The Stone Roses is the debut studio album by English rock band the Stone Roses. It was recorded mostly at Battery Studios in London with producer John Leckie from June 1988 to February 1989 and released in May of that year by Silvertone Records. The Stone Roses was not an immediate success, but grew popular with the band's high-profile concert performances, which also helped establish them as fixtures of the Madchester and baggy cultural scenes.
Fools Gold" and "What the World Is Waiting For" are two songs by British rock band the Stone Roses. They were released together as a double A-side single on 13 November 1989 through Silvertone Records. Fools Gold" would go on to appear on certain non-UK versions of their self-titled debut studio album (1989). Fools Gold" became the band's biggest commercial hit at the time
The Stone Roses are an English rock band formed in Manchester in 1983. One of the pioneering groups of the Madchester movement in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the band's lineup consists of vocalist Ian Brown, guitarist John Squire, bassist Mani and drummer Reni. The band released their debut album, The Stone Roses, in 1989. The album was a breakthrough success for the band and garnered critical acclaim, with many critics regarding it as one of the greatest British albums ever recorded.
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Fool's Gold" lolloped out of the backend of the Eighties with a loose-limbed strut and an attitude to match. Merging northern English, pasty-faced guitar rock with urban American dance music, it was recorded a world away from the Stone Roses' native Manchester, at Cornwall's small Sawmills studio, a 17th-century stone building set in its own tidal creek. The track was written by the band's guitarist, John Squire, and vocalist, Ian Brown, in the wake of their debut, self-titled album. Production was handled by John Leckie and the recording took a little over a fortnight in the late summer of 1989.
Fools Gold" was built around a loop from James Brown's "Funky Drummer. It was guitarist John Squire who actually discovered the track. He recalled in Q magazine: "We were signing copies of our single, 'She Bangs The Drums,' in a Manchester record shop called Eastern Bloc. The owner said we could pick a couple of albums as a thank you and I picked out a breakbeats album because I liked the cover and I wanted to see what it was all about. That's where I heard the 'Funky Drummer' loop that we built 'Fools Gold' around. Singer Ian Brown told Q magazine April 2009 that the verses, which hinted at trouble within the Stone Roses camp, were inspired by the 1948 Humphrey Bogart film The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre. He explained: "In the film the friends go up a mountain looking for gold. But as they go on, they start turning on one another. That's how it felt once the Roses started getting successful.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
- Published By – Zomba Music Publishers Ltd.
- Distributed By – BMG Ariola S.A.
- Pressed By – Iberofon, S.A.
- Printed By – Indugraf Madrid, S.A.
- Producer, Mixed By – John Leckie
NotesGRUPO REVELACION 1989 U.K.
PROHIBIDA SU VENTA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Depósito Legal): M-2487-1990
- Matrix / Runout (Both Sides Runout): 0351 A B IN3 DMI
- Rights Society: SGAE
|ORE 13||The Stone Roses||Fools Gold 4.15 (7", Single)||Silvertone Records||ORE 13||UK||1989|
|ZT43322, ZT 43 322||The Stone Roses||Fools Gold 9.53 (12", Maxi)||Silvertone Records, Silvertone Records||ZT43322, ZT 43 322||Europe||1989|
|ORE 13, PROMO 17||The Stone Roses||What The World Is Waiting For (7", Single + Cass, S/Sided, Smplr)||Silvertone Records, Silvertone Records||ORE 13, PROMO 17||Australia||1990|
|88697563112||The Stone Roses||Fools Gold (CD, Single, RE)||Silvertone Records||88697563112||UK||2009|
|ORE C 13||The Stone Roses||What The World Is Waiting For (Cass, Single)||Silvertone Records||ORE C 13||UK||1989|