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Stone Roses: 'Talking'

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136 pages1 hour

Summary

Manchester’s Stone Roses woke up a stagnant late-Eighties music scene with an eponymous debut album of danceable rock that set the charts ablaze and remains a fixture in critics’ lists today. The UK went mad for them but legal hassles, family responsibilities and personal problems ensured it was downhill from then on. Ian Brown, John Squire and Mani Mounfield remain powerful forces in British rock today, and now you can read about their trials and tribulations first hand. Here are The Stone Roses in their own words.

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