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The Primitives / The Stone Roses - None Musikalbum

The Primitives / The Stone Roses - None Musikalbum Darsteller: The Primitives / The Stone Roses
Titel: None
Stil: Indie Pop, Indie Rock
Category: Rockmusik / Popmusik
Datum der Freigabe: 1989
Land: US
Etikett: RCA
Size MP3: 2425 mb
Size FLAC: 1100 mb
Rating: 4.3


1The PrimitivesSecrets2:28
2The PrimitivesSick Of It3:41
3The PrimitivesCrash2:50
4The Stone RosesShe Bangs The Drum3:40
5The Stone RosesI Wanna Be Adored4:35


With Chryon Crawl
Comes in a black case with insert info in the middle wrap.


The Stone Roses is the debut studio album by English rock band the Stone Roses. It was recorded mostly at Battery Studios in London with producer John Leckie from June 1988 to February 1989 and released in May of that year by Silvertone Records. The record's critical standing also improved. Stone Roses - The Stone Roses. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Stone Roses. Profil: English alternative rock band founded in Manchester in 1983. Members: Alan Reni Wren, Gary Mani Mounfield, John Squire, and Ian George Brown. Their first album, unoriginal as it is, is the greatest poprockwhatever album ever released. 11 songs, all of them superb. A 100 return. I doubt any other album has that return. Répondre Me notifier 9 Helpful. 5 janvier 2011. The eponymous debut album from The Stone Roses fused the acid house rave culture of Manchester during the late 80s with an irresistible jangle pop sound that captured the hearts of British ravers. In 2003, this album was ranked as the best album of all-time by UK publication NME. Thematically, the album perpetuates ill feeling towards the Monarchy, Politicians and establishment in general. The avant-garde mood of the record is perfectly encapsulated by Squire in the album artwork as he blends Pollocks expressionism with references to the French situationist movement LemonTricolour in or. Listen free to The Stone Roses The Stone Roses I Wanna Be Adored, she bangs the drums john leckie original mix and more. 10 tracks 42:19. The Stone Roses LP was recorded between June 1988 and Febuary 1989 by the Stone Roses with producer John Leckie. It was then released on the 13th of March 1989 on the Silvertone music label. The artwork for the album was inspired by American artist Jackson Pollock. The album was then released in the United States on the 2nd of May 1989, following a release in Australia in December that year. The Stone Roses first album Released 2 May 1989 00:00 I Wanna Be Adored 04:49 She Bangs the Drums 08:39 Waterfall 13:18 Don't Stop 18:33 Bye Bye Badman 22:36. Songs in album The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses 1989. The Stone Roses - I Wanna Be Adored. The Stone Roses - She Bangs The Drums. The Stone Roses - Waterfall. The Stone Roses - Don't Stop. The Stone Roses - Bye Bye Badman. The Stone Roses - Elephant Stone. The Stone Roses - Elizabeth My Dear. The Stone Roses - Song For My Sugar Spun Sister. The Stone Roses - Made Of Stone. The Stone Roses made a stunning debut, then bled out in a slow agony of contractual disputes, internal discord, and, eventually, public indifference though their sophomore release and swan song, Second Coming, is nowhere near as bad as people say. More prosaic than drugs or young death, this trifecta killed a career that now essentially consists of just one great record. But the story of The Stone Roses is really a tale of two records, divided by an ocean. As Sony which now owns original label Silvertone rolls out a remastered version in celebration of the album's 20th anniversary, Br. Ian, John, Mani and Reni. Black Roses is the latest track to be taken from Ian Browns forthcoming album 'Ripples' out Friday 1st February 2019. You can stream and download Black Roses now at the following link 1K. Since the Stone Roses were the nominal leaders of Britain's Madchester scene - an indie rock phenomenon that fused guitar pop with drug-fueled rave and dance culture - it's rather ironic that their eponymous debut only hints at dance music. What made the Stone Roses important was how they welcomed dance and pop together, treating them as if they were the same beast