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Performance & Cocktails Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Dec 9 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Fontana Hip-O
  • ASIN: B00000ILO7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)

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 Sun Tan
9. Is Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today?
10. A Minute Longer
11. She Takes Her Clothes Off
12. Plastic California
13. I Stopped To Fill My Car Up

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By Ben Nicholson on Sept. 5 2010
Format: Audio CD
A brilliant album and one of the stand out album's of the 90's. A very fast moving, rock album and even thou it's hard to pick there best album I certaily think it's up there (in my humble opion there best). I can't pick a bad song out of this but The Bartender and the Thief is one of the best. This is one of the only album's that I can actually say I think every single song is brilliant. A must buy. It is great, trust me.
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By Robert T. on June 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
What can I say? The Stereophonics rock on this album, and I have to recommend that everyone pick it up and give it a listen. You'll love it, there's no way you can't. From the fast-paced, hard-rocking of songs like "The Bartender and the Thief" and "Roll Up and Shine" to the slower, trendier tracks like "Pick a Part that's New", the Stereophonics have definitely made an impact on the British pop/rock music industry, and are having a strong affect in the USA as well. Great album!
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By Zenobia Hopwood on Dec 9 2001
Format: Audio CD
Have you ever gotten a new cd, turned the volume up and wanted to sing along immediately but you don't know the lyrics? That just happened to me. Instead of singing though, it's also fun to hit your steering wheel to the beat. Back to the task at hand--I love this cd. It's entirely different from what I'm used to hearing, the lyrics are somewhat obscure(definitely a plus), and "the beats" are wicked. There's a song on the album for every mood that you could possibly be in and the sound is very intense. At the risk of carrying on endlessly, I'll finish this review lamely, with just one statement--if you buy this cd, you will not regret it.
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Format: Audio CD
The Sterophonics' second album offers a refreshing offering of Brit Stomp Rock (except they are Welsh). What a great album, full of great guitar hooks and band leader Kelly Jones' personal views of life and relationships.
The album starts of with a rousing "Roll Up and Shine", as good an album opener as you will find. The next track "The Bartender and The Thief" (one of the album's highly succesful singles in the UK) is an up-uptempo rocker, just great. "Hurry Up and Wait" (another of the singles) is an accoustic-based slower song, contemplating the question of why we wanna hurry up all the time. "Half The Lies" is one of the album's best tracks, another stomp-along tracks, and the same can be said for the ironically titled "Is Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow", demonstrating Kelly Jones' smart lyrics. "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio" (another single) stems from a dream Kelly had about "Ringo Starr and George Harrison singing in front of my parents' house", and while originally intended to be sung by drummer Stuart Cable (in the vein of Ringo Starr), in the end Kelly has lead vocals on this one.
This album was the break-through for the Stereophonics in the UK and it's easy to see why: great melodies, great guitar hooks, and interesting themes. The band has made some headway in the US this year (most recently opening for U2), but they deserve much better. BUY IT!
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Format: Audio CD
I was drifting aimlessly through the CD aisles at Best Buy one day, waiting for something - ANYTHING - to catch my eye that might prove to be the cure for what was quickly becoming the "rotation phase" in my CD collection, where although great albums in their own right, everything I owned had been overplayed and I was sick sick sick and tired. I then caught glimpse of Stereophonics: Performance and Cocktails, about which I remembered having seen a blurb in Rolling Stone calling it one of the most underrated and unknown albums of the year. So I took a shot in the dark, and BANG! I have a new favorite band. I found myself helplessly bobbing my head and tapping my hands on the steering wheel the whole ride home. The gritty Oasis-esque guitar styles, blended with the unique raspiness of Kelly Jones's vocals, and none of the awkward experimental/spiritual sound that veers some people away from bands like Kula Shaker (of whom I am also a huge fan), P&C is an unforgettable, inspirational album that shoots you uncontrollably into a positive state of mind. A+
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By Mike on Oct. 12 2001
Format: Audio CD
Vous cherchiez un album qui est sensastionnelle de A à Z, et bien en voilà un. UN groupe 100% british sortit de l'urne du silence au Québec, grace a son incroyable rendement et performance en premiere partie au spectacle de Our Lady Peace. Le chateur a un inonbrable talent, et un charisme qui rende les gens adorant de sa musique. Il sait aussi touchez ces fans avec sa diversité et leur facon d'être sur scene. Un mélange de personnalité peut donner d'excellent cocktail. En bref, la performance et le melange cocktail, donne a se CD le titre d'indispensable.
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By A Customer on May 29 2001
Format: Audio CD
Performance&Cocktails comes two years after the wonderfull "Words gets aroud". This first CD was at that time my best,it was a mixture of country, pop rock and rock; what I would called soft rock. I bought Performance&cocktails my eyes closed. It turned out to be even better than the first one. They still kept the same style but more mature. We can see that they really were inspired from above!...We can fell happiness and energy in those two CDs. I think they really were at their nirvana when they wrote "is yesterday, tomorrow, today". With this song they reached the higher peek a rock song could ever get. Since then they seem to go down the mountain, as if glory was hard on them. In their third CD we almost fell that they are fed up with life. I do think that it's time for them to take a brake and then come back even stronger in 5 years. I want to say a big BRAVO for Their two first CDs. I just don't know how could somebody don't like their style. YOU HAVE TO GET THIS ONE AND TO OFFER IT TO SOMEBODY AS A GIFT. They need to get the recongnition they deserve.
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