The original Manics instrumental. The band wouldn’t start doing these again until after a decade starting with Send Away the Tigers’ b-sides.
Horses Under Starlight is the best one of the Manics instrumentals though. Sean’s trumpet plays gloriously while the band takes the chilled way around and about this time, subtly grooving in a suave fashion. Like a lounge song with an attitude. James ba-ba-baaas in the chorus but those are the only vocals. And those keyboards, mmmm.
Sadly the calmness is ruined slightly at the end when the band decides it’s time to stop being cool and kicks up a notch, finishing the song with a fast-rocking finale. It’s not honestly bad or anything but oooooh, that chilled groove is just so awesome and sexy that the song should have finished with it as well.
Amusing musical detail: the random drum roll at the very end when all the instruments bar the guitar’s feedback have quieted down.