Albums That Changed Music: The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses

June 16, 2021
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➡️➡️Learn more about John Leckie here: The Stone Roses are one of the most important British bands of all time. The Manchester band’s fame and influence is based almost entirely on its self-titled debut album. Released in May 1989, it is still considered one of the greatest British albums of all time. During the 1980s the Manchester music scene was dominated by bands like The Smiths, New Order and The Fall. Formed in 1983, The Stone Roses drew on these influences, as well as on that of the emerging indie-dance scene that was emerging in the city and on Ibiza. In so doing the Stone Roses became one of the originators of the cultural and musical movement that became known as Madchester. The Stone Roses also strongly influenced Britpop, and DJ and dance culture. With the release of their first album, The Stone Roses were seen as a breath of fresh air, and the band members as the epitome of cool. After a decade dominated by largely programmed pop music featuring synths and drum machines, The Stone Roses put rock and music-played-by-humans on more traditional instruments on the map again, while retaining a link to electronic dance music. Some of the enormous impact of the band was reflected in New Musical Express, the leading British music magazine at the time. In 1989, The Stone Roses won four reader’s poll awards, for Band of the Year, Best New Band, Album of the Year, and Single of the Year. “Fools Gold” was released on November 13, and became an instant classic, because it was the first time sixties psychedelic rock, seventies American funk, eighties British guitar pop, and late eighties Manchester acid house and dance music had been combined. “Fools Gold,” which was included on later versions of the Stone Roses’ first album, demonstrated that all these seemingly disparate musical elements could co-exist and even enhance each other. The record became a blueprint for British music in the nineties, and also had an impact in America. The Stone Roses’ debut album eventually went quadruple platinum in the UK, and sold over four million copies worldwide. It had a huge impact on the UK music scene in particular, and was credited with setting the tone for British music in the nineties. The Stone Roses only made one more album, and its significance as one of the most important bands in music history is almost entirely based on their first, legendary album, including the track “Fools Gold.” Those who know it, will be aware of its qualities and importance. And to those who have not heard it, go check it out! Research by Paul Tingen ❤️My Favorite Plugins:
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