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Album Review

Ten years in, Stereophonics sound appropriately settled on their sixth album, 2007's Pull the Pin. Then again, Stereophonics were never the liveliest of rock bands even in their youth. They beat out the likes of Travis to be perhaps the stodgiest of all the post-Oasis bands, aspiring to nothing more than being a solid stadium rock band, borrowing some of the sweeping sonics of U2 but relying more on the revivalism of Oasis with a slight hint of the epic scale of fellow Welsh rockers Manic Street Preachers. Stereophonics soldiered through album after album, aided considerably on their march to popularity by the cinema star good looks of guitarist/vocalist/all-around nice guy Kelly Jones, who was undeniably attractive in photos. Nowhere is that soft center in sharper relief than on Pull the Pin, which sounds bigger and slicker than anything they've ever done — a large-scale album suited for their large popularity in the U.K. — but Jones seems to be carried along by the sound instead of driving it. It's not as much that he's overwhelmed as he is...settled. Stereophonics have achieved the maturity they've aspired to all these many years, easily emulating Oasis on "Bank Holiday Monday" while they wash out Nirvana and mellow out the Manics elsewhere, turning out music that's louder than Coldplay (or even Travis' 2007 album) but feels less rock & roll, as everything here is immaculately manicured and mastered; it's a stadium rock album in form, but not in sound. A digital version was also released.]

Customer Reviews

Back to their Brilliant Best

Finally the Stereos are gettin back to the way they were. Writing top class music and albums full of un-skippable songs. It Means Nothing is brilliant, as it Bright Red Star, Daisy Lane, Bank Holiday Monday, Stone, Drowning, Soldiers mak..... OK you get the picture. TOP TIP: DOWNLOAD NOW!!!


I love this album. I prefer it to the last one. There are songs on it that I just cant get enough of such as Crush and Drowning. I dont like all of the songs though, I'm not sure on Bright Red Star and Pass the Buck but otherwise, great album. I would reccomend it to anyone! My favourites 1) My Friends 2) Drowning 3) Crush 4) Stone 5) It means Nothing

its class

the phonics are back to their best with this album, i didnt want to skip a track which is always good!! by the sound of the album the tour dates will be amazing.


Formed: 1996 in Cwmaman, South Wales

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A bright new noise in U.K. alternative rock in the '90s and into the new millennium, Stereophonics were comprised of vocalist/guitarist Kelly Jones, bassist Richard Jones, guitarist Adam Zindani, and drummer Jamie Morrison. They were formed in Cwmaman, South Wales, originally as the teenage cover band Tragic Love Company and with the late Stuart Cable on drums. Early reviews cited the Manic Street Preachers as their most obvious influence, and their initial batch of singles struggled to disabuse...
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