I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio

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"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio"
Single by Stereophonics
from the album Performance and Cocktails
B-side "The Bartender and the Thief" (Bar Version)
Released August 23, 1999
Format CD, 7", MC
Recorded 1998
Genre Rock
Length 3:50 (album version)
3:43 (single version)
Label V2 Records
Songwriter(s) Kelly Jones
Producer(s) Steve Bush, Marshall Bird
Stereophonics singles chronology
"Pick a Part That's New"
"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio"
"Hurry Up and Wait"
"Pick a Part That's New"
"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio"
"Hurry Up and Wait"
Music video
"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio" on YouTube

"I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio" is the fourth single from rock band Stereophonics taken from their second album Performance and Cocktails. It was released in August 1999 and reached #11 in the UK charts.

The song is track 7 on Performance and Cocktails. A live version from Morfa Stadium is present on CD2 of the single. A version with Stuart Cable singing vocals can be found on CD1 on the "Hurry Up and Wait" single.

Music Video[edit]

The video was inspired as an homage to the cult 1969 road film Easy Rider. The idea supposedly came from the band's love for the movie. It shows the band as characters from the film, making a road trip through America on motorbikes.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio" (single version)
  2. "The Bartender and the Thief" (bar version)
  3. "The Old Laughing Lady"
  1. "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio (Live at Morfa Stadium)"
  2. "Pick a Part That's New (Live at Morfa Stadium)"
  3. "T-Shirt Suntan (Live at Morfa Stadium)"

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