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Performance & Cocktails
Stereophonics
Performance & Cocktails
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Japanese edition of the Welsh indie rock trio's sophomore outing with a full color CD-sized postcard and three live bonus tracks, 'Check My Eyelids For The Holes', 'The Bartender And The Thief' & 'T-shirt Suntan'. 16 track...  more »

      
   
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All Artists: Stereophonics
Title: Performance & Cocktails
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: V2 North America
Original Release Date: 9/14/1999
Release Date: 9/14/1999
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Indie & Lo-Fi, British Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 638812705228

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Album Description
Japanese edition of the Welsh indie rock trio's sophomore outing with a full color CD-sized postcard and three live bonus tracks, 'Check My Eyelids For The Holes', 'The Bartender And The Thief' & 'T-shirt Suntan'. 16 tracks total, also featuring the singles 'The Bartender And The Thief' & 'Just Looking'. 1999 release.

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CD Reviews

American Perspective
alexander laurence | Los Angeles, CA | 04/20/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Grunge is just a memory now as the American masses go after Kid Rock. But bands like Stereophonics have been doing the great old punk/metal thing for a few years, and this new record was actually up for this year's Mercury Prize. Songs like "The Bartender and The Thief" and "T-shirt Sun Tan" are classic songs to get excited about. Also they are big on ballads, that show a softer side to the power trio from Wales. I saw them recently live, and they are entertaining, with singer Kelly Jones' head to the side approach, and the drummer Stuart Cable had as much energy as Keith Moon. Finally here's a band who can take the mantel from Oasis and Nirvana. A record for those who want to rock out!(www.freewilliamsburg.com)"
Great album
Sakos | United States | 04/11/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This, the Stereophonics 2nd album, is leaps and bounds beyond its predecessor, Word Gets Around, in terms of production, songwriting, and performance. From the brutal opener of Roll Up and Shine to the storming rockers like The Bartender and The Thief, Half of the Lies You Tell Ain't True, and T-Shirt Sun Tan, to the pretty She Takes Her Clothes Off, I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio, and Plastic California, this album is rock-solid (pun intended!). The closer is a little long-winded and repetitive, and there are some limp ballads (Just Looking, Hurry Up and Wait) but overall, this is a solid album!"
Great Performance (and Cocktails)
Jacob Cowell | Waterloo, IA USA | 10/23/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This was the last Stereophonics album that I purchased, and I wish that I had gotten it a lot sooner. Magnificent. All of the tracks are well mixed and the clarity of Kelly's vocals is crystal clear. What a sweet album, and by saying that I mean that I'm glad they chose to show some of their heart on it. Performance includes some of the most beautiful songs the group has ever put together in my opinion. Case in point being "Hurry Up and Wait". This song makes sense if you put it into context concerning the state of peoples beliefs in this day and age. I think they are saying be patient and the good things in life will come to you. In the same context is the track "Is Yesterday, Tommorrow, Today?". But I'm not saying that this album only has slow or mellow tracks. If you want to hear driving rock and roll, just listen to "Roll Up and Shine", "The Bartender and the Thief", and "T-Shirt Sun Tan". Excellent if you really want to get your head bobbing. However, the best two tracks on the album are of the slower variety. "I Stopped to Fill My Car Up" is beautiful in the fact that it's such a creepy tune. And the best has got to be "Just Looking". It's got great verses that build up to crashing choruses. Magical, just magical. This is definately one for anyone who likes great music and especially if they are fans of The Stereophonics."