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Stereophonics: Live from Dakota

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Album Review

Live from Dakota captures Stereophonics' 2005 world tour in support of their fifth album, Language. Sex. Violence. Other? The double-disc set marks the band's first live album and it's an appropriate look back on what Stereophonics has achieved in the last 10 years. While they haven't impacted American audiences like they have their British followers, Stereophonics' live performance is what makes them come alive as a unit. They attract millions of U.K. fans for a reason. Frontman Kelly Jones has definitely matured as a vocalist since Word Gets Around. His best moments are when he's tough and brash; his raspy, gritty vocals fit the Stereophonics' blistering, guitar-driven sound like a glove. They're an unapologetic and swaggering band either way. If their last album didn't make that impression obvious, Live from Dakota should definitely do the trick. Stereophonics not only run through some of their biggest career-spanning hits such as "The Bartender and the Thief," "Madame Helga," "Maybe Tomorrow," and their number one U.K. favorite "Dakota," but new song, "Jayne" and the rare b-side, "Carrot Cake and Wine" add to the intensity of this 20-song set. Live from Dakota is a celebration for Stereophonics. They've grown into a reliable band after a decade together. Despite personnel shifts and media gossip, they've survived much like Oasis has. If you haven't discovered Stereophonics' live show yet, Live from Dakota is a good place to start.

Customer Reviews

There's nothing like it!

I have been to see Stereophonics a couple of times now, and i have yet to see a band which can match the quality and the atmosphere givin to us by the boys from Wales. This album doesn't really do a lot for an actual live experience but you can tell just how good they are as a live act. Just listening to Dakota live gives you the feel to buy the rest of the album, and the live rendition of maybe tomorrow is enough to bring a tear to the eye! Yet the set has so much energy to it aswell, with the songs, The Bartender and the Thief and Devil. I strongly advise to anyone to buy this album and/or to go and see them live.

Has to be Live

Just seen Stereophonics live few nights ago after girlfriend bought tickets. Really enjoyed it. If your have seen phonics live then this album is a must

Live from Dakota

This is a must for any Stereophonics fantastic

Biography

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...
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