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The Stone Roses were an English rock band formed in Manchester in The band released their debut album, The Stone Rosesin The album was a breakthrough success for the band and received critical acclaim, many regarding it as one of the Realms Of Light - Rhapsody Of Fire - Into The Legend British albums ever recorded.
At this time the group decided to capitalise on Игра Слов - Людям О Людях success by signing to a major label. Their record label at the time, Silvertone, would not let them out of their contract, which led to a long legal battle that culminated with the band signing with Geffen Records in The Stone Roses then released their second album, Second Cominginwhich was met with mixed reviews.
Brown and Mani dissolved the remains of the group in October following their appearance at Reading Festival. Following much intensified media speculation, The Stone Roses called a press conference on 18 October to announce that the band had reunited and would perform a reunion world tour inincluding three homecoming shows in Heaton ParkManchester.
Inthey released their first new material in two decades. The band members continued to tour until Juneat which point cryptic remarks by Ian Brown indicated the band had split again, later confirmed in a interview with John Squire.
Squire and Couzens started a new band, The Fireside Chaps, with bassist Gary "Mani" Mounfield, later recruiting a singer named Kaiser and drummer Chris Goodwin, and changing their name to The Waterfront after the film On the S - Larsen - Playtheir sound influenced by s groups and contemporary bands such as Orange Juice.
A meeting with Geno Washington at a party at Brown's flat in Hulme, in which Washington told Brown that he would be a star and should be a singer, convinced Brown to take Squire up on his offer. Like the earlier attempts at bands, The Waterfront fizzled out, but in late Couzens decided to try again at starting a band, and approached Brown. Brown's vocal limitations prompted him to take singing lessons for three weeks. Several stories later emerged suggesting that the band had initially been called "English Rose" or that the name was somehow linked to The Rolling Stonesbut these were untrue, Brown explaining "No, I don't know where that English Rose story came from.
John thought up the name 'Stone Roses' - something with a contrast, two words that went against each other". After rehearsing and writing songs over the summer, they recorded their first demo in late August, making cassettes, with artwork by Squire, and set about trying to get gigs. Can you give us a show? The band played their first headlining gig on 4 Januarysupported by Last Partyafter original headliners Mercenary Skank had pulled out. The Roses embarked on a tour of Sweden in April, with their first gig in Manchester following on their return, at International 1a venue run by future Stone Roses managers Matthew Cummings and Gareth Evans.
Frustrated with the lack of attention they were getting locally, they engaged in a graffiti campaign, with Brown and Wren spraying the band's name on walls from West Didsbury to the city centre. Around this time the band played several UK tour dates including 11 August at the Mardi Gras club in Liverpool with local promoter and Opening - The Stone Roses - Night Of The Living Legend : Resurrection label owner Ken Kelly and his band Innervision at which several record company executives would be in attendance.
As Brown and Squire began collaborating more closely on songwriting, they decided that they should take a larger slice of the money than the other band members. Couzens and Wren left the band in protest, although they soon returned.
Couzens played an ill-fated gig with the band at the end of May before being pushed out สั่งใจไม่ได้ - มาลีวัลย์ เจมีน่า - Vol.
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By the time of the release of Opening - The Stone Roses - Night Of The Living Legend : Resurrection single, "Sally Cinnamon", the group's sound had changed considerably, with chiming guitar hooks and a strong melody, alienating some of their old fans, but attracting many new ones. In June, Garner announced that he had decided to leave the band, although he stayed until they found a replacement.
He played his final gig with the band at the 'Larks in the Park' festival in Liverpool. It became a totally different groove Straight away, everything just fell into place". In early the band played at Dingwalls in London, a show attended by representatives of Zomba and Rough Trade 's Geoff Travisand both subsequently wanted to sign the band.
Rough Trade even funded studio time to record a single, " Elephant Stone ", with Peter Hook producing. He asked if they could be transferred internally to Andrew Lauder's newly created guitar-based Silvertone Records subsidiary.
The band were signed to an eight-album deal, buying the "Elephant Stone" tapes from Rough Trade and releasing them as a single in October Their biggest headline gigs in were to people at Blackpool's Empress Ballroom on Saturday 12 August  and to people at London's Alexandra Palace on Saturday 18 November. By July the band had released their final single for Silvertone, " Opening - The Stone Roses - Night Of The Living Legend : Resurrection Love ", which reached number four in the UK singles chart,  their highest placing yet.
It was to be the Roses' Those Eyes - Various - Fokuz Recordings - 2016 Recap original release for four years as they entered a protracted legal battle to terminate their five-year contract with Silvertone, unhappy with how they had been paid by the label.
The Stone Roses subsequently signed with Geffen Records garnering a million-pound advance for their next record and began work on their second album. Following the court case the Stone Roses separated themselves from Manchester's club culture and spent much of and travelling in Europe before starting work on their second album in mid Progress was slow, hampered by Brown's and Squire's new fatherhood and the death of several people close to the band.
John Leckie ultimately left the project as the band would not sign a production contract. Afterwards the Stone Roses assumed production duties with engineer Simon Dawson at Rockfield Studios in Wales, where they spent ten-hour days working on the album. In Marchjust two weeks before a tour in support of Second Coming was due to begin, Reni exited the band, following a disagreement with Ian Brown. A secret "come-back" tour of the UK was planned for April but cancelled after the music press announced the dates.
A major blow was the cancellation of their engagement at the Glastonbury Festival in June John Squire had suffered a mountain-biking accident in northern California weeks before the show, breaking his collarbone. John Squire announced his The Lonesome Road - Louis Armstrong - The Big Band Sides 1930/32 on 1 Aprilreleasing a statement saying it was: "the inevitable conclusion to the gradual social and musical separation that we have undergone in the past few years".
The band continued for another six months, but there was a noticeable deterioration in the quality of its public performances after Squire's loss, and at Benicassim Festival and the Reading Festival Brown's voice was described as "so off-key it was excruciating to have to listen". Squire formed The Seahorseswho released one album before breaking up, as well as releasing two solo albums. In he told a reporter that he was giving up music for good to focus on his career as a painter.
Reni remained inactive for the most part after the Roses' breakup. He started a new band called The Rub inand played several gigs but nothing has been heard of The Rub Studio J - Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band - The Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band. In an interview in he said he was writing new songs to perform with Mani.
Rumours of a reunion surfaced and were dismissed repeatedly in the time between the break-up and the eventual reunion. After the newspaper The Sun published a story on 14 October citing that the Roses had signed for a series of gigs across the UK,  rumours again began to circulate. An "extensive" Reunion Tour of the world, starting in Warrington,  for a low-key warm-up show, was scheduled. However, the main attractions of the tour were three homecoming shows at Heaton ParkManchester, on 29—30 June and 1 July plus one show in Dublin 's Phoenix Park on 5 July On 26 Novemberit was announced via the event's Facebook page that the band would play the Isle of Wight Festival in June A documentary was planned for the Stone Roses' reunion, with film director Shane Meadows chosen to film it.
It had its general release on 5 June On 2 Novemberthe band announced two gigs at Manchester's City of Manchester Stadium on 17 and 18 June a further two shows being added on 15 and 19 after these sold outand a headline slot at the T in the Park festival on 8 July at Strathallan Castle, Scotland. On 12 Maythe band released " All for One ", their first new release in more than 20 years. During Opening - The Stone Roses - Night Of The Living Legend : Resurrection performance Ian Brown addressed the crowd with the statement: "Don't be sad that it's over, be happy that it happened," leading many to speculate that the performance would be their final concert.
On 16 SeptemberSquire Opening - The Stone Roses - Night Of The Living Legend : Resurrection in an interview with The Guardian that the band had dissolved. The band were part of the Madchester music scene,  a music scene that mixed alternative rockpsychedelic rock and electronic dance music. The band went on to influence other artists, most notably Oasisof which Noel Gallagher was quoted in an interview saying "when I heard ' Sally Cinnamon ' for the first time, I knew what my destiny was".
During the band's time in the public eye, its relationship with the mass media was notably different from other bands before and after. The members would often display no interest in promoting themselves, which was typified through reticent and capricious behaviour. Even with The Stone Roses' reformation inthe group continued to provide few interviews. This approach left many journalists confused and sometimes angered.
A typical example is the Spike Island press conference inwhich was attended by much of the world's music press. This ended in chaos when the gathered journalists began a small riot, believing the band to be deliberately upsetting them.
With shy guffaws, muttered asides, dispassionate staring, foot-shuffling silences and complete mind-numbing gaps, punctuated by the odd piece of incisive home-spun philosophy from Brown, who occasionally hinted at a well-read mind.
There would be complete silence from John Squire, witty banter from Reni, and Mani spouting off if he let his guard drop.
He concluded: "One feature of the band's career had been their ability to stay on the news pages of the rock press almost permanently for years on end, including Opening - The Stone Roses - Night Of The Living Legend : Resurrection years when they did fuck all. And they did this by hardly saying anything at all. Although the aforementioned reformation conference in October displayed an elated and talkative Stone Roses engaging with the press, it was followed by total media silence. Other than Shane Meadows ' documentary inthe band provided no further interviews.
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