The Stone Roses - Turns Into Stone mp3 album
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.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Stone Roses. The Stone Roses (CD, Album, Club). RCA, Silvertone Records. 1184-2 JX RE, 1184-2-J.
Shop Turns Into Stone. As a lifelong fan of the Roses I always viewed this album as the 'real' second album, despite being 'merely' a collection of singles and B-sides. I was gutted when only the debut album was released as a standalone remaster and the only way you could get the remasters of these songs was as part of the (very) expensive boxset.
Singles and B-sides blessed with the majesty of the Roses’ remarkable debut album. For a band who struggled so long to make their second LP, The Stone Roses squandered plenty of pop magic as B-sides during their imperial period. Standing Here, Going Down and Mersey Paradise could all have made that debut without compromising its greatness. The latter encapsulates the Mancunians at their best: infectious, adventurous and–with its easily misheard refrain River cools where I belong –provocative.
Needless to say, The Stone Roses self-titled debut was an overwhelming success, finding resonance in not only the Madchester movement, but was also a triumph commercially with the general public. Some proclaimed that the Roses were the second coming of the Beatles for the new generation; after all, the comparisons were plainly in sight – every track on their debut was a hit in waiting, their vocal overlays and light-as-air guitar melodies, hypnotic beats, and high as a kite choruses made every one of their songs concert and Hacienda club ready, while . Surprisingly, unlike a lot of songs that are relegated to B-sides, a great deal of the material on Turns Into Stone nearly matches up to the quality of the songs included on their debut.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Mixed By – John LeckieProducer – Peter Hook
|A2||The Hardest Thing In The World
Producer – Peter Hook
Producer – The Garage Flowers
|A6||Where Angels Play||4:15|
|B2||What The World Is Waiting For||3:55|
- Manufactured By – BMG Ariola Discos Ltda.
- Copyright (c) – BMG Music Group
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
- Artwork [Painting] – John Squire
- Composed By – Brown*, Squire*
- Photography By – F. Lewis*, Ian T. Hilton*, J. Pender*
- Producer – John Leckie (tracks: A4 to B4)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 013705 903811
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout stamped): 150.8163-A ORELP-521-A 2SAA1
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout stamped): 150.8163-B ORELP-521-B 1STA1
|ORE CD 521||The Stone Roses||Turns Into Stone (CD, Comp)||Silvertone Records||ORE CD 521||UK||1992|
|01241-41507-2, 01241 41507-2||The Stone Roses||Turns Into Stone (CD, Comp)||Silvertone Records, Silvertone Records||01241-41507-2, 01241 41507-2||US||1992|
|MCR 915||The Stone Roses||Turns Into Stone (2xLP, Comp, Dlx, Num, RE, RM, Gre)||Modern Classics Recordings, Silvertone Records||MCR 915||US||2015|
|7243 8 42644 2 0||The Stone Roses||Turns Into Stone (CD, Comp)||Silvertone Records||7243 8 42644 2 0||Netherlands||1992|
|BVCQ-104, 7432110629-2||The Stone Roses||Turns Into Stone (CD, Comp, RP)||Silvertone Records, Silvertone Records||BVCQ-104, 7432110629-2||Japan||Unknown|