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Chorusx3) WATERFALL CHIMES SING SUNDAY MORN TODAY'S THE DAY SHE'S SWORN TO STEAL WHAT SHE NEVER COULD OWN AND RACE FROM THIS HOLE SHE CALLS HOME NOW YOU'RE AT THE WHEEL TELL ME HOW HOW DOES IT FEEL SO GOOD TO HAVE EQUALISED TO LIFT UP THE LIDS OF YOUR EYES AS THE MILES THEY DISAPPEAR SEE LAND BEGIN TO CLEAR FREE FROM THE FILTH AND THE SCUM THIS AMERICAN SATELLITE'S WON SHE'LL CARRY ON THROUGH IT ALL SHE'S A WATERFALL REPEAT CHORUS SEE THE STEEPLE PINE THE HILLS AS OLD AS TIME SOON TO BE PUT TO THE TEST TO BE WHIPPED BY THE WINDS OF THE WEST STANDS ON SHIFTING SANDS THE SCALES HELD IN HER HANDS THE WIND IT JUST WHIPS HER AND WAILS AND FILLS UP HER BRIGANTINE SAILS SHE'LL CARRY ON THROUGH IT ALL SHE'S A WATERFALL REPEAT CHORUS DON'T STOP DON'T STOP ISN'T IT FUNNY HOW YOU SHINE DON'T STOP ISN'T IT FUNNY HOW YOU SHINE HERE THE SEASPRAY GIVE I WAS WITH HER WE'RE UNDER THE SHIP SO GET ME OVER NOW THAT WAS ME, LISTEN, NOW SHE FISHES NOW, LISTEN THERE WAS NO-ONE OUT THERE WE USE THERE IS THE NEWS FOR ME, USELESS, NOW SO MUCH WASTE, HOW WE'LL BE TEASED DON'T STOP ISN'T IT FUNNY HOW YOU SHINE DON'T STOP ISN'T IT FUNNY HOW YOU SHINE WON'T YOU JUST ASK ME? YOU'RE AN IMBECILE WHAT'S THE MATTER? FOR EVERYONE I FEEL PAIN BLUE SINGER, HE'S PAIN, JUST A GUITAR FROM THE TOP I WAKE, I STEAL, LOOK I FEEL LOOSE WE'RE ALL HERE NOW WHO'S THE FIRST HE'S INTO MY HEART HE MUST BE ONE OF US DON'T STOP ISN'T IT FUNNY HOW YOU SHINE DON'T STOP ISN'T IT FUNNY HOW YOU SHINE BYE BYE BADMAN SOAK ME TO MY SKIN WILL YOU DROWN ME IN YOUR SEA SUBMISSION ENDS AND I BEGIN CHOKE ME SMOKE THE AIR IN THIS CITRUS SUCKING SUNSHINE I DON'T CARE, YOU'RE NOT ALL THERE EVERY BACKBONE AND HEART YOU BREAK WILL STILL COME BACK FOR MORE SUBMISSION ENDS IT ALL HERE HE COME GOT NO QUESTION, GOT NO LOVE I'M THROWING STONES AT YOU MAN I WANT YOU BLACK AND BLUE AND I'M GONNA MAKE YOU BLEED GONNA BRING YOU DOWN TO YOUR KNEES BYE BYE BADMAN OOH BYE BYE CHOKE ME SMOKE THE AIR IN THIS CITRUS SUCKING SUNSHINE I DON'T CARE, YOU'RE NOT ALL THERE YOU'VE BEEN BOUGHT AND PAID YOU'RE A WHORE AND A SLAVE YOUR DOCK'S NOT A HOLY SHRINE COME TASTE THE END, YOU'RE MINE HERE HE COME GOT NO QUESTION, GOT NO LOVE I'M THROWING STONES AT YOU MAN I WANT YOU BLACK AND BLUE AND I'M GONNA MAKE YOU BLEED GONNA BRING YOU DOWN TO YOUR KNEES BYE BYE BADMAN OOH BYE BYE I'VE GOT BAD INTENTION I INTEND TO KNOCK YOU DOWN THESE STONES I THROW OH THESE FRENCH KISSES ARE THE ONLY WAY I'VE FOUND I'VE GOT BAD INTENTION I INTEND TO KNOCK YOU DOWN THESE STONES I THROW OH THESE FRENCH KISSES ARE THE ONLY WAY I'VE FOUND ELIZABETH MY DEAR TEAR ME APART AND BOIL MY BONES I'LL NOT REST TILL SHE'S LOST HER THRONE MY AIM IS TRUE MY MESSAGE IS CLEAR IT'S CURTAINS FOR YOU ELIZABETH MY DEAR SUGAGR FSPUN SISTER HER HAIR SOFT DRIFTED SNOW DEATH WHITE I'D LIKE TO KNOW WHY SHE HATES, ALL THAT SHE DOES AND SHE CALLS ME LITTLE BOY LOST UNTIL THE SKY TURNS GREEN THE GRASS IS SEVERAL SHADES OF BLUE EVERY MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT TRIPS ON GLUE UNTIL THE SKY TURNS GREEN THE SKY IS SEVERAL SHADES OF BLUE EVERY MEMBER OF PARLIAMNET TRIPS ON GLUE IT TAKES ALL THESE THINGS AND ALL THAT TIME TILL MY SUGAR SPUN SISTER'S HAPPY WITH THIS LOVE OF MINE IT'LL TAKE ALL THESE THINGS AND OH MUCH MORE I'VE PAID FOR FIFTEEN OR MORE BUT MY GUTS CAN'T TAKE MANY MORE 'CAUSE MY HANDS ARE STUCK TO MY JEANS AND SHE KNOWS, SHE KNOWS WHAT THIS MUST MEAN SHE WAKES UP WITH THE SUN SHE ASKS ME WHAT IS ALL THE FUSS AS SHE GAVE ME MORE THAT SHE THOUGHT SHE SHOULD SHE WAKES UP WITH THE SUN I THINK WHAT HAVE I DONE? AS I GAVE HER MORE THAN I THOUGHT I WOULD IT TAKES ALL THESE THINGS AND ALL THAT TIME TILL MY SUGAR SPUN SISTER'S HAPPY WITH THIS LOVE OF MINE THE CANDYFLOSS GIRL, THE STICKY FINGERED BOY OH THAT SISTER OF MINE MADE OF STONE YOUR KNUCKLES WHITEN ON THE WHEEL THE LAST THING THAT YOUR HANDS WILL FEEL YOUR FINAL FLIGHT CAN'T BE DELAYED NO LAND JUST SKY IT'S SO SERENE YOUR PINK FAT LIPS LET GO A SCREAM YOU FRY AND MELT I LOVE THE SCENE SOMETIMES I FANTASIZE WHEN THE STREETS ARE COLD AND LONELY AND THE CARS THEY BURN BELOW ME DON'T THESE TIMES FILL YOUR EYES WHEN THE STREETS ARE COLD AND LONELY AND THE CARS THEY BURN BELOW ME ARE YOU ALL ALONE IS ANYBODY HOME I'M STANDING WARM AGAINST THE COLD NOW THAT THE FLAMES HAVE TAKEN HOLD AT LEAST YOU LEFT YOUR LIFE IN STYLE AND FOR AS FAR AS I CAN SEE TIN TWISTED GRILLS GRIN BACK AT ME BAD MONEY DIES I LOVE THE SCENE
Chorusx2) SHOOT YOU DOWN YOU KNOW IT YOU SHOW IT AND THE TIME HAS COME TO SHOOT YOU DOWN WHAT A SOUND WHEN THE DAY IS DONE AND IT ALL WORKS OUT I'D LOVE TO DO IT AND YOU KNOW YOU'VE ALWAYS HAD IT COMING REPEAT (ALL THE ABOVE) I NEVER WANTED THE LOVE THAT YOU SHOWED ME IT STARTED TO CHOKE ME AND HOW I WISH I'D SAID NO TOO SLOW I COULDN'T TAKE THAT TOO FAST I WANT YOU TO KNOW YOU KNOW IT YOU SHOW IT BUT I CAN'T BACK DOWN IT'S FAR TOO LATE I CAN'T WAIT NOW THE TIME HAS COME IT'LL WORK OUT AND WHEN THIS THING IS DONE IT'LL LEAVE NO DOUBT SO WHEN YOU'VE HAD YOUR FUN WILL YOU ALL WALK OUT? I'D LOVE TO DO IT AND YOU KNOW YOU'VE ALWAYS HAD IT COMING I'D LOVE TO DO IT AND YOU KNOW YOU'VE ALWAYS HAD IT COMING I'D LOVE TO DO IT AND YOU KNOW YOU'VE ALWAYS HAD IT COMING THIS IS THE ONE A GIRL CONSUMED BY FIRE WE ALL KNOW HER DESIRE FROM THE PLANS THAT SHE HAS MADE I HAD HER ON A PROMISE IMMERSE ME IN YOUR SPLENDOUR ALL THE PLANS THAT I HAVE MADE THIS IS THE ONE, THIS IS THE ONE THIS IS THE ONE, THIS IS THE ONE THIS IS THE ONE SHE'S WAITED FOR THIS IS THE ONE, THIS IS THE ONE THIS IS THE ONE, THIS IS THE ONE THIS IS THE ONE I'VE WAITED FOR I'D LIKE TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY FOR A MONTH OF SUNDAYS BURN THE TOWN WHERE I WAS BORN IF ONLY SHE'D BELIEVE ME BELLONA, BELLADONNA BURN ME OUT OR BRING ME HOME CHORUS REPEAT TO END I AM THE RESURRECTION DOWN DOWN YOU BRING ME DOWN I HEAR YOU KNOCKING DOWN MY DOOR AND I CAN'T SLEEP AT NIGHT YOUR FACE IT HAS NO PLACE NO ROOM FOR YOU INSIDE MY HOUSE I NEED TO BE ALONE DON'T WASTE YOUR WORDS I DON'T NEED ANYTHING FROM YOU I DON'T CARE WHERE YOU'VE BEEN OR WHAT YOU PLAN TO DO TURN TURN I WISH YOU'D LEARN THERE'S A TIME AND PLACE FOR EVERYTHING I'VE GOT TO GET IT THROUGH CUT LOOSE 'COS YOU'RE NO USE I COULD'T STAND ANOTHER SECOND OF YOUR COMPANY DON'T WASTE YOUR WORDS I DON'T NEED ANYTHING FROM YOU I DON'T CARE WHERE YOU'VE BEEN OR WHAT YOU PLAN TO DO STONE ME WHY CAN'T YOU SEE YOU'RE A NO-ONE ,NOWHERE WASHED UP BABY WHO'D LOOK BETTER DEAD YOUR TONGUE IS FAR TOO LONG I DON'T LIKE THE WAY IT SUCKS AND SLURPS UPON MY EVERY WORD REPEAT CHORUS I AM THE RESURRECTION AND I AM THE LIFE I COULDN'T EVER BRING MYSELF TO HATE YOU AS I'D LIKE I AM THE RESURRECTION AND I AM THE LIFE I COULDN'T EVER BRING MYSELF TO HATE YOU AS I'D LIKE FOOL'S GOLD THE GOLD ROAD'S SURE A LONG ROAD WINDS ON THROUGH THE HILLS FOR 15 DAYS TH PACK ON MY BACK IS ACHING THE STRAPS SEEM TO CUT ME LIKE A KNIFE REPEAT I'M A CLOWN I WON'T BACK DOWN I DON'T NEED YOU TO TELL ME WHAT'S GOING DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN... I'M STANDING ALONE, I'M WATCHING YOU ALL I'M SEEING YOU SINKING I'M STANDING ALONE, YOU'RE WEIGHING THE GOLD I'M WATCHING YOU SINKING FOOL'S GOLD THESE BOOTS WEREN'T MADE FOR WALKING THE MARQUIS DE SADE NEVER MADE NO BOOTS LIKE THESE GOLD'S JUST AROUND THE CORNER BREAKDOWN'S COMING UP ROUND THE BEND SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO TRY TO GET ALONG DEAR I KNOW THE TRUTH AND I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE THINKING DOWN DOWN DOWN... I'M STANDING ALONE, I'M WATCHING YOU ALL I'M SEEING YOU SINKING I'M STANDING ALONE, YOU'RE WEIGHING THE GOLD I'M WATCHING YOU SINKING FOOL'S GOLD ELEPHANTT STONE BURST INTO HEAVEN KISS IN THE COTTON CLOUDS ARTIC SHEETS AND FIELDS OF WHEAT I CAN'T STOP COMING DOWN YOUR SHRUNKEN HEAD LOOKING DOWN ON ME ABOVE SEND ME HOME LIKE AN ELEPHANT STONE TO SMASH MY DREAM OF LOVE DREAMING TILL THE SUN GOES DOWN AND NIGHT TURNS INTO DAY ROOMS ARE EMPTY I'VE GOT PLENTY YOU COULD MOVE IN RIGHT AWAY SEEMS LIKE THERE'S A HOLE IN MY DREAMS IN MY DREAMS IN MY DREAMS DOWN THROUGH THE HEAVENS CHOKE IN THE COTTON CLOUDS ARTIC SHEETS AND FIELDS OF WHEAT I CAN'T STOP COMING DOWN YOUR SHRUNKEN HEAD LOOKING DOWN ON ME ABOVE SEND ME HOME LIKE AN ELEPHANT STONE TO SMASH MY DREAM OF LOVE DID YOUR BED AND BOOKSHELF GO AND RUN RUN RUN AWAY THESE FOUR WALLS SAW THE RISE AND FALL AND YOUR MIDNIGHT GETAWAY SEEMS LIKE THERE'S A HOLE IN MY DREAMS OR SO IT SEEMS YET NOTHING MEANS ANYTHING ANYMORE GOING DOWN DAWN SINGS IN THE GARDEN PHONE SINGS IN THE HALL THIS BOY'S DEAD FROM TWO DAY'S LIFE RESURRECTED BY THE CALL PENNY HERE, WE'VE GOT TO COME, SO COME ON ROUND TO ME THERE'S SO MUCH, PENNY LYING HERE TO TOUCH, TASTE AND TEASE RING A DING DING DING I'M GOING DOWN I'M COMING ROUND PENNY'S PLACE HER CRUMMY ROOM HER DANSETTE CRACKLES TO JIMI'S TUNE I TASTE AMBRE SOLAIRE HER NECK, HER THIGHS, HER LIPS, HER HAIR RING A DING DING DING I'M GOING DOWN I'M COMING AROUND ALL THOUGHTS OF SLEEP DESERT ME THERE IS NO TIME 30 MINUTES BRINGS ME ROUND TO HER NUMBER 9 YEAH SHE LOOKS LIKE A PAINTING JACKSON POLLOCH'S NUMBER 5 COME INTO THE FOREST AND TASTE THE TREES THE SUN STARTS SHINING AND I'M HARD TO PLEASE RING A DING DING DING I'M GOING DOWN I'M COMING AROUND REPEAT (ALL THOUGHTS...) TO LOOK DOWN ON THE CLOUDS YOU DON'T NEED TO FLY I'VE NEVER FLOWN IN A PLANE I'LL LIVE UNTIL I DIE GUERNICA WATCH ME AT WAR, REALLY UP YOU WANNA HURT ME, STOP THE ROW WE BOTH ARE STITCHED UP NOW WE'RE HARD WITH FEAR, HARD, SPEAK UP YOU WANNA HURT ME, STOP THE ROW WE BOTH ARE STITCHED UP NOW WE'RE WHORES, SIT DOWN, WE'RE WHORES THAT'S US HE WANTED US HE SWORE AND ALL WE'VE GOT YOU WANNA HURT ME STOP THE ROW WE BOTH ARE STITCHED UP NOW WE'RE HARD WITH FEAR, HARD, SPEAK UP YOU WANNA HURT ME, STOP THE ROW WE BOTH ARE STITCHED UP NOW WE'RE WHORES SIT DOWN WE'RE WHORES THAT'S US SIMPLE LIVES AH WE DON'T HAVE WE PACK UP, IN TRUTH IT SEEMS THIS PEACEMAKERS HAS ARMS THAT HOLD FEAR SAY GARGOYLES CAN YOU SEE THE WONDER? YES I FEAR THE CARBINE WHAT DOES NEVER WRONG MEAN? THAT'S RIGHT EVERY ONE OF US HE SWORE SO HURRY UP YOU WANNA HURT ME STOP THE ROW WE BOTH ARE STITCHED UP NOW WE'RE HARD WITH FEAR, HARD, SPEAK UP YOU WANNA HURT ME, STOP THE ROW BOTH OF US ARE STITCHED UP NOW WE'RE WHORES, SIT DOWN WHORES THAT MUST MEAN SINFUL EYES THAT MAIM OF FEAR IT'S THE LOOK THAT STINGS I FEAR BOY BEING DISTURBING I TRUST NO-ONE THEY'VE BEEN BACK DOWN FOR NOTHING IT WAS NEVER SHARED IT OURS WE WIN KNOW THOSE NAMES WHO FOLLOW WHAT THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR HERE COMES THE WISE MAN AND THERE GOES THE FOOL CAN YOU SEE THE BURNED OUT WORLD THAT HE IS LIVING IN I DON'T NEED TO LOOK FOR THE RULES HERE COMES THE DONKEY CHAINED TEN TON PLOUGH HE'LL NEVER MAKE THAT HILL IN A MILLION YEARS WHIP CRACK, BEAT HIM DOWN HE LOVES HIS BROTHER HE'D SELL HIM FOR A FISTFUL OF GOLD BUT HE NEEDS A SLAVE FOR HIS VISION OF THE PROMISED LAND NO I DON'T BELIEVE A WORD TAKE ME ANY WAY THE WIND BLOWS YOU'LL NEVER KNOW JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO DO OR WHERE YOU WANNA GO I THINK IT'S TIME THAT YOU FOUND WHAT THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR I THINK IT'S TIME TO GET REAL REPEAT (HERE COMES..) ANYTIME YOU WANT IT, THEN IT'S THERE ALL YOU GOTTA DO IS STOP ME ON THE CORNER AND ASK SAY HEY, YOU DON'T LIVE TODAY STOP THE WORLD STOP THE WORLD I'M GETTING OFF I'M GETTING OFF CAN'T GET ENOUGH I'M GETTING OFF 1989 JANUARY 30: Manchester Hacienda. Filmed for BBC2's Snub TV. The same set was played throughout this tour, with occasional extras thrown in, like 'Mersey Paradise' and 'Going Down'. Interviewed backstage, Reni reveals that "we just ignore the rest of the world and concentrate on Manchester, because we want to be the biggest band in our street." FEBRUARY 17: Warrington Legends. Supported by the old lineup of the Charlatans, with the little-feted Baz Kettley on vocals. FEBRUARY 20: Sheffield University. Ian Brown's 26th birthday. FEBRUARY 23: Middlesex Polytechnic. FEBRUARY 28: Brighton Escape Club. MARCH 1: Bradford Club Rio. MARCH 2: Cardiff Venue MARCH 3: Dudley JBs. Supported by the old lineup of The Charlatans, with Baz once again at the mic. MARCH 11: 'Made Of Stone' gets Single Of The Week in the NME - "Proof that everything's coming up Stone Roses" declares their man. MARCH 18: 'Made Of Stone' peaks at number 90. APRIL 10: Reni's 25th birthday. APRIL 28: Portsmouth South Parade Pier. APRIL 29: Uxbridge Brunel University. MAY 2: 'The Stone Roses' LP released. The press are unequivocal : "An aural BigMac laced with psychedelic dill." (NME); "The spacy arrangements aligned to a fertile combination of melodies, harmonies and guitars is genuinely heady stuff." (Q); "This is a masterpiece." (Sounds); "The sweet ache of poignancy." (Melody Maker); "Jangling in every sense." (The Observer); "The Stone Roses are blooming in technicolor." (Rolling Stone); "Well worth tracking down." (London Challenger). MAY 4: Liverpool Polytechnic. A lemon is thrown onstage and the Waterfall design t-shirt is available for 5 pounds. Two days later in Manchester, "inflation" takes the price up to ten pounds. MAY 5: Widnes Queen's Hall. MAY 6: Manchester International 2. Total mania. Ian Brown wanders onstage ringing a bell. The bar has to be temporarily closed as the bar staff want to get down the front. MAY 7: Sheffield University. MAY 8: Leeds Warehouse. MAY 11: Trent Polytechnic. Supported by the old lineup of The Charlatans, with Baz, thrillingly, still at the helm. MAY 12: Dudley JBs. MAY 13: Tunbridge Angel Centre. MAY 15: London ICA. MAY 17: Birmingham Edwards No 8. MAY 19: Aberystwyth University. MAY 22: London Camden Dingwalls. MAY 24: Oxford Polytechnic. MAY 25: Shrewsbury Fridge. Tickets sell so well for this that the venue is moved to a glitzy nightclub, Park Lane. Tickets cost 2 pounds. MAY 26: Milton Keynes Elektra. (Cancelled due to recording of B-sides for 'She Bangs The Drums' at London's RAK Studios.) MAY 27: St Helens Citadel. (Cancelled due to recording.) MAY 30: Preston Guildhall Foyer. JUNE 3: Walsall Junction 10. JUNE 6: Reading Majestic. JUNE 7: Leicester University. JUNE 8: Lancaster University. [The VinylJunki was there!!] JUNE 20: Newcastle Riverside. JUNE 21: Edinburgh Venue. JUNE 22: Glasgow Rooftops. JUNE 23: Middlesbrough Town Hall. JUNE 24: Northampton Roadmenders. JUNE 25: Norwich Arts Centre. JUNE 26: Bristol Bierkeller. JUNE 27: Stratford-On-Avon Civic Hall. JUNE 28: Birmingham Irish Centre. JULY 13: 'She Bangs The Drums' is released. JULY 27: Newcastle Riverside. JULY 28: The Daily Mirror alleges that Bros have "begged chart newcomers The Stone Roses to support them but the band has refused." Melody Maker runs a rumour circulating at the time that the band are to play at "a film studio in Kensington." This turns out to be the Alexandra Palace event. AUGUST 5: 'She Bangs The Drums' peaks at number 36. AUGUST 12: Empress Ballroom Blackpool. Manchester invades the coast for the day. First mass spotting of 'Reni hats'. The band's arrival onstage is heralded by Ian Brown strolling on with an electric yo-yo. The rest of the band throw ice pops to the overheated crowd. OCTOBER 12: Les Inrockuptibles Festival, Paris, playing with The La's and Felt. Someone lets off a smoke bomb during the band's set. NOVEMBER 1: 'Fool's Gold'/'What The World Is Waiting For' is released. NOVEMBER 16: Mani's 27th birthday. NOVEMBER 18: Alexandra Palace. In response to the 7000 crowd's chant of "Manchester, la la la", Ian Brown delivers the now famous one-liner, "It's not where you're from, it's where you're at." The event is recorded by Granada TV, but the Roses' management pull the plug on the proposed Great North Show documentary and the footage languishes in the company's vaults. The post-gig party is in an old recording studio on London' Holloway Road. NOVEMBER 21: The Late Show, BBC2. The Stone Roses' first live TV appearance. Forty seconds into 'Made Of Stone', the "limiter switch" automatically cuts the powers as the volume exceeds BBC regulations. The presenter hastily introduces a video of 'One Love' while Ian Brown shouts "Amateurs! Amateurs!" at studio staff. "We're wasting our time here, lads." he continues. NOVEMBER 23: 'Fool's Gold' Top Of The Pops appearance with Happy Mondays. Both bands are interviewed by Nick Kent for The Face. His piece, which ends with the words "Welcome to the No Power Generation" causes the Roses extreme displeasure. NOVEMBER 24: John Squire's 27th birthday. DECEMBER 2: 'Fool's Gold' peaks at number 8. DECEMBER 21: An application is made to Halton Borough Council to hold the Spike Island event. 1990 JANUARY 10: Number One magazine reveal that 'Fool's Gold' was the best selling indie single of 1989. 'The Stone Roses' was the best selling indie album. JANUARY 30: The Stone Roses and their road manager Steve Adge drive up to Wolverhampton from Rockfield Studios in South Wales, where they are recording with John Leckie, and visit their former record company, Revolver. Angry at the label's re-release of their 1987 single 'Sally Cinnamon' - and specifically its accompanying video - they throw blue and white paint over label boss Paul Birch and his girlfriend Olivia Darling. Ian Brown puts a brick through Birch's 25000 pound Mercedes. "The video was insulting", Brown said at the time. "Blokes selling fruit, a few pigeons, some black woman holding a baby, a picture of me on the front of The Face, a few people in flares... So we went and painted him." JANUARY 31: The band and Steve Adge are arrested. Ian Brown, John Squire and Reni are arrested in their hotel near the studio. Mani and Steve walk into Monmouth police station to give themselves up. All are taken to Wolverhampton. Steve Adge is released without charge. FEBRUARY 1: The Stone Roses are released on bail. FEBRUARY 7: The Stone Roses serve a writ on Revolver to try to stop the video for 'Sally Cinnamon' being shown. FEBRUARY 12: The 'Sally Cinnamon' hearing is adjourned for three weeks. FEBRAURY 19: 'Elephant Stone', the band's 1988 debut single for Silvertone, is re-issued. They begin two days of international interviews at London's Tara Hotel. The British press are not invited. FEBRAURY 20: Ian Brown's 27th birthday. FEBRUARY 26: 'Made Of Stone' re-issued. MARCH 3: 'Elephant Stone' peaks at number 8. MARCH 6: The Stone Roses appear at Wolverhampton Magistrate's Court charged with criminal damage over the Revolver raid. The case is adjourned when the defence and prosecution fail to agree on a figure for damages. The entire hearing lasts for less than 60 seconds. MARCH 10: The case is adjourned to give Revolver time to prepare their defence. NME reports that the band have lost the initial 'Sally Cinnamon' injunction. MARCH 17: 'Made Of Stone' peaks at number 20. MARCH 31: The NME reports that Ian Brown was spotted in London's 'nitespot' Cafe De Paris "holding an animated conversation with the entire Liverpool football team." APRIL 10: Reni's 26th birthday. APRIL 12: Wolverhampton Magistrate's Court. Adjourned until the 26th, and committed to Crown Court. APRIL 18: Ian Brown spotted in London's Charing Cross Road after coming down with his father, Vincent, to see their team - Warrington - lose 36-14 to Wigan in the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at Wembley. APRIL 26: Wolverhampton Crown Court. MAY 14: The Daily Mirror carries a showbiz report about a shooting at Manchester International, the club previously managed by the Roses' manager, Gareth Evans. The Stone Roses are there, along with Tim Booth and Saul Davies from James. MAY 15: Copenhagan. MAY 16: Lund (Sweden). 'Sally Cinnamon' court case comes up again. MAY 17: Stockholm. MAY 19: Oslo. MAY 26: At a pre Spike Island press conference in Manchester's Piccadilly Hotel, the band successfully bait press from all around the world. Local journalist based in US, Frank Owen says they're taking the piss and is attacked by a drunken fan. "What will you be doing in five years?" asks the Daily Star. "What a stupid question" retorts Ian Brown. MAY 27: Spike Island. 28000 attend the all day concert on an island in the Mersey Estuary. The Stone Roses are the only band to play - the rest of the music is provided by DJs Frankie Knuckles, Gary Clail, Dave Haslam and Dave Booth. The band perform 17 songs in 75 minutes, ending with a riotous 'I Am The Resurrection'. The weather is gloriously sunny and the vibe is generally excellent. But the queue for alcohol is two hours long and cigarettes are unavailable. Backstage, journalists are appalled to learn that the only free drink on hand is Coca-Cola. JUNE 2: Glasgow Green. 8000 people cram into a tent to witness The Stone Roses' last live appearance. After the gig, the band return to the Sub Club, where they party until 7.30am. Report in the NME that the release of the Roses' next single, 'One Love', is to be delayed, pending new cover art, because a swastika could be detected in John Squire's original painting. "Anyone who knows us knows we're not Nazis," explains Ian Brown in a Select interview, "but if some kid in Barcelona goes into a bar with a t-shirt on - Stone Roses, looking a bit like a swastika - ends up gettng stabbed. How would we feel then?" JUNE 3: Appearance at Feria De Nimes Festival in Spain cancelled because of it's bull-fighting connections. "We don't want a ritual slaughter as a support act," says a spokesman. JUNE 18: Official release of 'One Love' is delayed. The official line is that the cover art is not yet ready, although cynics believe that the band are prolonging the suspense to guarantee chart entry at number one. JUNE 21: Chicago (Cancelled) "America doesn't deserve us yet" - Ian Brown JUNE 22: New York (Cancelled) JUNE 25: 'One Love'/'Something's Burning' released. JUNE 29: Hollywood High School Gymnasium (Cancelled) JUNE 30: San Fransisco (Cancelled) JULY 11: The band pull out of an appearance on Wogan after a dispute over the length of their slot. The band want to be interviewed by Terry Wogan, but the BBC merely require a mimed performance of 'One Love'. The band refuse to appear. JULY 14: Sounds reports that rumours of the band trying to set up a gig in Beirut are true, but according to a spokesman, "logistically improbable." 'One Love' peaks at number 4. JULY 28: NME carries a picture of Mani with his new short haircut. Reni turns upto the opening of Central Station Design's exhibition in Manchester Art Gallery wearing a sou'wester and wading boots. Reports that he was armed with a chainsaw are never confirmed. AUGUST 22: The music press reports that Stone Roses have "left" their contract with Silvertone - poached by an as yet unnamed company. SEPTEMBER 15: Melody Maker reports that Silvertone have put an injunction on the band, preventing them from recording for another label. OCTOBER 5: Wolverhampton Crown Court. The Stone Roses are fined 3000 pounds each, plus 95 pounds costs, for the Revolver paint-throwing incident. Damages are deferred. The band are described by their defence as "four young men with an absessive regard for their music." NOVEMBER 16: Mani's 28th birthday. NOVEMBER 24: John Squire's 28th birthday. DECEMBER 1: The Young Telegraph informs us that "those crazy Manchester lads The Stone Roses have recently become golf addicts." The story is noticeably absent from other publications. DECEMBER 15: It is reported that the band have been involved in a food fight with The Mock Turtles at a festival in Spain. The chosen weapon? Squid. 1991 FEBRUARY 10: The Rumbelows League Cup semi-final first leg held played at Old Trafford. As fiesty carrot-haired Leeds United midfielder Gordon Strachan (formerly of Manchester United) goes flying ove some advertising hoardings, a disillusioned Mancunian fan in the crowd gobs at him. It is Mani - making an unexpected live TV comeback. FEBRUARY 20: Ian Brown's 20th birthday. FEBRUARY 23: The NME quotes insiders in The Stone Roses camp as saying the band now have enough new material to fill two LPs. MARCH 4-6: Silvertone try to have the 1988 contract with the band declared enforceable, and seek an injunction to stop the group recording for any other company. The interim injunction stays in place pending the outcome of the case. MARCH 18-22: The band appear in the Law Courts in The Strand, London, to hear the testimony of Geoffrey Howard, their solicitor at the time of signing the Silvertone deal. Later in the week, the band's lawyer, John Kennedy, reports that they had been offered 4 million dollars to sign for Geffen Records. Rumours of a Roses summer concert start. MARCH 23: Melody Maker reports Ian Brown saying that if the case went against them the band would give up music and go on the dole. MARCH 25-26: The band appear in court in connection with the Silvertone contract - although Reni is ill and can't attend. The reasons behind the band's non-appearance on Wogan in July '89 are discussed. It's revealed in court that Roses manager Gareth Evans' real name is Ian Bromley. He changed it while working at Vidal Sassoon's in the '60s. APRIL 10: Reni's 27th birthday.
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