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"Underneath the desert, the sand is blown by the wind and forms what are called desert stone roses. The name was thought up by John Squire."
Ian Brown (TOTP Q & A session, 1998)

Manchester's The Stone Roses released only two albums: 1989's eponymous debut LP is a perennial feature of 'all-time best British album' polls; 1994's 'Second Coming' received a lukewarm reception upon its release, but has since generated renewed interest.

Between 1984's appearance at the Moonlight club, Hampstead and the forgettable outing at Reading in 1996, the band created some of the finest music of the late 1980s and laid the foundations for Britpop.

A five year hiatus (90 - 94) dented their impetus, and it was not until the homecoming UK tour, in late 1995, that the band truly regained form. The Stone Roses are now widely considered to be one of the most influential bands of their generation and can be traced in the DNA of every important British guitar band since.

Email: Paul@Thisisthedaybreak.co.uk

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