Second Coming If the critically lauded British Stone Roses seems dated, you might blame it on the six-year gap between Second Coming and their self-titled debut. Having… Second Coming If the critically lauded British Stone Roses seems dated, you might blame it on the six-year gap between Second Coming and their self-titled debut. Having… The Stone Roses
Music Review

Second Coming (1995)

EW's GRADE
B-

Details Lead Performance: The Stone Roses

If the critically lauded British Stone Roses seems dated, you might blame it on the six-year gap between Second Coming and their self-titled debut. Having spawned Manchester's acid-house scene, the band here wavers from the laconic but catchy, to mutedly unmemorable to energetically techno. An oddly alluring cross between the Allman Brothers and INXS, without the former's strong rhythm section or the latter's pop hooks. B-

Originally posted Jan 20, 1995 Published in issue #258 Jan 20, 1995 Order article reprints
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