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Language. Sex. Violence. Other?
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New or Used: US$9.94
Album: Language. Sex. Violence. Other?
# Song Title   Time
1)    Superman More Info... 5:08
2)    Doorman More Info... 3:48
3)    Brother More Info... 4:05
4)    Devil More Info... 4:39
5)    Dakota More Info... 4:57
6)    Rewind More Info... 4:46
7)    Pedalpusher More Info... 3:16
8)    Girl More Info... 2:00
9)    Lolita More Info... 3:26
10)    Deadhead More Info... 3:34
11)    Feel More Info... 3:45
 
New or Used: US$9.94

Album: Language. Sex. Violence. Other?
# Song Title   Time
1)    Superman More Info... 5:08
2)    Doorman More Info... 3:48
3)    Brother More Info... 4:05
4)    Devil More Info... 4:39
5)    Dakota More Info... 4:57
6)    Rewind More Info... 4:46
7)    Pedalpusher More Info... 3:16
8)    Girl More Info... 2:00
9)    Lolita More Info... 3:26
10)    Deadhead More Info... 3:34
11)    Feel More Info... 3:45
 
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  • Personnel: Kelly Jones (vocals, guitar, piano); Richard Jones (bass instrument); Javier Weyler (drums, drum).
  • Audio Mixers: Kelly Jones; James Lowe; Jim Lowe .
  • Recording information: Hook And Manor, Checkendon; Hook End Manor, Checkendon; Sahara Sound, Fulham; The Stone Room, Shepherds Bush.
  • Welsh trio Stereophonics' fifth album dishes up seriously powerful hard rock that distinguishes itself in sound and attack from the band's earlier releases. With the exception of a few cuts (the pulsing ballad "Rewind," the expansive "Lolita"), LANGUAGE. SEX. VIOLENCE. OTHER? packs a remarkably ferocious punch. No one would claim Stereophonics are breaking new musical ground here, yet their combination of post-grunge (bringing to mind Foo Fighters and Alice in Chains) and tuneful Britpop (a la the Stone Roses and Oasis) is synthesized in a fresh, convincing way.
  • The opening track, "Superman," builds on an edgy, repetitive rhythm and two voices, one mid-range and one falsetto, before launching into the crunching rock verses of "Doorman," which downshifts to an understated, slinky chorus. The near-danceable groove of "Brother" provides the perfect backdrop for frontman Kelly Jones's fierce, raw-throated singing. The production--pristine, razor-sharp, and full of lush detail--sends every guitar solo and drum fill straight through the listener's brain. This is glossy hard rock that has all the right elements, and is stylish and well-packaged enough to seduce at first listen.
Professional Reviews
Mojo (Publisher) (p.88) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[F]ierce, minimalistic but definitely pop-sensible hard rock, with a fashionably mechanical sound colouring the rampant rifftasia..."
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