Manics front-man donates rare vinyl for charity
Manic Street Preachers frontman James Dean Bradfield has donated a rare copy of the bands self funded debut 7-inch single 'Suicide Alley' to raise money for the Velindre Cancer Centre.
Only 300 copies of the vinyls were pressed in 1988 after being self funded by the band while they were still unsigned.
The rare single has been described by Bradfield as 'one of the most collectable Manics items' and will be signed by the singer, along with badmates Sean Moore and Nicky Wire before heading to auction for the charity.
To bid on the vinyl, simply tweet @velindre with your price before 5pm on the 7th of October.
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