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The Stone Roses: Ian Brown (vocals); John Squire (guitar); Gary Mounfield (bass); Reni (drums, background vocals).Producers: John Leckie, Peter Hook, Paul Schroeder, Garage Fl...Read more
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The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (CD 2003)
Very definitely one of the greatest pop/rock albums of all time! It is certainly in my top three favourites and I go back a long way, like to The Beatles early albums. Memo...Read more
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Stone Roses at their best
There aren't many bands I could put in this bracket but the Stone Roses really are greats of their time and no one should be without this and the Second Coming album. Read more

The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (CD 2003)

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Track Listing
1. I Wanna Be Adored
2. Waterfall
3. She Bangs The Drums
4. Don't Stop
5. Bye Bye Badman
6. Elizabeth My Dear
7. Song For My Sugar Spun Sister
8. Made Of Stone
9. Shoot You Down
10. This Is The One
11. I Am The Resurrection

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Number of CDs:1
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:AAD
EAN:5013705116520

Album Notes
The Stone Roses: Ian Brown (vocals); John Squire (guitar); Gary Mounfield (bass); Reni (drums, background vocals).Producers: John Leckie, Peter Hook, Paul Schroeder, Garage Flowers.Manchester's most likely to, who escaped independent status after a lengthy court battle, signed to Geffen and then promptly disappeared for five years. They came back, and then went pop. Quite simply, their debut album is a superlative record. A Byrds-like listlessness caused listeners to swoon in wonder and slip quietly beneath the surface. 'Waterfall' and 'She Bangs The Drums' were sublime and quietly brilliant, 'I Wanna Be Adored' teased with its epic intro, and, of course, created incredible and impossible pressure for that all-important second album. A classic album, already seen as one of the finest records of the '80s.

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Ranked #1 among the 50 Greatest Albums Of The '80s - ...a shining embodiment of everything rock music should be: arrogant, elegantly crafted and imbued with a rare ability to make its listener feel mighty...
NME (09/25/1993)

Ranked #5 in NME's list of the 'Greatest Albums Of All Time.'
NME (10/02/1993)

Ranked #49 in AP's list of the 'Top 99 Of '85-'95' - ...The album that sent devotees of the baggy trouser (not to mention a number of others) into delirium. For once, all the hype was right; this is a record that lasts...
Alternative Press (07/01/1995)

Ranked #29 in Q's 100 Greatest British Albums
Q (06/01/2000)

5 stars out of 5 - ...pure pop alchemy....[it] still fascinates....it remains clear that here was a band - and an album - in a million.
Q (12/01/1999)

...Set the tone for rock music in the '90s; nostalgic and unable or unwilling to communicate any message except feed your head, question nothing, look elegantly vacant....this really is a record you need to own...
Mojo (12/01/1999)

Ranked #7 in Q's Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime
Q (10/01/2001)

Ranked #49 in AP's list of the 'Top 99 Of '85-'95' - ...The album that sent devotees of the baggy trouser (not to mention a number of others) into delirium. For once, all the hype was right; this is a record that lasts...
Alternative Press (07/01/1995)

Ranked #29 in Q's 100 Greatest British AlbumsQ (10/01, p.100) - Ranked #7 in Q's Best 50 Albums of Q's LifetimeQ (12/99, p.164) - 5 stars out of 5 - ...pure pop alchemy....[it] still fascinates....it remains clear that here was a band - and an album - in a million.NME (9/25/93, p.18) - Ranked #1 among the 50 Greatest Albums Of The '80s - ...a shining embodiment of everything rock music should be: arrogant, elegantly crafted and imbued with a rare ability to make its listener feel mighty...NME (10/2/93, p.29) - Ranked #5 in NME's list of the 'Greatest Albums Of All Time.'Alternative Press (7/95, p.89) - Ranked #49 in AP's list of the 'Top 99 Of '85-'95' - ...The album that sent devotees of the baggy trouser (not to mention a number of others) into delirium. For once, all the hype was right; this is a record that lasts...Mojo (12/99, p.103) - ...Set the tone for rock music in the '90s; nostalgic and unable or unwilling to communicate any message except feed your head, question nothing, look elegantly vacant....this really is a record you need to own...
Q (06/01/2000)

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The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (CD 2003)

Created: 06/10/08
Very definitely one of the greatest pop/rock albums of all time! It is certainly in my top three favourites and I go back a long way, like to The Beatles early albums. Memorable songs are what we have here. Not only is it fun to sing along with Ian Brown, but the lead guitar licks and the bass-lines are so tuneful that I am impelled to sing along with those too.

If you are not familiar with this album, or even The Stone Roses, well, for around three quid inc. P&P why not try a copy. From the moment you hear the intro of first track, I want To Be Adored, slowly emerging from some city noise, you know that you are in for a treat.
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Stone Roses at their best

Created: 02/05/10
There aren't many bands I could put in this bracket but the Stone Roses really are greats of their time and no one should be without this and the Second Coming album.
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All the best music in the world comes from Manchester!

Created: 28/04/11
Great album from a great band!!! Love the extended intro version of 'I Wanna Be Adored'. Ian Brown is legend and John Squire is a guitar genius, just like Johhny Marr of The Smith's. Couldn't rate the Stone Rose's any higher. Buy the album if you love indie/Britpop..... you won't regret it!!
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0161 In The Area

Created: 05/05/06
An album that broke new ground when first released in 1989. It united people from two seperate scenes and created a buzz accross Manchester that has yet to be matched. Combining the dulcet tones of singer Ian Brown, the flashy fretwork of John Squire, the solid basslines from Mani and living legend Reni on drums, they had the perfect line up to produce an album that would influence a generation of artists. This album contains classic after classic and is a must buy for any fans of modern bands such as Oasis, Kaiser Chiefs, Kasabian etc. who will all namechack this band in their list of influences.


Buy it and play it loud.
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The Stone Roses

Created: 23/08/10
Quite simply one of the best albums i have been lucky enough too come across and enjoy! I have bought and broken and worn out about 3 of this album such a great album with Killer songs such as i wanna be adored and waterfall, fully worth buying!
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