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25 Years Ago: The Stone Roses Play a Legendary Show in Glasgow

Ian Brown at Isle Of Wight Festival - Day 2
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The apex of the Stone Roses' short career seems to have occurred in 1990, when they played to some 8,000 fans inside a giant tent at Glasgow Green, 25 years ago.

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19 Years Ago: The Stone Roses’ ‘Second Coming’ Album Released

Stone Roses
Pennie Smith

When the Stone Roses released their self-titled debut album in 1989, they were generally hailed as rock ‘n’ roll saviors by both British fans and press hungry for something new. Borrowing a little bit from late-‘60s psychedelia, late-‘70s post-punk and the druggy alt-rock swirl of their contemporaries, the Manchester-based quartet scored big with near-epic songs like ‘I Wanna Be Adored’ and ‘She Bangs the Drums.’

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News Bits: Stone Roses Puzzle U.S. Fans With Coachella Headlining Slot + More

Stone Roses
Dave Etheridge-Barnes, Getty Images

Not everyone is excited about the Stone Roses headlining Coachella. Some folks are just confused.

Speaking of Coachella, Justin Vernon will be there -- but not as Bon Iver.

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News Bits: Killers Scrap Manchester Shows, Stone Roses Announce Show + More

The Killers
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If you're going to cancel shows in Manchester, England, do it like the Killers did.

Another Stone Roses gig. (Woo-hoo!) Not in America. (D'oh!)

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Stone Roses Reunion Will Continue Into 2013

Stone Roses-Ian Brown
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Much like fellow British rockers Blur, who recently announced plans to continue their comeback tour into next year, the Stone Roses have revealed their intention to keep their reunion rolling into 2013. The Roses, who reunited in May to play their first shows in more than 15 years, have lined up gigs at the Future Music Festivale in Australia next March.

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Stone Roses Set World Record for Fastest Selling U.K. Concerts

Ian Brown
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The Stone Roses' reunion concerts over the summer in their hometown of Manchester, England, have set a Guinness World Record for the fastest selling rock concerts in U.K. history. Tickets for the three gigs in Manchester's Heaton Park at the end of June and beginning of July certainly sold at a swift pace, and all 220,000 were gone in a mere 68 minutes.

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Stone Roses – Best Reunion Tours

Trey Anastasio, Frank Black, Ian Brown
Scott Gries / Bryan Bedder / Samir Hussein, Getty Images

Not long after Stone Roses gained widespread critical acclaim for their self-titled 1989 debut album, tensions within the band began to take their toll, eventually resulting in the departure of two founding members following the release of their sophomore set, 'Second Coming.'

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Stones Roses Bassist Mani and Wife Expecting Twins

Mani, Ian Brown
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Stone Roses' Gary "Mani" Mounfield had a big secret when his band returned to the stage earlier summer: His wife, Imelda Mounfield, is pregnant with twins. The bassist and his wife reportedly knew the big news when the original Stone Roses lineup performed their first gigs together in more than 20 years, but they decided not to share it until now.

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‘Coronation Street’ Cuts Scenes Due to Stone Roses Fan’s Death

Stone Roses
Dave Etheridge-Barnes

The unfortunate effects of the Stone Roses fan whose body was found earlier this week are being felt outside of the music industry. Producers of the British soap opera show 'Coronation Street' have revealed that they are cutting scenes from an upcoming episode in the wake of Chris Brahney's death.

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Police Find Body of Missing Stone Roses Fan Chris Brahney

Ian Brown Plays Brighton Centre

The fan who disappeared after a Stone Roses concert last month has been found dead. Police discovered the body of 22-year-old Chris Brahney Monday morning (July 9) and confirmed that it was him.

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