Forever Delayed (DVD)

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Cover of Forever Delayed

Forever Delayed is a Manic Street Preachers DVD released in 2002,[1] featuring all the promo music videos from the start of the band's career to the release of the DVD. It was released together with the greatest hits CD and photo book that bear the same name. Along with the promo videos there is a selection of 14 remix videos, where the visual material is taken from clips of the other promo videos as well as backdrop visuals from the band's live concerts.

Track listing

(directors in brackets)

  1. 'Motown Junk' (Snub TV)
  2. 'You Love Us (Heavenly Recordings version)' (Tony Van Den Ende)
  3. 'You Love Us (Sony Music version)' (W.I.Z.)
  4. 'Stay Beautiful' (Walter Stern)
  5. 'Love's Sweet Exile' (W.I.Z.)
  6. 'Slash 'n' Burn' (Tony Van Den Ende)
  7. 'Motorcycle Emptiness' (Martin Hall)
  8. 'Little Baby Nothing' (Small and B Swells)
  9. 'Theme from M.A.S.H. (Suicide Is Painless)' (Matthew Amos)
  10. 'From Despair to Where' (Peter Scammell)
  11. 'La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh)' (Josh Taft)
  12. 'Roses in the Hospital' (Erik Zimmerman)
  13. 'Life Becoming a Landslide' (Martin Hall)
  14. 'Faster' (Chris D'Adda)
  15. 'Revol' (Chris D'Adda)
  16. 'She Is Suffering' (Adolfo Doring)
  17. 'A Design for Life' (Pedro Romhanyi)
  18. 'Everything Must Go' (W.I.Z.)
  19. 'Kevin Carter' (John Hillcoat)
  20. 'Australia' (John Hillcoat)
  21. 'If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next' (W.I.Z.)
  22. 'The Everlasting' (Mike Lipscombe)'
  23. 'You Stole the Sun from My Heart' (Sophie Muller)
  24. 'Tsunami' (Pedro Romhanyi)
  25. 'The Masses Against the Classes' (live performance taken from Leaving the 20th Century)
  26. 'Found That Soul' (Jeremy Deller and Nick Abrahams)
  27. 'So Why So Sad' (Jamie Thraves)
  28. 'Ocean Spray' (James Frost and Alex Smith)
  29. 'Let Robeson Sing' (Andrew Dosunmu)
  30. 'There By the Grace of God' (John Hillcoat)

Bonus remix videos

  1. 'La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh)' (The Chemical Brothers remix)
  2. 'If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next' (David Holmes remix)
  3. 'Tsunami' (Cornelius remix)
  4. 'So Why So Sad' (Avalanches remix)
  5. 'Faster' (The Chemical Brothers remix)
  6. 'If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next' (Massive Attack remix)
  7. 'Kevin Carter' (Jon Carter remix)
  8. 'You Stole the Sun from My Heart' (David Holmes remix)
  9. 'Tsunami' (Stereolab remix)
  10. 'Let Robeson Sing' (Ian Brown remix)
  11. 'The Everlasting' (Stealth Sonic Orchestra remix)
  12. 'You Stole the Sun from My Heart' (Mogwai remix)
  13. 'A Design for Life' (Stealth Sonic Orchestra remix)
  14. 'Ocean Spray' (Kinobe remix)


  • Discography

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