No 498: The Stone Roses, 'The Stone Roses': The Stone Roses seem to have whizzed past me in the wake of the 80s jumping to the 90s - what a jem of an album that is definitive of the Nineties Brit Pop era. (4 stars)

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Stone Roses: As with most Stone Roses releases, the cover displays a work by John Squire. It is a Jackson Pollock-influenced piece titled "Bye Bye Badman," which makes reference to the May 1968 riots in Paris.

The Stone Roses "I don't have to sell my soul, He's already in me"

Music Maxi Poster featuring The Stone Roses Album Artwork from the 1989 Album

The Stone Roses - in the summer of 1992, my cousin's then-bf gave me a mixed tape of his that had Toad The Wet Sprocket one one side, and The Stone Roses on the other side. I'd never heard of these bands before - and totally fell in love with the music. It was the perfect anthem for all those ups and downs you go through as a teen. Still love those songs.

Stone Roses - Waterfall Memories of college and late nights in Morley

Credit: Courtesy of Movie Poster Art Gallery Stone Roses - Fools Gold'John Squire [the band’s guitarist] painted a do...

The Manchester Connection - in pictures

Credit: Courtesy of Movie Poster Art Gallery Stone Roses - Fools Gold'John Squire [the band’s guitarist] painted a do.

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My dad used to tell me I could listen to Stone Roses but not Oasis as a kid. This was because Ian Brown was a United fan, and the Gallaghers obviously weren't.


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