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Stone Roses - Stone Roses (The)

Brit Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Silvertone Records, Silvertone - Distributor: Sony Music/Arvato Services - Released: 13/06/2004 - 828765...

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Excellent

ProPaved the way for every great guitar band since 19...

ConsSlightly muted production, "Don't Stop".

Your initial thought upon finding this review may have been "Why do we need another review on The Stone Roses?" On one level, you might be justified in taking that view. Writing reviews on albums by The Stone Roses, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin et al will always run the risk of carrying...

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“Roses Conquer All”

published 07/07/2001

Protoo many, it's amazing

Consif you don't like madchester stuff

This debut album from the Stone Roses is without doubt one of the classics. It has raw talent, killer harmonies and heartbreaking melody. The Stone Roses consist of John Squire on guitar who is the true driving force behind the band. His guitar playing is exceptional and whether it be chords or...

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Super

ProMade of Stone, guitar work,

Conslong guitar solos. Don't stop.

Picture the scene. It is October 1995. I was a young fresher then with a pint of cider and black in hand sitting in Stirling University’s premiere pub the Long Bar. The Stone Roses are on the juke box. The Stone Roses were always on the jukebox. I had head of them before but had not really...

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Excellent

“Turn On, Tune In, Trip Out”

published 31/07/2000

ProEverything about it

Consnone

It sometimes happens that a book or a film manages to capture the mood of a particular time. In one single piece of work the ideas, feel and cultural attitudes of the day are encapsulated. Kerouac's novel 'On the Road' or James Dean's film 'Rebel Without a cause became synonymous with the whole...

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Excellent

ProYOU CANNOT PUT INTO WORDS HOW MANY PEOPLE'S LIVES ...

ConsI DONT WANT TO PUT ANY, BUT I WILL SAY, I HAVE HAD...

Where do i begin? The best album of all time, not just to myself but countless others. Buy it and if you don't love it, i'll shoot yoou down. And even if you don't love it, at lease you'll know what everyone else considers impossible to match. For me, and I could never put my finger on why...

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Excellent

ProSparkling tunes that remain unsurpassed.

ConsThe Second Coming.

Things were never going to be the same after the release of this seminal album. The Smiths might have invented indie, but the Stone Roses showed everyone else how to do it. From the iconic cool of lead singer Ian Brown to the innovative stick handling of Reni this was a band that was much more...

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Excellent

ProPoptastic

ConsThe forgotten album of the last 20 years

Bam it's in your face. They inspired the great Oasis. They gave the late 80s and early 90s a lot to shout about. They were The Stone Roses. I Wanna Be Adored - Dum dum dum dum dum, a bassy intro just rips straight through your chest and from nowhere just comes this beautiful, chiming guitar. Then...

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Excellent

ProEnd to end classic tracks, and longer than most al...

Cons???

A truly classic album. It's up there in my top 5 best albums of all-time, no question, and it turns up in so many top 10 lists that it's obvious that many others agree with me. When "The Stone Roses" was released in 1989, it didn't seem, on the face of it, particularly new or revolutionary - it...

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Excellent

ProOne of the best feelgood albums you could ever wis...

ConsDon't Stop is the only weak link

Much has been written about this band, and this record in particular. But there are probably still a lot of people out there who don't anything about The Stone Roses. There is a new 'Best Of' compilation which has just been released, but if you are interested in a starting point, you have to get...

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“Squire we salute you”

published 10/08/2000

ProAlbum of the 80s

ConsThe Second Coming

The record company Geffen paid £4 million advance to primate features Ian Brown and his crew purely on the strength of their first, eponymously titled, album. It is such a landmark album in British guitar music history that £40 million advance wouldn't be have been too extravagant. The fact that...

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“Best album ever???”

published 02/08/2000

ProBest album ever

ConsThere simply are none other than them splitting up...

This in my mind is the best album of all time. It may be rated at No.12 by Radio 1 or whoever it was but it is an all time Classic. They dont know class music anyway. What do remember about my first experience of it??? Driving to Alton Towers with some friends with a taped copy of it in the car...

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Excellent

“Paradise”

published 12/07/2000

The Stone Roses by the Stone Roses is without a doubt the greatest album of all time. Well according to me anyway but let me explain. The opening track ‘I wanna be adored’ captures the mood of the rest of the album in a manner that many have tried to copy but few have succeeded. That mood is dark...

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Excellent

“THE best album of all time”

published 24/12/2000

ProQuality

ConsToo short

This, to me, is the best album ever made. You have a group with probabaly the greatest rhythm section ever, a virtuoso guitarist and a singer with tremendous charisma. It's the total package. The album's also aged very well. People may associate it with the rise of Manchester music, but it still...

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Excellent

“Essential student listening”

published 20/09/2001

ProIan Brown

Consnot a one!

On my first day at college a friend joked with me, that to be a student, I'd have to wear flares and buy a Stone Roses album. I passed on the flares, but took his advice on the music. I now call that friend GOD! The Stone Roses (RIP) were the hidden gem of the late 80's / early 90's, and this...

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Excellent

“This is the stone roses”

published 05/10/2000

Proall that can be asked of an album

Consthe daft track about shooting the queen

In its time it was heralded as a great. In hindsight I suspect we have all been a little scared of the praise it should deserve. This is an excellent album. Tne stone roses at their very best. There is a lot of depth to the sound - layered well - some tracks buiding up others opening with lots of...

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Brit Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Silvertone Records, Silvertone - Distributor: Sony Music/Arvato Services - Released: 13/06/2004 - 828765397124

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