The Stereophonics formed in Cwmaman in 1992, changed their name from Tragic Love Company and set about refining their songs on the local live circuit.
In 1997 they became the first band to sign to Richard Branson's nascent V2 record label and became, simply, Stereophonics.
In August of that year they released their debut album, Word Gets Around, and reached number 6 in the UK album charts. The album, home to 4 hugely popular singles (Local Boy In The Photograph, More Life In A Tramp's Vest, A Thousand Trees and Traffic), earned them a Best New Group BRIT Award and went on to sell almost a million copies.
This phenomenal debut album will now be released as a Deluxe Edition. This 3 disc set comes in luxurious boxset packaging complete with artcards and a replica of Kelly Jones notebook for the album.
The bonus material compiled by the band includes a disc of b-sides from the singles from the album and a third disc of live and session material includiong 8 previously unreleased tracks - a must for any fan.
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