Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Manics Singles Rankings Update


The band's own personal rankings are out. You've seen mine now they're showing me theirs. Charts and graphs were to follow, but a simple list will suffice, as I've no idea how to do a graph that a) successfully compares the relationship between my chart and that of theirs (a timeline would have been very interesting, highlighting their massive bias towards their recent material) and b) doesn't look shit. This was the best I could do:

Anyway, for the ease of your eyes, below is their list from top-to-bottom (which has the unexpected additional appearances of 'Strip It Down' and 'Suicide Alley' - not included in mine as I expected them to merely rate the singles from 'National Treasures'. My rankings, which I pimped out to buggery to the tune of around 300 views so far (!) are here.

1. Faster
2. A Design for Life
3. Your Love Alone is Not Enough
4. Motorcycle Emptiness
5. If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
6. Motown Junk
7. The Masses Against the Classes
8. (It's Not War) Just the End of Love
9. The Love of Richard Nixon
10. Suicide Alley
11. You Love Us
12. La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh)
13. Found that Soul
14. Kevin Carter
15. Ocean Spray
16. Some Kind of Nothingness
17. Roses in the Hospital
18. Love's Sweet Exile
19. Let Robeson Sing
20. You Stole the Sun From My Heart
21. Australia
22. Stay Beautiful
23. Postcards From a Young Man
24. Everything Must Go
25. Tsunami
26. Indian Summer
27. Theme from Mash (Suicide is Painless)
28. This is the Day
29. From Despair to Where
30. The Everlasting
31. Slash 'n' Burn
32. Life Becoming a Landslide
33. Autumnsong
34. Strip it Down
35. Little Baby Nothing
36. Empty Souls
37. So Why So Sad
38. She is Suffering
39. Revol
40. There By the Grace of God

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