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Not Only The Reunion Concert, The Stone Roses Take 2 Album Contract

The Stone Roses decided to roll out the concerts and reunions. But now their plans grew. The Stone Roses had signed a two-record deal. Universal Records has made a contract with The Stone Roses for the UK and the world. While for the Americans, Ian Brown cost has gained a contract with Columbia Records, a subsidiary of Sony Music.

Reported by the NME, Monday (12/12/2011) The Stone Roses will start recording while you exercise to their concerts. New material has already started to put together by them. It is certain The Stone Roses will rake millions dollars to benefit from the new songs that they create. While demand for the stage band that consist of Ian (vocals), John Squire (lead guitar), Gary “Mani” Moorfield (bass) and Alan “Reni” Wren (drums) is still very high.

Three concerts in their hometown, Manchester, which will be held late next June has been the best-selling ticket. They have also been confirmed to appear in Spain, Scotland, Japan, Denmark as well as Sweden.

The Band was founded in 1983 and disbanded 1996, throughout their careers have only two albums. The first self-titled album was released in 1989 and the album ‘ Second Coming ‘ on December 5, 1994.

Even though it had only two albums, they simply reap the success of his day. They are the inspiration for many of the world’s major bands, including Oasis, that decided to split up last year because of a dispute between Liam and Noel Gallagher.

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