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Turns Into Stone (album) by The Stone Roses

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Turns Into Stone
Turns Into Stone by The Stone Roses (1992)
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Overall rank: 4,990th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 62 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 1992 (96th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (966th)
Award Best albums of all time (4,990th)

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The Stone Roses bestography

Turns Into Stone is ranked 3rd best out of 7 albums by The Stone Roses on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by The Stone Roses is The Stone Roses which is ranked number 29 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 56,021.

The Stone Roses album bestography « Higher ranked (1,369th) This album (4,990th) Lower ranked (7,576th) »
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77/100 (from 62 votes)
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They had it all at one point. Everything. Not sure how many bands could record something like where angles play and not have it make the album.
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Although it's only a compilation, and nowhere near as iconic and definitive as The Stone Roses, I still really love this album. It's classic Roses: twee and jangly, and I love that. There's so many tracks here which should have been on The Stone Roses but were replaced by better tracks. All in all, this is basically the excess of what should have been on The Stone Roses but wasn't as good in practical. So, it's just the same stuff but not as good. And I like that. (Don't know why Second Coming ranks higher on BEA, it's nowhere near as good as this album.)

Key tracks: Elephant Stone, Fools Gold, Where Angels Play, Mersey Paradise, Standing Here
Key lyric: 'Don't count your chickens, 'cos they're never gonna hatch. You can't catch a monkey with a shotgun and a sack.'
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The best compilation ever
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