Additional information about this, Stereophonics vinyl art.
Stereophonics – The Artist/s
Stereophonics are a British rock band that formed in 1992 in the village of Cwmaman in the Cynon Valley, Wales. The band consists of Kelly Jones (lead vocals, lead guitar, keyboards), Richard Jones (bass guitar, harmonica, backing vocals), Adam Zindani (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Jamie Morrison (drums, percussion) and touring member Tony Kirkham (keyboards). The group previously included Stuart Cable (1992–2003) and then Javier Weyler (2004–2012) on drums. Stereophonics have released eleven studio albums, including seven UK number one albums. A successful compilation album, Decade in the Sun, was released in November 2008 and charted at number two on the UK Album Chart. Having sold around 10 million copies worldwide, Stereophonics are one of the most successful Welsh rock acts.
Devil – The Song
Devil is the third single from the Stereophonics album Language. Sex. Violence. Other?. The song is the 4th track on the album. “Brother” fades into this song. The music video for this song shows Kelly Jones in a hotel room, tied to a chair. A woman arrives and appears to be the kidnapper. Soon after, he is taken outside and forced into the trunk of a car that she drives to an unknown place. There are shots of the band performing this song occasionally. At the end of the video, the title card “To Be Continued…” appears. The single peaked at #11 on the UK Singles Chart and #3 on the UK Download Chart. On the Live from Dakota album, prior to playing Devil, Kelly Jones states the song is “inspired by the movies of Charles Bukowski”
The Devil – The Shape
This record has been modelled into the silhouette of a horned and bearded devil. A devil is the personification of evil as it is conceived in various cultures and religious traditions. It is seen as the objectification of a hostile and destructive force. It is difficult to specify a particular definition of any complexity that will cover all of the traditions, beyond that it is a manifestation of evil. It is meaningful to consider the devil through the lens of each of the cultures and religions that have the devil as part of their mythos.The history of this concept intertwines with theology, mythology, psychiatry, art and literature, maintaining a validity, and developing independently within each of the traditions. It occurs historically in many contexts and cultures, and is given many different names—Satan, Lucifer, Beelzebub, Mephistopheles, Al-Shaytan—and attributes: It is portrayed as blue, black, or red; it is portrayed as having horns on its head, and without horns, and so on.
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