The Stone Roses ‎– The Stone Roses

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Silvertone Records ‎– ORE LP 502
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Album contains an inner sleeve with band photos on one side, John Squire artwork 'Waterfall, Detail. 1988 Oil on Canvas' on the other.

UK first pressing with embossed gold lettering on front cover.

Manufactured in EEC.

℗ & © 1989 Silvertone Records Ltd.

バーコードとその他の識別子

  • Barcode (Text): 5 013705 116513
  • Barcode (String): 5013705116513
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): ORE LP 502 A2 [SNA logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): ORE LP 502 B2 [SNA logo]

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Crijevo

Crijevo

2018年7月1日
A timeless masterpiece that provokes the popular question - who's listening to it in the year 20--? I know I do.
peelsesh13

peelsesh13

2018年6月16日
Just added this version as it has been discussed on these comments recently . https://www.discogs.com/The-Stone-Roses-The-Stone-Roses/release/12143482
thirteen21

thirteen21

2018年5月14日
編集 10 months ago

The version sitting in front of me should be this first (embossed) edition.

The Matrix/Runout is as follows;
Side A : (etched) EX ORE LP 502 A2 (stamped) SNA Logo (etched) DF1 [-situated below ORE-]
Side B: (etched) ORE LP 502. B2 (stamped) SNA Logo (etched) EX

Can anyone else confirm their matrix numbers with reference to text/logos other than the etched ORE LP 502.

mayoroffiley

mayoroffiley

2018年4月15日
I've been given this information by an Ebay seller called Rod who's knows his stuff. Hope it helps:

The A2/B2 means first pressing from 1989 with black and red labels, but 4 versions were made.

All these versions were pressed in 1989:

1. The 1st press is Embossed Shiny Gold Lettering, A2/B2, Black Red Labels

2. Flat Gold Lettering, A2/B2, Black Red Labels

3. Embossed Gold Lettering, A2 88-8 B2 88-9, white Silvertone Labels

4. Then there is another one that has the A2/B2 matrix , but has Matt Brown (not Gold), Black Red Label, some sites say this was released in 1990, where the matrix of A2/B2 means 1989. This one has a Brits Award sticker for 2/1990 as the band were up for best newcomer.

After that there were no further UK issues until 1991 with the 2 x 12" Remaster.

cradleyard

cradleyard

2017年12月16日
I purchased this record the day it was release. It is as described here but without the embossed front sleeve. There had to be none embossed copies sold at first release time as I have one. I am having to sell it as a 1990 re-issue which is incorrect.
b-grrrlie

b-grrrlie

2017年5月2日
My version is like this, with all the labels and everything, but the name on the cover isn't embossed. Is mine a version not here yet?
jefreybwilkerson

jefreybwilkerson

2016年6月24日
This is another album I heard through my older sister first, not long after it was first released. My first impression was that it sounded so catchy, but atmospheric at the same time, like just impressions of pop songs. I was also naive enough to think that 'Elizabeth My Dear' was written about an ex-girlfriend.
John Squire, no matter how lauded over the years, has never been given the rating he deserves. His work on this album is Jimmy Page quality in it's layering his song composition. Reni and Mani are a perfect duo as rhythm section, and even though he sounds off key at times Ian Brown's delivery and swagger make him one of the best front men of all time.
This is of finest debut albums of it's era. It's important that to have it your collection, it should be a vinyl copy, not another format. Much like Dark Side of the Moon and many albums released a decade or so before, the whole record works as a composition of it's own. Listening to side A & side B in sequence is part of how the songs work together and play off one another.
Listen to the whole thing at once. You'll want to start a band and throw paint on everything you own.

JBW
cdfreak1

cdfreak1

2015年5月28日
Yellow, 180gram, double vinyl remastered reissue coming in July 2015 from Light In The Attic records. REJOICE.
hardchill

hardchill

2015年3月14日
thanks guys, i never herd this music
cool
ck

ck

2014年5月1日
what the what ? this was not released in '88 was it ?? The current NME has it down as the 1st of May, 1989 (25 years ago to the day today). other people have said March or April of '89. how come there are such conflicting dates kicking about ?!