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 eponymous Album The Stone Roses, fused the acid house rave culture of Manchester during the late 80’s with an irresistible ‘jangle pop’ sound that captured the hearts of British ravers. Thematically, the album perpetuates ill feeling towards the Monarchy, Politicians and establishment in general.
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, Brits wrestle with what's become a cultural crucible.
A career-cripplingly hard act to follow, The Stone Roses’ shaggy-but-sculpted 1989 debut nevertheless comes by its reputation as one of the finest UK albums ever. The thing is basically a tower of monster singles. All of which-from messianic widescreen-psych come-ons like I Wanna Be Adored and I Am the Resurrection to Fool’s Gold, a wah-wah’d, wiggly wonder that’s arguably the Madchester era’s definitive rave-‘n’-roll anthem-sounded like they’d been around forever upon delivery and will be around forever for precisely the same reason. A career-cripplingly hard act to follow, The Stone Roses’ shaggy-but-sculpted 1989 debut nevertheless comes by its reputation as one of the finest UK albums ever.
The Stone Roses was a two-fold revolution - it brought dance music to an audience that was previously obsessed with droning guitars, while it revived the concept of classic pop songwriting, and the repercussions of its achievement could be heard throughout the '90s, even if the Stone Roses could never achieve this level of achievement again. The Stone Roses is an album where everything was on the money. From the opening rumblings of I Wanna Be Adored, it was a declaration of intent from four men who knew they were better than what had gone before them and knew they had created something special.