The Stone Roses The Stone Roses

Silvertone, 1989
For a few glorious moments, the Stone Roses looked like they might lead another British Invasion. Instead, they fell apart – but first they made this incredible album, highlighted by the ecstatic eight-minute-long "I Am the Resurrection." It single-handedly launched Nineties Brit pop.

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