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Kelly Jones, Richard Jones and Stuart Cable began life as a covers band called Tragic Love Company performing at working men's clubs in and around their home town of Cwmaman.

The band renamed themselves Stereophonics and Kelly's bittersweet lyrics about life in the south Wales valleys attracted the attention of Richard Branson's V2 label which release their first single Looks Like Chaplin/More Life In A Tramp's Vest in 1996.

The debut album Word Gets Around spawned a string of hit singles including Local Boy In The Photograph and Traffic. It helped earn the trio a Brit Award for Best New Band in 1998.

Since then, the albums Performance and Cocktails, Just Enough Education to Perform and You Gotta Go There To Come Back have secured Stereophonics' place as one of the UK's leading rock acts.

They've also toured extensively, including a string of high profile gigs at Cardiff Castle, Morfa Stadium, Donington, and the Millennium Stadium as well as headlining appearances at the Glastonbury, Reading, T in the Park and V festivals.

Kelly's vocal talents earned him a guest spot duetting with fellow Welshman Tom Jones on a cover of Mama Told Me Not To Come on the latter's Reload album.

Meanwhile garrulous drummer Stuart Cable has fronted a health awareness campaign about testicular cancer, and has been presenting his own Cable TV programme on BBC Wales television.

Moment of Glory: Their first major headlining gig at Morfa Stadium, Swansea, in 1999 in front of 50,000 was voted Gig of the Year by readers of the NME.


Stereophonics' debut album.

1.a thousand trees
2.looks like chaplin
3.more life in a tramp's vest
4.local boy in the photograph
6.not up to you
7.check my eyelids for holes
8.same size feet
9.last of the big time drinkers
10.goldfish bowl
11.too many sandwiches
12.billy davey's daughter

Stereophonics' second album

1.roll up and shine
2.the bartender and the thief
3.hurry up and wait
4.pick a part that's new
5.just looking
6.half the lies you tell ain't true
7.i wouldn't believe your radio
8.t-shirt suntan yesterday, tomorrow, today?
10.a minute longer
11.she takes her clothes off
12.plastic california
13. i stopped to fill my car up

Stereophonics' third album. two times
2.lying in the sun writer
4.step on my old size nines
5.have a nice day
6.nice to be out
7.handbags and gladrags them fly sundays
9.everyday i think of money
10.maybe holiday

Stereophonics fourth and newest me (she's outta her mind
2.maybe tomorrow
3.madame helga
4.climbing the wall
6. you stole my money honey
7. jealousy
8.i'm alright (you gotta go there to come back
9.nothing precious at all
10.rainbows and pots of gold
11.i miss you now
12.high as the ceiling
13.since i told you it's over
14.lying to myself again

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