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Stereophonics - Keep The Village Alive
Stereophonics - Keep The Village Alive
Performer: Stereophonics
Title: Keep The Village Alive
Label: Stylus Records
Country: US
Released: 2015
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1194 mb | MP3 size: 2622 mb | WMA size: 2919 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop

1Sing Little Sister
3Mr And Mrs Smitth
4Into The World
5My Hero
6White Lies
7Song For The Summer
8Fight or Flight
9C´est La Vie
10I Wanna Get Lost With You


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STYLUSCD8Stereophonics Keep The Village Alive ‎(CD, Album)Stylus Records STYLUSCD8UK & Europe2015
STYLUSCD8PXStereophonics Keep The Village Alive ‎(CDr, Num, Promo)Stylus Records STYLUSCD8PXUK2015
STYLUSCD8Stereophonics Keep The Village Alive ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Stylus Records STYLUSCD8Russia2015
STYLUSCD8Stereophonics Keep The Village Alive ‎(CDr, Album, Num, Promo)Stylus Records STYLUSCD8UK2015
STYLUSLP8, STYLUSCD8XStereophonics Keep The Village Alive ‎(LP, Album, Gat + CD, Album)Stylus Records , Stylus Records STYLUSLP8, STYLUSCD8XUK2015




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Keep The Village Alive - Stereophonics. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Keep the Village Alive is the ninth studio album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. Released on 11 September 2015, it was produced by lead singer and guitarist Kelly Jones, along with Jim Lowe. It is intended to be the second of two album volumes, with its predecessor Graffiti on the Train being the first. It is the first album to feature Jamie Morrison, who joined during the production of Graffiti on the Train in 2012. Keep the Village Alive was met with a similar positive response as Graffiti on the. I do not own the rights to this content. All content belongs to the Stereophonics ltd. I'm just sharing this for entertainment. Keep the 2015 10 Songs. And this time, theres added soaring emotion. My Hero uses sleigh bells and sentimentality beautifully, folksy closer Mr and Mrs Smith recalls the gorgeous guitar work of Here Comes The Sun. Meanwhile, the pounding drums, insistent riffs and singalong choruses of I Wanna Get Lost With You and Sing Little Sister sit proudly among the crowd-pleasing live favorites. Songs in album Stereophonics - Keep The Village Alive 2015. Stereophonics - C Est La Vie. Stereophonics - White Lies. Listen free to Stereophonics Keep The Village Alive C'est La Vie, White Lies and more. 10 tracks 40:31. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Keep The Village Alive. Play album. Get album. Kelly Jones of Stereophonics Getty Images . The slight upturn in Stereophonics fortunes afforded by the more deft songwriting of 2013s Graffiti on the Train turns out to have been just a blip in a general downward trajectory. Kelly Jones seems particularly bereft of inspiration on Keep the Village Alive, with insipid lyric clichés harnessed to settings that resemble a swift rummage through an arena-rock record collection. The worst offenders are probably White Lies , with its Edge-like arpeggiations, and I Wanna Get Lost with You , which takes the U2 influence further, Jones Bono impre. Keep The Village Alive is the 9th studio album from Welsh rockers brand new single, C'est La Vie is a breath of fresh air - petrol charged and whip smart. They are the eighth group to achieve five consecutive UK number one albums. They have career sales of over 10 million albums including six platinum or multi platinum albums and the quadruple platinum selling, best-of collection, Decade In The Sun. Keep the Village Alive comes crashing out of the gates with C'est la Vie, a dead ringer for the Manic Street Preachers at their anthemic best, a new wrinkle to Stereophonics' parade of anthems. Elsewhere on this, their ninth studio album, they try on a few new styles for kicks - notably, there's a bit of muted Cult to Sing Little Sister, a hint of neo-disco on Fight or Flight, a bit of baroque pop on Sunny - but otherwise, the power trio still trades on the hybrids of Coldplay and U2. inspirational urgency and melodramatic intros. It reached 1 in the UK album charts their first album to do so since Pull the Pin in 2007. The album was penned as a sequel to 2013s Graffiti on the Train, being made up of songs left over from the aforementioned albums writing and recording sessions. We scavenged in the gravel to find this title. It was a phrase I heard when I was a kid which kind of means, you know, keep the spirit up, work hard, play hard. I guess a lot of the smaller towns across the world have been in a little trouble