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STEREOPHONICS - WORD GETS AROUND

Welsh rock band Stereophonic's debut studio album 'Word Gets Around' was an ubiquitous album throughout south Wales for at least a decade after it's release in August 1997. Much of the album is written about everyday life in Cwmaman, the band's hometown. Highlights include 'A Thousand Trees', 'Local Boy in the Photograph' and 'Billy Davey's Daughter'.

 

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STEREOPHONICS - WORD GETS AROUND

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    1. A Thousand Trees
    2. Looks Like Chaplin
    3. More Life In A Tramps Vest
    4. Local Boy In The Photograph
    5. Traffic (Album Version)
    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
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