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Ian Brown Albums
Ripples is the seventh studio album by English singer Ian Brown, and produced by himself. The album was initially set to be released on 1 March 2019, but soon after the album's release date was brought forward to 1 February 2019.
The album's release was announced on 25 October 2018 with the release of the first single "First World Problems". A music video was released to promote the single and the album. The video shows Brown cycling by a canal on a bike similar to the one seen in the F.E.A.R. music video. In the video, Brown is seen wearing a sweatshirt with the words “I know the truth and I know what you’re thinking” on the back, a reference to the Stone Roses song "Fools Gold". Throughout the video, Brown plays on several instruments, including guitars, bass, drums, bongos, and a cabasa. Towards the end of the video, Brown rides the bike past a wall decorated with the Manchester bee, and at the end, throws a pink Stratocaster from a bridge into the canal below. The Stratocaster is seen floating in the water before the video fades to black. This album is Brown's first album for a decade since his previous album My Way.
Schubert: Trout Quintet; Shepherd on the Rock
My Way is the sixth solo album by British artist Ian Brown. The album was released on 28 September 2009. The album's lead single "Stellify" was released on 21 September 2009. In an interview with XFM Manchester he claimed that the song was originally written for Rihanna, but he realised he had created "a great sound" so claimed the track for himself.
The second single "Just Like You" was released on 30 November 2009. This was Brown's final album for a decade, until his comeback with his 2019 album, Ripples.
The World Is Yours
The World is Yours is the fifth solo album by Ian Brown, released on 15 October 2007.
In making the album, Brown enlisted the help of The Smiths and Happy Mondays bassists Andy Rourke and Paul Ryder respectively. He also sought the services of Paul McCartney to play bass on one of the tracks, but failed as McCartney was too busy at the time. Meanwhile, Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones and drummer Paul Cook appeared on the album.Sinead O Connor also sings on Illegal Attacks and Some Folks Are Hollow
"Illegal Attacks" was released as the album's first single, on 8 October 2007, and was a contentious track, dealing head-on with the political issues of the day. The opening notes of the song are plucked softly in arpeggios, which are juxtaposed with the confrontational opening line, "What the fuck is this UK?" The song then pulses with an ominous, grinding cello, and culminates with Ian Brown pleading earnestly for the return of British soldiers to their homeland:
"Soldiers, soldiers come home, Soldiers come home",
The single was described by NME as another example of Ian Brown's "godlike genius...an unforgettable plea to world leaders to 'Cop the fook on.'"
Solarized is the fourth solo album released by Ian Brown, the former lead singer of The Stone Roses. The album was first released in the United Kingdom on 13 September 2004.
Music of the Spheres
Music of the Spheres is the third solo album released by Ian Brown, the ex-frontman of The Stone Roses. It is noted for its minimalist song structures with tracks like "Hear No See No" and "El mundo pequeño", sung in Spanish.
Highlights on this album include "F.E.A.R.", where the first letters of each word in a stanza spell out the song title. For example, "For each a road" and "Fallen empires are running". Other standout tracks include "Stardust" and "Northern Lights". The song "Whispers" won Muso's 2002 award for Best Single. The Canadian edition of the album omits Track 5, "Hear No See No".
Golden Greats is the second solo album released by Ian Brown, a first made famous by his role as frontman in The Stone Roses. Despite the title, the album is not a compilation, but rather, a studio album. It was described by NME as "a left-field masterpiece and Brown's best work for a decade", contains soaring sonic textures and electronic dance beats; it is less song-oriented than Unfinished Monkey Business. Golden Greats showcases a diverse usage of instruments including strings, mellotron and organs. A number of the tracks on the album were written by Brown whilst he was imprisoned for two months following a fracas with a flight attendant.
Track 10, "Babasónicos", is the name of an actual Argentine band that collaborated with Brown on the song.
Unfinished Monkey Business
Unfinished Monkey Business is the debut solo album by Ian Brown released in February 1998 via Polydor Records. The album was self-financed and produced by Brown, and was his first album release since the break-up of The Stone Roses in October 1996. Ex-Roses members Mani, Nigel Ipinson, Aziz Ibrahim and Robbie Maddix helped pen and perform the instruments on many of the album's tracks. "Ice Cold Cube", which premiered at The Stone Roses final concert, was first released on this album.
Remixes Of The Spheres
Remixes of the Spheres is a collection of mixes, live versions and unreleased B-sides by former lead singer of the Stone Roses, Ian Brown. The album reworks many tracks from his third album, Music of the Spheres. UNKLE, Nightmares on Wax and Freelance Hellraiser were among the collaborators on this album.
From Chaos to Harmony
First World Problems (Edit)
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