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Stone Roses Debut Reissue Details Announced

Stone Roses Debut Reissue Details Announced

Back in February, news broke that the Stone Roses' self-titled debut would be getting a deluxe reissue, but little was offered by way of release date or specific details. Today brings news of the release date, August 11, and details regarding the three(!) different reissue packages.

 

The first package is a single disc "Special Edition" that is remastered by frontman Ian Brown and producer John Leckie that features the original album and a full length version of "Fool's Gold." The three disc "Legacy Edition" contains the original album, a disc of demos, and the "Live in Blackpool" concert film.

 

The "Collectors Edition" is where things get interesting, as it is the "Legacy Edition" plus the album on vinyl with an extra record of non-album tracks, a lemon-shaped USB drive that features audio, promo videos, ringtones, and wallpapers, a book featuring words by Noel Gallagher and others about the album, and six art prints painted by guitarist John Squire for each of the album's singles.

 

Here's the track list for the sets. Again, they hit on August 11 via Silvertone/Legacy:

 

The Stone Roses:

01 I Wanna Be Adored
02 She Bangs the Drums
03 Waterfall
04 Don't Stop
05 Bye Bye Bad Man
06 Elizabeth My Dear
07 (Song for My) Sugar Spun Sister
08 Made of Stone
09 Shoot You Down
10 This Is the One
11 I Am the Resurrection
12 Fools Gold

The Lost Demos:

01 I Wanna Be Adored
02 She Bangs the Drums
03 Waterfall
04 Bye Bye Badman
05 Sugar Spun Sister
06 Shoot You Down (1 version)
07 This Is the One
08 I Am Resurrection
09 Elephant Stone
10 Going Down
11 Mersey Paradise
12 Where Angels Play
13 Something's Burning
14 One Love
15 Pearl Bastard

The B-Sides & Non Album Singles:

01 Elephant Stone
02 Full Fathom Five
03 The Hardest Thing
04 Going Down
05 Guernica
06 Mersey Paradise
07 Standing Here
08 Simone
09 Fools Gold
10 What the World Is Waiting For
11 One Love (Full Length)
12 Something's Burning (Full Length)
13 Where Angels Play

[Pitchfork]

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It would have been a lot easier to use all that energy and planning on making a new album. I hear the 4th edition contains Ian Brown making fart noises.

Jim

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