The Stone Roses
- Principal Members
- Ian Brown
- John Squire
The Stone Roses were an influential English rock band from Manchester, active during the mid 1980s through to the mid 1990s. Their 1989 eponymous debut album quickly achieved the status of a classic in the UK, and topped NME's list of the Greatest British Albums of All Time.
They released a second album, Second Coming, in 1994 and split in 1996...
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- 1985 Release debut single, which they later disown
- 1987 Mani replaces original bassist Pete Garner
- 1989 'Fool's Gold' makes the UK top 10
- 1990 Fined #3,000 each after vandalising their former record company's offices
- 1990 Perform at the Spike Island
- 1990 Play Spike Island to 27.000 people
- 1990 last recording before four years of legal battles with their record company
- 1994 Sign to Geffen Records
- 1995 Reni leaves
- 1995 John Squire is injured and the band cancel a Glastonbury appearance
- 1996 Squire leaves and is replaced by Aziz Ibrahim
- 1996 Disband after a disastrous Reading Festival appearance
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Top 10 Tracks
These are the tracks that are most listened to by users of Last.FM.
- 1 I Wanna Be Adored played 1,818 times
- 2 Waterfall played 1,278 times
- 3 She Bangs the Drums played 1,241 times
- 4 Fools Gold played 1,128 times
- 5 Made of Stone played 1,037 times
- 6 I Am the Resurrection played 974 times
- 7 This Is the One played 775 times
- 8 Elephant Stone played 741 times
- 9 Love Spreads played 605 times
- 10 Elizabeth My Dear played 583 times
This chart is not created by the BBC and is only reflective of the listening habits of users of Last.FM.