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  1. The Stone Roses’ fierce self-belief is well noted but it never descends into ugly hubris on a record that restored colour and swagger to late ’80s guitar music. In fact, the album’s great strength is its humanity as it portrays love (“She Bangs the Drums”), empathy (“Waterfall”), isolation (“Made of Stone.
  2. "Waterfall" is the 9th single from The Stone Roses. It was the fourth single taken from their debut album The Stone Roses. It was released on 30 December and reached #27 in the UK. The song was written about a tripped out girl who steals a car to drive to the coast. She then dumps it over a cliff.
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  7. Waterfall by The Stone Roses. Here's how to play the classic song 'Waterfall' by The Stone Roses on guitar! This is a great riff for beginners. You will need a capo at 4th fret for it to sound the same as the original, but it will sound fine without a capo too, it'll just be in a lower key.
  8. " Waterfall " is the ninth single from The Stone Roses. The fourth single taken from their debut album The Stone Roses, it was released in and reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was placed at number 5 in a poll, by readers of The Guardian, of their "all-time favourite songs by the band.".

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