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8 thoughts on “ Your Star Will Shine - The Stone Roses - Second Coming (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. This album is an amazing sophomore effort by The Stone Roses. I'd forgotten about this one till very recently when I heard Love Spreads on Spotify, and fell back in love with this band. Most people know I wanna Be Adored, or Fools Gold, neither of which is on this album, but those songs barely scrape the surface of the talent and wide scope of /5().
  2. The story of the creation of the second Stone Roses album is well known. It follows one of rock's oldest archetypes - that over-familiar combination of drugs, lawyers and ego that conspires to throw a band off the rails - so gains traction partially because it fits our preconceptions and prejudices.
  3. The Stone Roses - Second Coming - UMC - Double LP: £ This item hasn't been updated for over a year. We believe the item to be in stock, but that might not necessarily be the case.
  4. "Love Spreads" is a song by British alternative rock group The Stone Roses, released on 21 November as the first single from their second album, Second Coming. The record reached number two on the UK Singles Chart, the highest peak for any song by the band, as well as number 55 on the US Billboard Hot Airplay chart and number 67 on.
  5. (riff 1) E When the storm outside is raging, and the dogs, they howl your name, lay down, sleep, and I'll kiss you, your star will shine again. Na na na na na na na na. A E Hush my darling, don't you cry, E I'll stay by your side until morning, A E all through the night I'll watch the skies.
  6. This song is by The Stone Roses and appears on the album Second Coming (). Your star will shine again one day Through deep blue velvet skies Shine for all the world to see.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Second Coming on Discogs. Label: Geffen Records - GEF • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock/5(30).
  8. for me, the reason second coming gets slated so much, is because it gets constantly compared to, and is measured against, the debut album "the stone roses", when compared to what is, in my book, one of the greatest albums of all time, by any band, it's always gonna fall short.

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