Breaking Into Heaven: The Rise and Fall of the Stone Roses

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Omnibus, 1999 - Rock musicians - 240 pages
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In 1989 The Stone Roses exploded onto the music scene at the forefront of a new wave of music from Manchester. Their music - an exhilarating mixture of Sixties pop, rock and dance made them the UKs most talked about group, while their first album THE STONE ROSES, is now revered as one of the finest debuts of all time. Then, with the world at their feet, and a multi-million dollar record contract signed, they split up. Breaking Into Heaven is the most complete account of The Stone Roses' story ever published. It includes interviews with some of those closest to the band, including their ex-manager Gareth Evans. It also features the full story behind the delayed release of their album SECOND COMING and a full run-down of post Roses activities and a complete discography, including solo releases.

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