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100MPH (3 versions)
A Minute Longer (3 versions)
A Thousand Trees (12 versions)
Been Caught Cheating (2 versions)
Beerbottle (3 versions)
Billy Davey'€™s Daughter (6 versions)
Boy On A Bike
Chances Are
Check My Eyelids for Holes (3 versions)
Climbing the Wall (5 versions)
Could You Be the One? (12 versions)
Crush (2 versions)
Daisy Lane (5 versions)
Dakota (22 versions)
Deadhead (4 versions)
Devil (9 versions)
Drive A Thousand Miles
Drowning (5 versions)
Everyday I Think of Money (5 versions)
Feel (3 versions)
Girl (3 versions)
Goldfish Bowl (9 versions)
Graffiti on the Train (5 versions)
Half the Lies You Tell Ain'€™t True (4 versions)
Handbags and Gladrags (3 versions)
Have a Nice Day (14 versions)
Hurry Up and Wait (9 versions)
I Got Your Number (3 versions)
I Miss You Now (4 versions)
I Stopped to Fill My Car Up (7 versions)
I Wanna Get Lost with You
I Wouldn'€™t Believe Your Radio (12 versions)
In a Moment (6 versions)
Indian Summer (8 versions)
Innocent (8 versions)
Into the World
Is Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today? (10 versions)
It Means Nothing (5 versions)
Just Looking (11 versions)
Lady Luck (4 versions)
Last of the Big Time Drinkers (5 versions)
Local Boy in the Photograph (16 versions)
Lolita (3 versions)
Looks Like Chaplin (3 versions)
Lying in the Sun (6 versions)
Madame Helga (2 versions)
Maybe (3 versions)
Maybe Tomorrow (6 versions)
More Life in a Tramp'€™s Vest (10 versions)
Mr and Mrs Smith
Mr Writer (14 versions)
Nice to Be Out (8 versions)
No-one'€™s Perfect (2 versions)
Not Up to You (9 versions)
Nothing Precious at All (6 versions)
Pass the Buck (2 versions)
Pedalpusher (2 versions)
Pick a Part That'€™s New (11 versions)
Plastic California (4 versions)
Rainbows and Pots of Gold (9 versions)
Rewind (7 versions)
Roll Up and Shine (2 versions)
Rooftop (3 versions)
Same Size Feet (6 versions)
She Takes Her Clothes Off (6 versions)
Show Me How (5 versions)
Since I Told You It'€™s Over (9 versions)
Song for the Summer (2 versions)
Step on My Old Size Nines (10 versions)
Stone (5 versions)
Stuck in a Rut (3 versions)
Sunny (2 versions)
Superman (6 versions)
T-Shirt Sun Tan (3 versions)
Taken A Tumble
The Bartender and the Thief (2 versions)
Too Many Sandwiches (5 versions)
Traffic (8 versions)
Trouble (8 versions)
Uppercut (3 versions)
Vegas Two Times (7 versions)
Violins and Tambourines (3 versions)
Watch Them Fly Sundays (6 versions)
We Share the Same Sun
White Lies
You Stole My Money Honey (8 versions)

Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band that formed in 1992 in the village of Cwmaman in the Cynon Valley. The band consists of Kelly Jones (lead vocals and guitar), Richard Jones (bass guitar, piano and backing vocals), Adam Zindani (guitar and backing vocals), Jamie Morrison (drums) and touring member Tony Kirkham (keyboards). The group previously included Stuart Cable (1992–2003) and then Javier Weyler (2004–2012) on drums. Stereophonics have released ten studio albums, including six UK number one albums, their latest album being Scream Above the Sounds (2017). A successful compilation album, Decade in the Sun, was released in November 2008 and charted at number two in the United Kingdom.

Described as "classic UK rock delivered with whiskey vocals," the band have been summarised as possessing a sound akin to the genres of alternative rock and "British traditional rock". Stereophonics’ debut album, Word Gets Around, was released in August 1997 and charted at number six in the UK, aided by the singles "Local Boy in the Photograph", "More Life in a Tramps Vest" and "A Thousand Trees". The band reached mainstream success with the release of Performance and Cocktails (and its promotional singles "The Bartender and the Thief", "Just Looking" and "Pick a Part That’s New") in 1999 and have achieved a total of ten top-ten singles as well as one number one: "Dakota" (2005). Having sold around 10 million copies worldwide, Stereophonics are one of the most successful Welsh rock acts. Upon their release of Pull the Pin, they became the eighth group to achieve five consecutive UK number one albums (after the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, ABBA, Genesis, Oasis, Blur and U2).

The band have also been praised for their live performances, which have landed them headlining slots at many of the UK and Ireland’s most high-profile music festivals, including Reading and Leeds in 2000, Glastonbury in 2002, V festival in 2002, the Isle of Wight in 2004 and 2009, and Oxegen in 2010. The band is part of the Cardiff music scene.