This is THE best single that Stereophonics have released, fans having been crying out for this song to be a single since the release of JEEP. Vegas Two Times hits you with some slammin drums and a big, fat, greasy guitar riff, none of the pop-lite guitars like The Hives or The Strokes etc, this is proper Rock n Roll with brilliant production and Black Crowes style gospel singers, buy it now!
Vegas Two Times is the first track on the hugely successful phonics album Just Enough Education To Perform. A catchy riff, sing along chorus, great lyrics, vocals.....everything you could ever want in a song on this one track! I think that we are possibly thinking first ever stereophonics number one single........ least i hope so...if not i will be more annoyed than ever that the mighty phonics don't get the recognition they deserve. This song WILL do really well, and it WILL become a classic!
If youve heard this track youll know what i mean. Sure it starts off a bit wierd and then the guitar kicks in with full force. More like AC/DC than any other phonics track its one of the best. If you liked Bartender and the Thief you will love this. If any of you thought the stereophonics had lost theyre rock roots after the folk stylings of step on my old size nines and poppiness of have a nice day (both fantastic songs) then think again. They still know how to turn it up and play it hard.
Not the best song wrote by front man of the welsh band Stereophonics, Kelly Jones, but the song still has class and a very interesting melody. With weird lyrics the song does have quite a catchyness to it. As far as advice is concerned if u like a band like the Strokes with a mix of slow Feeder then this is the perfect hit for you. Otherwise, it's up to you.
The 56th single from their rebranded third album- here we have more 'real' music (whatever that means...). Because music played in the pedestrian rock mode on guitars is meaningful- whereas electronic music is not (despite the fact electronics mix & record the rock band!). So, following the karaoke cover of a 70's song, here comes 'Vegas Two Times'. The sound is about as fresh as a Led Zeppelin tribute band member's fart- the same dull avenue that Black Crowes,Ocean Colour Scene,Ride & Stone Roses pursue (and drivel like The Coral & The Music also imitate). WE get more of those 6th form lyrics- about the same kind of nothing that Oasis blather on about- & a truly excerable vocal of tracheal-whining from Kelly Jones...Still, all those who want to hear 'traditional MOR rock' in the mode of Bon Jovi, Bryan Adams & Nickelback (aka Whitesnake) will lap this turgid slab of rawk up. At times like these Motley Crue seem interesting...Can someone let the Stereophonics know it's the 21st century & there is no need to sound like a pub band playing a Humble Pie cover?