STONE ROSES - SECOND PRESSING by STONE ROSES

SKU87191
ArtistSTONE ROSES
TitleSTONE ROSES - SECOND PRESSING
LabelMODERN CLASSICS
Catalog #MCR 914
Genre
ReleaseW 51 - 2015
FormatVinyl - US2LP
EAN Barcode826853091404
Benelux exclusive, Import
€ 37,99incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. I Wanna Be Adored
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/1_i_wanna_be_adored.mp3
  2. She Bangs The Drums
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/2_she_bangs_the_drums.mp3
  3. Waterfall
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/3_waterfall.mp3
  4. Don't Stop
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/4_dont_stop.mp3
  5. Bye Bye Bad Man
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/5_bye_bye_bad_man.mp3
  6. Elizabeth My Dear
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/6_elizabeth_my_dear.mp3
  7. (Song For My) Sugar Spun Sister
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/7_song_for_my_sugar_spun_sister.mp3
  8. Made Of Stone
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/8_made_of_stone.mp3
  9. Shoot You Down
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/9_shoot_you_down.mp3
  10. This Is The One
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/10_this_is_the_one.mp3
  11. I Am The Resurrection
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/87191_stone_roses_-_second_pressing/11_i_am_the_resurrection.mp3

Description

Second pressing No color wax or foil stamp jacket Some albums hold the blueprint for something bigger than can be contained on twelve inches of vinyl; the self-titled debut album by The Stone Roses is one of them. Check!Despite clocking in at less than fifty minutes long, it�s a record that shaped the next two-and-a-half decades of British music. Released in 1989, The Stone Roses was a fusion of rock music and the nascent rave scene in the group�s native Manchester. For a period of a few years, the industrial English city that gave us Joy Division, The Fall, and The Smiths was home to a drug-fuelled, club-based scene that earned the town a new nickname�Madchester. Falling squarely in that point of transition, The Stone Roses created guitar music that made people dance, fostering the baggy scene that paved the way to Britpop and Manchester�s next mega band, Oasis. The Stone Roses were the full package: they had the tough demeanor and insular mentality of any group of friends from a rugged city, they had a unique look comprised of bucket hats, Adidas sportswear, baggy jeans, and oversized T-shirts, and they talked a mean fight in interviews. But musically they were groaning with talent�Gary �Mani� Mounfied (bass) and Alan �Reni� Wren (drums) made complex rhythms seem effortless, guitarist John Squire could give his beloved Jimmy Page a run for his money, and frontman Ian Brown balanced punk sensibility and hippy mentality. In the UK, the album is the stuff of legend, its cover still seen on T-shirts in any given gig venue. Around the world, its influence was less tangible, most likely due to the fact that the group was hamstrung by a legal wrangle with the Silvertone label following the album�s release. Musically, it�s a mix of the grandiose and the intimate, containing songs so forceful and emotive they�ve become terrace anthems (�This Is The One� is Manchester United�s walk-on music) alongside introspective tracks like the anti-monarchy madrigal "Elizabeth My Dear.� In �Waterfall,� there are cascading guitar lines that describe its title like musical onomatopoeia, and in �Made Of Stone� and �She Bangs The Drum,� there are perfect pop songs too. Most significantly, there are songs in which the band etch their own myth in earth-rumbling basslines and grandiose statements: �I Wanna Be Adored,� which opens the album, and �I Am The Resurrection,� which closes. Reissued on Light In The Attic on deluxe double-vinyl, this is your chance to discover the album for the first time or to own it in its most beautiful presentation yet.

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