The Stereophonics Decade In The Sun (Deluxe Edition) 2CD 2 008 404

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Name:The Stereophonics Decade In The Sun (Deluxe Edition) 2CD 2 008 404

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ARTiST: The Stereophonics
ALBUM: Decade In The Sun
BiTRATE: 198kbps avg
QUALiTY: EAC Secure Mode / LAME 3.97 Final / -V2 --vbr-new / 44.100Khz
SiZE: 234.12 megs
PLAYTiME: 2h 37min 10sec total
RiP DATE: 2008-11-17
STORE DATE: 2008-11-14

Track List: Disc #1/2
01. Dakota 4:58
02. The Bartender And The Thief 2:54
03. Just Looking 4:14
04. Have A Nice Day 3:24
05. Local Boy In The Photograph 3:19
06. Maybe Tomorrow 4:34
07. Superman 3:52
08. Pick A Part That's New 3:32
09. My Own Worst Enemy 3:35
10. I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio 3:44
11. You're My Star 4:29
12. Mr. Writer 4:27
13. Step On My Old Size Nines 3:56
14. Devil 4:41
15. It Means Nothing 3:46
16. A Thousand Trees 3:00
17. Vegas Two Times 3:39
18. Traffic 4:53
19. More Life In A Tramps Vest 2:22
20. Handbags And Gladrags 4:39

Track List: Disc #2/2
01. Madame Helga 3:53
02. Bank Holiday Monday 3:12
03. Rewind 4:27
04. My Friends 3:35
05. Climbing The Wall 4:56
06. Mama Told Me Not To Come (With 3:01
Tom Jones)
07. Since I Told You It's Over 4:16
08. Moviestar 4:03
09. Not Up To You 4:30
10. Getaway 3:54
11. I Stopped To Fill My Car Up 4:26
12. Carrot Cake And Wine (From A 4:23
Thousand Trees EP)
13. Billy Davey's Daughter 3:41
14. Raymond's Shop (From More Life 2:52
In A Tramps Vest EP)
15. Stone 3:43
16. I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There 4:32
To Come Back)
17. First Time I Ever Saw Your Face 4:03
(With Jools Holland)
18. Same Size Feet 3:58
19. She Takes Her Clothes Off 3:15
20. Hurry Up And Wait 4:32

Release Notes:
Stereophonics are the latest Brit band to bring out a greatest hits, but unlike
Oasis and Radiohead, Decade In The Sun was the band's own decision to, in their
own words, ''celebrate ten fantastic years''. In a recent interview, Kelly Jones
said people are quick to be negative about ''some exec making a compilation on
his laptop'', but that the new songs included here (and more of that later) show
rather than dying quietly, Stereophonics are focused on new material.

So this is the story of how Cwmaman's Tragic Love Company became 2008's
nine-million-selling global superstars - via being Branson's first ever signing
to V2 records – and with just the one major line up change on the way. But with
Cable or without him, this disc shows what most won't realise: just how many
hits Stereophonics have had.

The best of six albums (five of those chart toppers) are here, starting with
their only number one single Dakota and ending with the inevitable – the hit
that isn't theirs, Handbags And Gladrags. All moods of the Welshmen are here,
from the flippant, whiney classic Have A Nice Day to the more political A
Thousand Trees with its incendiary line: ''It only takes one tree to make a
thousand matches, it only takes one match to burn a thousand trees''.

There are two new tracks on the album, You're My Star and My Own Worst Enemy.
The former is stylish and steady, more Superman than Just Looking.

The balance from across the ten years in the 19 tracks is good, though notable
exceptions are two of their biggest hits, Madame Helga and Moviestar. You have
to question the decision to overlook the pair in favour of their dirgey, lowest
ever charting single, More Life In A Tramp's Vest. True, it was their debut, but
it's the rare occasion when an exec's choice might have beaten the band's
sentimentally-clouded judgement. Nitpicking aside though, this is a fantastic
selection sure to thrill Stereophonics superfans and new recruits alike.

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