Turns into Stone

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Turns Into Stone
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Compilation album by The Stone Roses
Released 20 July 1992
Recorded 1988–1990
Genre Madchester[1]
Label Silvertone
Producer John Leckie, Peter Hook
The Stone Roses chronology
The Stone Roses
(1989)The Stone Roses1989
Turns Into Stone
(1992)
Second Coming
(1994)Second Coming1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

Turns Into Stone is a compilation album by English rock band The Stone Roses, released in 1992. It consists of early singles and B-sides that did not feature on their self-titled debut album. The compilation reached number 32 on the UK album chart.

The album's release was surrounded by controversy[citation needed], as the Roses were in the middle of a legal battle with their then-record label, Silvertone. An injunction prevented the band from releasing any new material for several years afterward, during which Silvertone re-released many singles, including two separate versions of "Fools Gold", and releasing stand-alone singles from the first album that were not intended to be singles (such as the edited version of "I Am the Resurrection" featuring a drum machine instead of Reni's distinctive drumming).

Despite this, the album is seen in a positive light by Roses fans because it collects the extended versions of many of their best-known non-album songs onto one CD, before a best-of compilation was even available.

The title of the album is taken from the final lines of One Love: "What goes up must come down/Turns into dust or turns into stone".

In August 2009 the album's tracks were remastered by John Leckie and included as "The B-sides" on the 20th anniversary collectors edition re-release of The Stone Roses self-titled debut album and the remastered album went on to be released separately in September 2012 by Sony Music.

Track listing

  1. "Elephant Stone" (12" version) – 4:53
  2. "The Hardest Thing In The World" – 2:39
  3. "Going Down" – 2:46
  4. "Mersey Paradise" – 2:44
  5. "Standing Here" – 5:05
  6. "Where Angels Play" – 4:15
  7. "Simone" – 4:24
  8. "Fools Gold" (12" version) – 9:53
  9. "What the World Is Waiting For" – 3:55
  10. "One Love" (12" version) – 7:45
  11. "Something's Burning" (12" version) – 7:50

Catalogue Numbers

  • LP: Silvertone ORE LP521
  • LP: Music On Vinyl MOVLP628 (180g Remaster)
  • LP: Modern Classics Recordings MCR 915 (2 x 180g Remaster)
  • CD: Silvertone ORE CD521
  • CD: Silvertone Records / Sony Music 88725467042 (2012 Remaster)
  • Cassette: Silvertone ORE C521

References

  1. ^ "Explore: Madchester (Top Albums)". Allmusic. Retrieved 8 May 2011. 
  2. ^ Allmusic review

External links

  • Turns into Stone at YouTube (streamed copy where licensed)
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