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The Stone Roses (20th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered]


Download links and information about The Stone Roses (20th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered] by The Stone Roses. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:58:28 minutes.

Artist: The Stone Roses
Release date: 1989
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:58:28
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No. Title Length
1. I Wanna Be Adored 4:52
2. She Bangs the Drums 3:52
3. Waterfall 4:38
4. Don't Stop 5:20
5. Bye Bye Bad Man 4:03
6. Elizabeth My Dear 0:53
7. (Song for My) Sugar Spun Sister 3:26
8. Made of Stone 4:14
9. Shoot You Down 4:13
10. This Is the One 4:59
11. I Am the Resurrection 8:12
12. Fools Gold 9:54
13. I Wanna Be Adored (Demo) 3:42
14. She Bangs the Drums (Demo) 3:46
15. Waterfall (Demo) 4:45
16. Bye Bye Badman (Demo) 4:03
17. Sugar Spun Sister (Demo) 3:30
18. Shoot You Down (Demo) 4:25
19. This Is the One (Demo) 4:00
20. I Am the Resurrection (Demo) 6:38
21. Elephant Stone (Demo) 3:13
22. Going Down (Demo) 2:40
23. Mersey Paradise (Demo) 2:47
24. Where Angels Play (Demo) 3:16
25. Something's Burning (Demo) 3:03
26. One Love (Demo) 6:22
27. Pearl Bastard (Demo) 3:42



The Stone Roses self-titled 1989 debut album ignited the Madchester movement and set the Britpop bar higher than any of the band’s followers could reach — but bad timing, bad management, bad drugs, bad decisions, and bad blood kept them trapped in cult hero status. This 20th Anniversary Edition drops three discs of material guaranteed to satiate the appetites of both ardent disciples and curious newcomers. Disc one is The Stone Roses remastered — listen to it in your earbuds and every nuance of the album comes to life, sounding like you’re in the playback booth with producer John Leckie. If the epic guitar solo at the end of “I Am the Resurrection” doesn’t move you, music just might be none of your business. Disc two boasts remasters of the singles and B-sides. Standouts include the heavy-lidded psychedelia of “Something’s Burning,” the hip-shaking power pop of “Mersey Paradise” and of course the genre-defying “Fools Gold,” a perfect hybrid of acid house and acid rock. Disc three abounds with alternate takes and demos including the never-before-released “Pearl Bastard.”