Welsh rock band Stereophonics have released ten studio albums, one live album, one compilation album, four extended plays (EP), two box sets, forty singles and thirty-nine music videos. In the UK, Stereophonics have been awarded five multi-platinum album certifications, two platinum and four gold; one of their singles has been awarded platinum certification, one gold and six silver.
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Live From London EP. Released by Universal Music Group May 2009 5 Tracks. Live From London EP is a English album released on May 2009. Live From London EP Album has 5 songs sung by Demi Lovato. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Live From London EP songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
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Stereophonics iconic live album from their 2005 world tour is to be repressed on 180gram white heavyweight vinyl, for the first time since its original release 13 years ago. A whirlwind of stadium rock sees the band perform many of the highlights from their incredible career. Includes the anthems A Thousand Trees, Maybe Tomorrow, The Bartender and The Thief, Hurry Up and Wait, Just Looking and of course Dakota. Find A Participating Store. Registered office: 3 Soho Square, 3rd Floor, London, W1D 3HD Mailing address: ERA, 3 Soho Square, (3rd Floor), London, W1D 3HD. A Record Store Day participating store is defined as a physical retailer whose key product line is music and whose company is not publicly owned nor a chain of more than 20 shops. In other words, we're dealing with real, live, physical, indie record stores - not online retailers or large corporations.
Live from London EP is the first live EP by rock band Stereophonics. The band performed at the Apple Store in Regent Street, London to 250 people on 19 April 2005. It was the first time a band had performed there and released songs recorded there. Live from London EP at Stereophonics.
Stereophonics collaborated with fellow Welsh singer Tom Jones for the singer's 1999 album Reload on the song "Mama Told Me Not to Come". The Tragically Hip influenced Stereophonics and the band's previous name included an homage to them: Tragic Love Company. They covered "Fiddler's Green" and released it on "The Bartender and the Thief" single. Tour, Stereophonics performed the song together and this was recorded and released on Live from Dakota. "Long Way Down" written for the documentary television series of the same name as its theme song. "Long Way Round" written for the documentary television series of the same name as its theme song . Live from London EP. Decade in the Sun: Best of Stereophonics.
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