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On 24 November 2008, it was announced that Edwards' parents had obtained a court order, issued by the Probate Registry of Wales, naming them as executors and stating that he died "on or since" 1 February 1995. Evans, Catherine Mary "[http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2008/11/24/missing-manic-street-preacher-richey-edwards-declared-legally-dead-13-years-on-91466-22323627/ Missing Manic Street Preacher Richey Edwards declared legally dead, 13 years on]", 24 Nov 2008, ''[[Western Mail (Wales)|Western Mail]]''. Accessed on 11 February 2009. [http://www.webcitation.org/5eVhKOdFs Archived] on 11 February 2009.</ref><ref name=Telegraph>{{cite web |url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/3514147/Richey-Edwards.html |title=Richey Edwards |publisher=[[Telegraph.co.uk]] |accessdate=2009-06-22 |date=23 March 2009 }}</ref>) was a [[Wales|Welsh]] musician who was lyricist and rhythm guitarist of the [[alternative rock]] band [[Manic Street Preachers]]. He was known for his politicized and intellectual songwriting which, combined with an enigmatic and eloquent character, has assured him cult status.<ref>Owen, Paul, "[http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/2008/nov/27/manic-street-preachers/ The Manics' Lyrics Were Something Special]",''[[The Guardian]]'', 27 Nov 2008</ref><ref>Clash Music, "[http://www.clashmusic.com/news/manics-member-officially-dead/ Manics Member Officially Dead]", ''[[Clash (magazine)|Clash Music]]''</ref> Edwards vanished on 1 February 1995.<ref name="bbcwales">BBC Wales, "[http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/music/sites/genres_artists/rock_pop/manic_street_preachers_richey.shtml Manic Street Preachers - Richey Edwards]",''[[BBC Wales]]''</ref> He was declared presumed deceased in November 2008.<ref>Evans, "[http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2008/11/24/missing-manic-street-preacher-richey-edwards-declared-legally-dead-13-years-on-91466-22323627/ Missing Manic Street Preacher]",''[[Western Mail (Wales)|Western Mail]]''</ref> The ninth album by Manic Street Preachers, ''[[Journal for Plague Lovers]]'', which was released on 18 May 2009, is composed entirely of lyrics left behind by Edwards.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.manicstreetpreachers.com/07/news/2009/03/24/journal_for_plague_lovers?page=1 |title=Journal for Plague Lovers"'&#39; |publisher=Manicstreetpreachers.com |date= |accessdate=2011-11-02}}</ref>
 
On 24 November 2008, it was announced that Edwards' parents had obtained a court order, issued by the Probate Registry of Wales, naming them as executors and stating that he died "on or since" 1 February 1995. Evans, Catherine Mary "[http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2008/11/24/missing-manic-street-preacher-richey-edwards-declared-legally-dead-13-years-on-91466-22323627/ Missing Manic Street Preacher Richey Edwards declared legally dead, 13 years on]", 24 Nov 2008, ''[[Western Mail (Wales)|Western Mail]]''. Accessed on 11 February 2009. [http://www.webcitation.org/5eVhKOdFs Archived] on 11 February 2009.</ref><ref name=Telegraph>{{cite web |url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/3514147/Richey-Edwards.html |title=Richey Edwards |publisher=[[Telegraph.co.uk]] |accessdate=2009-06-22 |date=23 March 2009 }}</ref>) was a [[Wales|Welsh]] musician who was lyricist and rhythm guitarist of the [[alternative rock]] band [[Manic Street Preachers]]. He was known for his politicized and intellectual songwriting which, combined with an enigmatic and eloquent character, has assured him cult status.<ref>Owen, Paul, "[http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/2008/nov/27/manic-street-preachers/ The Manics' Lyrics Were Something Special]",''[[The Guardian]]'', 27 Nov 2008</ref><ref>Clash Music, "[http://www.clashmusic.com/news/manics-member-officially-dead/ Manics Member Officially Dead]", ''[[Clash (magazine)|Clash Music]]''</ref> Edwards vanished on 1 February 1995.<ref name="bbcwales">BBC Wales, "[http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/music/sites/genres_artists/rock_pop/manic_street_preachers_richey.shtml Manic Street Preachers - Richey Edwards]",''[[BBC Wales]]''</ref> He was declared presumed deceased in November 2008.<ref>Evans, "[http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2008/11/24/missing-manic-street-preacher-richey-edwards-declared-legally-dead-13-years-on-91466-22323627/ Missing Manic Street Preacher]",''[[Western Mail (Wales)|Western Mail]]''</ref> The ninth album by Manic Street Preachers, ''[[Journal for Plague Lovers]]'', which was released on 18 May 2009, is composed entirely of lyrics left behind by Edwards.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.manicstreetpreachers.com/07/news/2009/03/24/journal_for_plague_lovers?page=1 |title=Journal for Plague Lovers"'&#39; |publisher=Manicstreetpreachers.com |date= |accessdate=2011-11-02}}</ref>
   
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Richey Edwards (often referred to during his years with Manic Street Preachers as ''Richey James'') grew up in [[Blackwood, Caerphilly]], [[Wales]], where he attended [[Oakdale Comprehensive School]]. From 1986 to 1989, Edwards attended [[University of Wales, Swansea]] and graduated with a 2:1 [[academic degree|degree]] in political history. He has one sister named Rachel (born 1969 in [[Pontypool]]).
 
Richey Edwards (often referred to during his years with Manic Street Preachers as ''Richey James'') grew up in [[Blackwood, Caerphilly]], [[Wales]], where he attended [[Oakdale Comprehensive School]]. From 1986 to 1989, Edwards attended [[University of Wales, Swansea]] and graduated with a 2:1 [[academic degree|degree]] in political history. He has one sister named Rachel (born 1969 in [[Pontypool]]).
   
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