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The Time Has Come
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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 Stone Roses was not an immediate success, but grew popular with the band's high-profile concert performances, which also helped establish them as fixtures of the Madchester and baggy cultural scenes.

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The Stone Roses, ‘The Stone Roses’. For a few glorious moments, the Stone Roses looked like they might lead another British Invasion. Instead, they fell apart – but first they made this incredible album, highlighted by the ecstatic eight-minute-long I Am the Resurrection. The stone-solid grooves on this underrated gem come courtesy of the Muscle Shoals rhythm section; the soulful guitar comes courtesy of Scaggs and guest Duane Allman. Together, they made Loan Me a Dime an FM-radio classic – more than 10 minutes of knockout blues pleading and wailing. John has always had a jones for the myth of the American West. Along with lyricist Bernie Taupin, he fully indulges those cowboy fantasies here. Amoreena" plays unforgettably in the opening scene of the Al Pacino film Dog Day Afternoon.

You know it You show it And the time has come to shoot you down What a sound When the day is done And it all works out I’d love to do it and you know you’ve always had it coming. I never wanted The love that you showed me It started to choke me And how I wish I’d said No Too slow I couldn’t take that Too fast I want you to know

Album · 1992 · 11 Songs. Singles and B-sides blessed with the majesty of the Roses’ remarkable debut album. For a band who struggled so long to make their second LP, The Stone Roses squandered plenty of pop magic as B-sides during their imperial period. Standing Here, Going Down and Mersey Paradise could all have made that debut without compromising its greatness. The latter encapsulates the Mancunians at their best: infectious, adventurous and–with its easily misheard refrain River cools where I belong –provocative.

Tracklistings come from MusicBrainz. org When it did arrive it wasn't to the universal acclaim that it now garners as 'best debut album of all time'. Instead it was a quieter word-of mouth process that, within the year had put the band on top of the new Manchester scene and led to Spike Island and all its attendant problems. On first listen, The Stone Roses is a strangely old-fashioned album. Brown's multi-tracked vocals (he was never a strong singer) mix pleasantly with Squire's chiming Rickenbacker to produce a very mellow, 60s West Coast vibe

Ian, John, Mani and Reni. You can now watch the official video for Ian Brown's ‘First World Problems’ as directed by Ian himself. The single is taken from the forthcoming album ‘Ripples’ released on 1st March 2019.


A1 I Wanna Be Adored
A2 She Bangs The Drums
A3 Mersey Paradise
A4 The Sun Still Shines
A5 Elephant Stone
A6 Going Down
A7 Elizabeth My Dear
B1 Sugar Spun Sister
B2 Made Of Stone
B3 Waterfall
B4 Shoot You Down
B5 This Is The One


A Collection Of Demos And Early Session Takes.
Back Sleeve-Please Note:Due To The Nature Of The Source Material Used,Non-Musical Anomalies Are Present.However,The Performances Shine Through.
Run Out Matrix, Side A-SRTTHC-A1 , Side B-SRTTHC-B1.