|1||The Hardest Thing In The World||2:39|
Mixed By – John Leckie
|ORE T 1||The Stone Roses||Elephant Stone (12", Single)||Silvertone Records||ORE T 1||UK||1988|
|ORE CD 1||The Stone Roses||Elephant Stone (CD, Single)||Silvertone Records||ORE CD 1||UK||1990|
|ORE 1||The Stone Roses||Elephant Stone (7", Single)||Silvertone Records||ORE 1||Australasia||1988|
|ORE 1||The Stone Roses||Elephant Stone (7", Single, RE, Red)||Silvertone Records||ORE 1||UK||1990|
|ORE C 1, OREC1||The Stone Roses||Elephant Stone (Cass, Single, Chr)||Silvertone Records, Silvertone Records||ORE C 1, OREC1||UK||1990|
- Engineer [Cutting] – George 'Porky' Peckham
- Producer – Peter Hook
- Written-By – Brown, Squire
Sleeve made in England.
Single pressed in France.
- Barcode: 5 013705 111778
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched.): ORE 1 A² A PORKY PRIME CUT.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): [SNA logo]
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched.): ORE 1 B² PORKY.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
- Pressed By – SNA
- Published By – Zomba Music Publishers Ltd.
Elephant Stone - The Stone Roses. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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 record's critical standing also improved. Elephant Stone was released as the lead single off of The Stone Roses, where they started become the band fans know and love. They started using dance rhythms, which is a Elephant Stone was released as the lead single off of The Stone Roses, where they started become the band fans know and love. They started using dance rhythms, which is a Read More. They started using dance rhythms, which is a massive step from their taboo first single. It is then peculiar that it was dropped for the initial album release UK 1989. It was later included for the US 1989 release and UK 1991 release bar the LP format. It was absent from the 1999 10th year anniversary release as well as the 2007 remastered release. Songs in album The Stone Roses - Elephant Stone 1988. The Stone Roses - Elephant Stone. The Stone Roses - Full Fathom Five. The Stone Roses - The Hardest Thing In The World. The Stone Roses - Elephant Stone 7' Version. 2016 г. Burst into heaven Kiss in the cotton clouds Arctic sheets and fields of wheat I can't stop coming down Your shrunken head Looking down on me above Send me home like an elephant stone Stone 1988. Album by The Stone Roses. Elephant Stone. was sampled in. Ashtray Wasp by Burial 2012. was remixed in. Elephant Stone Extended Mix by John Leckie 1988. Elephant Stone Mint Royale Remix by Mint Royale 2000. Elephant Stone Extended Mix. is a remix of. Elephant Stone by The Stone Roses 1988. Stone Roses - The Stone Roses. The Total Stone Roses. Elephant Stone Live. Product description. Stone Roses The Stone Roses US CD album. Some albums really can change the world, and in 1989 this was one of them. The psychedlic dance extravaganza that was The Stone Roses ushered in the era of Madchester, baggy trousers, Kangols, and the Hacienda. From the magnificent protracted opening of I Wanna Be Adored where, for once, the arrogance wasn't overdone to the dying seconds of Fools Gold, every note was perfect. Since the Stone Roses were the nominal leaders of Britain's Madchester scene - an indie rock phenomenon that fused guitar pop with drug-fueled rave and dance culture - it's rather ironic that their eponymous debut only hints at dance music. What made the Stone Roses important was how they welcomed dance and pop together, treating them as if they were the same beast. Equally important was the Roses' cool, detached arrogance, which was personified by Ian Brown's nonchalant vocals
Performer: The Stone Roses
Title: Elephant Stone
Release date: 1990
Label: Silvertone Records
Style: Indie Rock
Catalog: ORE 1
Size MP3: 2001 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM, Reissue, Silver Moulded Labels