The Stone Roses
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Features // 4 Articles
Columns // 1 Articles
Reviews // 2 Articles
Blogs // 5 Articles
Media // 2 Articles
//Features

Uncool Britannia: Radiohead's 'The Bends' vs. Britpop in a Battle for the Soul of Britain
15 Mar 2015 // 9:20 PM

The successors to Radiohead and The Bends are a generation who liked how the film started, but lost the script halfway through.

The Stone Roses: War and Peace
1 Apr 2013 // 6:30 PM

Going beyond the myths to depict a band that defined Britpop, Simon Spence illustrates the Stone Roses’ incandescent talent and jaw-dropping success while contextualizing them in the ‘90s music scene.

//Columns

On the Sixth Day God Created Man...Chester: Part Three
1 Oct 2009 // 5:00 PM

Manchester's working class population showed the world that trade unions can resist authority. Such solidarity and class consciousness is heard in the arrogant sneers of the Stone Roses and Oasis.

//Reviews

Frustration and Lack of Respect: 'The Stone Roses: War and Peace'
12 May 2013 // 11:05 PM

The story of the biggest British band to never make it in America gets a thorough, honest, and fair recounting.

The Stone Roses: self-titled
21 Oct 2002 // 6:00 PM

The Stone Roses is an album where everything was on the money. From the opening rumblings of "I Wanna Be Adored", it was a declaration of intent from four men who knew they were better than what had gone before them and knew they had created something special.

//Blogs

Hope Despite the Times: 12 Essential Alternative Rock Albums from the 1980s
27 Aug 2014 // 4:24 AM

For those interested in acquainting themselves with alternative rock's rich and diverse early years, Sound Affects has assembled this '80s alt-rock primer.

The Stone Roses... The Second Second Coming (documentary)
9 Jul 2012 // 12:04 AM

This unofficial but revealing reunion documentary seeks out the truth about this year's biggest reunion.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

Fave Five: Alpine

// Sound Affects

"Australian sextet Alpine's newest album is a fantastic expansion of their joyous pop sound, but two members give us five records apiece that helped define their unique musical identities.

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