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Decade In The Sun: The Best Of The Stereophonics

Artist: Stereophonics

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  Decade In The Sun Indeed...

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Stereophonics I must say are one of my favorite ever bands and this greatest hits, the first from the welsh rockers is a amazing piece of musical achievement. Featuring all the great singles and songs which made Stereophonics a mainstream band such as 'Dakota', 'Just Looking' & 'Have A Nice Day', while carrying other classic tunes such as 'Traffic' & 'Devil', this album is a must-have for Stereophonics fans and newbies alike. Not to mention the two new singles are amazing!

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An amazing 11 years of Stereophonics brings some fantastic songs in this album. Every single song in this album is brilliant and their 2 new songs "Your'e My Star" and "My Own Worst Enemy" are a great addition to the album. 5/5

  Absolutely Brilliant!!!!!

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One of the best CDs i have bought in a long time! Truly Brilliant!!! Awesome!!

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  Good, erm, quantity.

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You certainly get your money's worth here; and assuming you already know the singles, then you're not going to be disappointed. However, the Stereophonics are hardly known for their variety and if they're not ripping off The Waterboys (of all people) they're ripping off themselves (Bartender & Thief and Vegas Two Times are the same song). The two new tracks are instantly forgettable, but if you don't already own a Sterephonics album then this is well worth getting.

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  who are you oasis?

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Best british band by far, much better than oasis, and so underated
Roll on 15th december birmingham nia here we come!

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  Another Decade...

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Stereophonics really have written some hits during the decade.
No Doubt.

From "Thousand Trees" to "Dakota" spanning the career of the 'phonics, from the first to the last they are triumphant.

I know it's the done thing in todays age, Best of albums when the band are still producing music. It's never really made sense to me, If you are a Stereophonics fan you have all of these tracks already - or you have most of them and a couple of £s on MP3s and you'll have this album completed. But none-the-less, this album will sell.

Thankfully this isn't the end of the 'phonics.
It's just a collection of their best so far...with many more years to come.


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To be honest i bought the album coz i really liked a couple of their classics (handbags & gladrags, maybe tomorrow) but when i played it i couldn't believe how many i did actually know, and the ones i had never heard before i absolutely love. So anyone thinking of buying this but unsure like me - go for it ! It seriously is the best album i've bought in a long time.

  Just Quality

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20 Great tracks from a great band who have repeatedly thrown out quality tracks over the years. To see them all on one album is great, for anyone who slightly likes this band then this would be a great gift for them for Christmas as it must be a safe bet. Every song is one that will bring back a memory and will have you nudging someone saying, "I've not heard this in ages" or "remember this one" Some people might not know a couple of the tracks on there, such as Traffic, well, if you have not heard this one before, get ready to be playing it over and over again as this is truly a great song and should be re-released for the release of the album. From time to time a greatest hits comes out where you can say every song on there is a good one, I mean, who can call a greatest hits a classic album, well you can with this one.

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