The Stone Roses ‎– The Stone Roses

Sony Music ‎– AVLP9, Silvertone Records Ltd. ‎– AVLP9
Vinyl, LP, Album
CD, Album, Cardboard Sleeve


A1 I Wanna Be Adored
A2 She Bangs The Drum
A3 Waterfall
A4 Don't Stop
A5 Bye Bye Badman
B1 Elizabeth My Dear
B2 (Song For My) Sugar Spun Sister
B3 Made Of Stone
B4 Shoot You Down
B5 This Is The One
B6 I Am The Ressurection
CD-1 I Wanna Be Adored
CD-2 She Bangs The Drum
CD-3 Waterfall
CD-4 Don't Stop
CD-5 Bye Bye Badman
CD-6 Elizabeth My Dear
CD-7 (Song For My) Sugar Spun Sister
CD-8 Made Of Stone
CD-9 Shoot You Down
CD-10 This Is The One
CD-11 I Am The Ressurection

Companies, etc.


℗ 2009 Silvertone Records Limited. © 2012 Silvertone Records Limited. Silvertone Records is wholly owned by Sony Music Entertainment Limited. All Trademarks and logos are protected. All rights reserved. Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment.

2 part set. Not to be sold separately.

LP/CD package for Art Vinyl. Available only through Art Vinyl and John Lewis. Sleeve comes with custom sticker that reads:
"Also contains CD version of this LP".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 88725424321
  • Matrix / Runout: (LP Side A): 100347E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout: (LP Side B): 100347E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout: (CD): 88725424321/CD
  • Label Code: LC12723

Other Versions (5 of 136) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ORE LP 502 The Stone Roses The Stone Roses(LP, Album, Emb) Silvertone Records ORE LP 502 UK 1989 Sell This Version
88985434322 The Stone Roses The Stone Roses(CD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition) Silvertone Records, Sony Music 88985434322 Australia 2017 Sell This Version
PMC 5062 The Stone Roses The Stone Roses(Cass, Album) Silvertone Records PMC 5062 Indonesia 1989 Sell This Version
1184-2-J The Stone Roses The Stone Roses(CD, Album, Lon) Silvertone Records 1184-2-J US 1989 Sell This Version
1184-2-JX The Stone Roses The Stone Roses(CD, Album) Silvertone Records 1184-2-JX Australasia Unknown Sell This Version



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July 27, 2016
27-07-2016: This 2012 Sony re-ish of the s/t is probably the least reviewed online of all the vinyl versions so far. Anyone out there, pleeze - what do ya think of the sound/pressing quality of this 1?