Articles tagged stereophonics

Stereophonics: Keep the Village Alive

Another great showing from this ever-reliable outfit and its main songwriter, the unflappable Kelly Jones.

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Grouplove: Never Trust a Happy Song

The Los Angeles quintet settles for a mixed bag of goods on their debut album. Or perhaps a mixed bag of bads is more applicable?

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Stereophonics Keep Calm and Carry On (Mercury) Releasing: 16 November Stereophonics return with their latest album, Keep Calm and Carry On, via Mercury Records on November 1

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22 Apr 2009 // 11:30 AM presents a special Stereophonics concert at Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios in London for a cozy audience of 200. The favorites are here including “Local

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Stereophonics: Decade in the Sun

The Welsh outfit's Best Of is a remarkable account of a career completely devoid of a sense of humour.

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20 Questions: Stereophonics

One of Apple's inventions and Salvador Dali's creations hold some envy for members of Stereophonics. The band's bassist and drummer talk with 20 Questions about these and other inspirations.

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Stereophonics : Pull the Pin

The Welsh rockers' last album put to bed whatever hints of singular creative direction could be descried on their first three releases, so why should their latest be any different?

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Live from Abbey Road - Episode Four

Sundance Channel's acclaimed series is well into its second season, and, again, is bringing all manner of artists to Abbey Road for a look into the process of music-making.

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Stereophonics: Live From Dakota

The second greatest Welsh trio today (Manics being numero uno) show their wares and seasoned chops during this enjoyable, relentless double-disc collection of favorites.

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	Stereophonics: Language. Sex. Violence. Other?

No more croaking ballads? Have Stereophonics finally decided to move on or are they just Britrock revivalist bandwagon jumpers?"

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	Stereophonics: You Gotta Go There to Come Back

The Stereophonics had basically two waves of popularity in North America, the first being with 1999’s Performance & Cocktails, an album that was pop rock

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        Stereophonics: Just Enough Education to Perform

Stereophonics are the prototypical stadium band—big, anthemic choruses; grinding guitars; a raspy-voiced, charismatic front man, and sing-a-long songs that almost beg you to light

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	Stereophonics, Performance and Cocktails

American critics have been busy slagging off the Stereophonics sophomore effort for the past month, labeling it second-rate Oasis and Radiohead. They’re flat out

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TIFF 2017: 'The Shape of Water'

// Notes from the Road

"The Shape of Water comes off as uninformed political correctness, which is more detrimental to its cause than it is progressive.

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