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Lying In The Sun - Stereophonics - Just Enough Education To Perform (CD, Album)

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  1. The album starts off where "Performance & Coctails" left off: the opening track "Vegas Two Times" is a great guitar-riff based romper. However, things change very quickly: track 2 "Lying in the Sun" is a very gentle, accoustic guitar-based song, quite pleasant, and very representative for the overall "feel" of the album /5().
  2. Apr 11,  · Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In Just Enough Education to Perform Stereophonics Rock · Preview SONG TIME Vegas Two Times. 1. PREVIEW Lying In the Sun Vegas Two Times. 1. PREVIEW Lying In the Sun. 2.
  3. Stereophonics - Just Enough Education To Perform Album Lyrics; 1. Caravan Holiday: 2. Don't Let Me Down (live acoustic) 3. Everyday I Think of Money: 4. Handbags and Gladrags: 5. Have a Nice Day: 6. Hurry Up and Wait (live acoustic) 7. Lying In The Sun: 8. Maybe: 9. Mr Writer: Mr. Writer: Mr. Writer (live acoustic) Nice to Be Out.
  4. May 09,  · referencing Just Enough Education To Perform, CD, Album, RE, VVR On Just Enough Education to Perform, Stereophonics leave all traces of their original sound behind, and move on to a new approach which would signal a commercial peak - and, ironically, an artistic low point. Moving completely away from their small town South Wales indie sound, and taking inspiration from /5().
  5. Jan 26,  · Stereophonics - Lying In The Sun From the Album "Just Enough Education To Perform" I wish I could lie in the sun, The same things as anyone, I wish I could lie .
  6. Just Enough Education to Perform is the third studio album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. Genre: Rock, pop rock.
  7. Prior to releasing their third effort, Stereophonics endured brief controversy under the album's title, Just Enough Education to Perform. Already having dealt with the critics' views of this being a country or acoustic record, frontman Kelly Jones wanted the album to go by the abbreviation of J.E.E.P., which captures the band's opinions of the music industry.7/
  8. Prior to releasing their third effort, Stereophonics endured brief controversy under the album's title, Just Enough Education to Perform. Already having dealt with the critics' views of this being a country or acoustic record, frontman Kelly Jones wanted the album to go by the abbreviation of J.E.E.P., which captures the band's opinions of the Brand: Imports.

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