Garage Flower

Release date
30 Jun 1998
Running length
14 tracks
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1 Getting Plenty 4:04 4,149
2 Here It Comes 2:43 40,342
3 Trust a Fox 3:03 3,818
4 Tradjic Roundabout 3:12 3,668
5 All I Want 3:39 3,852
6 Heart on the Staves 3:19 3,810
7 I Wanna Be Adored 3:29 403,822
8 This Is the One 4:58 210,775
9 Fall 2:49 3,767
10 So Young 3:21 39,432
11 Tell Me 3:50 33,852
12 Haddock 0:14 162
13 Just a Little Bit 3:08 3,366
14 Mission Impossible 3:44 3,390

About this album

Garage Flower was recorded in mid 1985 and was produced by Martin Hannett, collecting the band’s early songs. The album wasn’t released at the time because the band were not satisfied with the album’s production and it’s songs. Some regard the production as being of poor quality, particularly with regard to bass. Their self titled album was the band’s proper debut 4 years later.

Garage Flower album was finally released in 1996 by Garage Flower, without the band’s permission.

The album contains previously unavailable early songs, and early versions of “I Wanna Be Adored” and “This Is the One”. The album’s title is taken from a lyric in track 11, Tell Me.

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  • jclf

    back when the roses were harder... you can definitely hear the change from this more punk sounding stuff to their later melodic stuff... love it all

    14 Aug 2010 Reply
  • MapOfMyHead

    I like the vocals!

    4 Mar 2009 Reply
  • jakeymoore1234

    this is the best stone roses album bar far! this how they were supposed to sound

    16 Jul 2008 Reply

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