Stone Roses Debut To Get Boxset Release

20th anniversary marked by 'limited edition, deluxe release' in June

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To mark the 20th anniversary of its release, Sony will re-release The Stone Roses’ eponymous debut as a “definitive super deluxe limited edition collector’s boxset”.

Originally released in May 1989, the band’s debut is now regarded as one of the best British guitar records of all time, cited as a major influence by Oasis, The Verve and Kasabian. It famously took the band seven years to record the follow up, 1996’s ‘The Second Coming’.

Original producer John Leckie has produced a re-mastered version of the album and extensive details of the tracklisting and contents for both the collector’s boxset and smaller ‘Legacy’ editions will be revealed shortly.

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