG Remix) [Remastered] [Official HD Video]

Roses in the Hospital (ECG Remix)(Remasterd) [Official Audio)

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"Roses in the Hospital" is a song by Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers. It was released in 1993 by record label Epic as the third single from their second album, Gold Against the Soul.

Allison Clarke of LouderSound proclaimed the song's style as "irrepressible funk". Ben Scott of XSNoise detailed the songs styling as "stadium funk-rock with a twist of Bowie’s ‘Sound And Vision’".

At the end of the song James Dean Bradfield can be heard singing the line "Rudi gonna fail", a reference to "Rudie Can't Fail", a song by The Clash from their seminal album London Calling. The Manics have cited The Clash as one of the key influences on their sound.

Tags : 1993, 90s, Manic Street Preachers

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