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Second Coming is an album released on December 5, 1994 in the UK and early 1995 in the US by The Stone Roses. The album was released on Geffen Records. It went platinum in the UK and sold 1 million copies worldwide. The album was dedicated to Philip Hall, the band's publicist, who died of cancer in 1993. It was recorded at Forge Studios in Oswestry, Shropshire and Rockfield Studios near Monmouth in Wales between 1992 and 1994. On cassette… read more

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  • Squire's guitar work is brillant on this album!
  • The second half is so much better than the first
  • r u ready to rock?
  • Better than they say
  • better
  • so fuckin underrated [3]
  • There is literally no limit to the number of times I could listen to side 4.
  • It's bizarre how this album has been slagged off so much. When it first came out Melody Maker praised it, and it really showcases the Roses' penchant for psychedelia and house much better than the first record. Also John's playing is crazier and ups the ante for the entire album. The only problem with this record that it was put out after the Madchester era and in the Britpop phase, which is unfortunate because this record deserves it's unsung praise. If you haven't given this record a chance, I suggest listening to Breaking Into Heaven ( that long intro is def worth it), Ten Storey Love Song ( has the debut album vibe), Daybreak, Begging You (biggest killer groove ever), Tears and Love Spreads.
  • v Agreed. Sadly, the media brainwashing is still ingrained in many people's minds, so they'll slag this album off even though they've probably not even heard it. It's sad really. because it really is just as good as the debut, if not better. It's a much more straight-up rock n' roll record, that's for sure, but still retains that Stone Roses atmosphere.
  • This one is as good as the debut. Sadly, the media trashed it even before it was released, opaquing the true beauty of it. It's criminally underrated.

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