The Stone Roses

The Stone Roses

Profile:
English alternative rock band founded in Manchester in 1983.
Members:
Alan "Reni" Wren, Gary "Mani" Mounfield, John Squire, and Ian George Brown
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The Stone Roses Discography Tracks

Albums

The Stone Roses The Stone Roses (Album, Comp) Silvertone Records UK 1988 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Second Coming (Album, EP, Maxi) Geffen Records Thailand 1994 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Garage Flower (Album) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records UK 1996 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Stone Roses So Young (Single) Thin Line UK & Europe 1985 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Sally Cinnamon (Single, Maxi) Black (2) Germany 1987 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Elephant Stone (Single, Maxi) Silvertone Records Germany 1988 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Fools Gold 4.15 (Single, Maxi, EP) Silvertone Records Spain 1989 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses She Bangs The Drums (Single, Maxi) Silvertone Records UK 1989 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Made Of Stone (Single, Maxi) Silvertone Records Europe 1988 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses One Love (Single, Maxi) Silvertone Records UK 1990 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Elephant Stone / Made Of Stone (Maxi) Silvertone Records Australia 1990 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses I Wanna Be Adored (Single, Maxi) Silvertone Records US 1989 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Waterfall (Single) Silvertone Records, Silvertone Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses I Am The Resurrection (Single) Silvertone Records Japan 1992 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Love Spreads (Single) Geffen Records Japan 1994 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Ten Storey Love Song (Single) Geffen Records UK 1995 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Crimson Tonight (EP) Geffen Records, Geffen Records Japan 1995 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Fools Gold '95 (Single) Silvertone Records Europe 1995 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Begging You (Single) Geffen Records UK 1995 Sell This Version
PR 023 Guns N' Roses / Stone Roses* Guns N' Roses / Stone Roses* - Sympathy For The Devil / Love Spreads(7", Jukebox) MCA Records PR 023 Italy 1995 Sell This Version
JELEC-4 Whodini & The Stone Roses Whodini & The Stone Roses - Old School Vs. New School(12", Promo) Jive Electro JELEC-4 US 1998 Sell This Version
JELEC-1 A Tribe Called Quest / The Stone Roses A Tribe Called Quest / The Stone Roses - Old School Vs. New School(12", Promo) Jive Electro JELEC-1 US 1998 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Fools Gold (Single) Jive Electro UK 1999 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Old School Vs. New School Vol. 2 Jive Electro US 2000 Sell This Version
The Stone Roses Three Essential Tracks From The Stone Roses Silvertone Records US 2003 Sell This Version

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tezm

tezm

February 2, 2014
your not allowed to judge anything! you've been dead since Altamont..
mundayschild

mundayschild

August 19, 2013
what she said below.
how can an album that contains the song 'Bye Bye Badman' not be anything other than a classic?
meredith_hunter

meredith_hunter

September 17, 2011
I can't believe I haven't already posted a comment here.

Opinion may well be divided on which of the two is their best album - Rich C is uncommited, the rest of the world agrees, its their first. The first album is much more experimental than the second, and the first isn't really experimental at all. They weren't an experimental band. They were very much a derivative band. Having said that, they were phenomenal. They very much defined an era - the culmination of 80s British indie, with its nod to 60s rock, pop, psychedelia and funk and 70s punk and post-punk and the embracing of techno, house and rave. What a time. British music hasn't moved on at all from that era of techno and indie. Its been rip off and shite ever since.

Their first album, unoriginal as it is, is the greatest pop/rock/whatever album ever released. 11 songs, all of them superb. A 100% return. I doubt any other album has that return.
Rich.C

Rich.C

January 5, 2011
If the Happy Mondays bought an element of the Rolling Stones back to Manchester then the Stone Roses had an element of The Beatles in them. Formed in the late 1980s The Stone roses defined a generation, before all that Madchester crap by Oasis that was to follow the Roses were genuinely a gifted set of muscians. The house inspired beats of Reni to the Jimmy Page, Hendrix-esque guitar of John Squire made for some memorable tracks ....elephant stone, fools gold, she bangs the drums, waterfall to name a few, add to this the sharp bass of Mani and the swagger of Ian Brown all together made for one of the greatest bands of all time.
Opinions may be divided as to which is their best album, certainly Second Coming was something alot more experimental and different compared to their previous work, alot of tracks of this album have that kind of sing along around the camp fire feel to them, but they are still well written and delivered. Disbanded in the late 1990s the Roses were never to reform, not even for the 20th anniversary, Brown has other commitments and Squire has continued his artwork, [it was his Jackson Pollock designs which featured on the front covers of the singles & albums if you didnt know].

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