Ian Brown - Music of the Spheres Deluxe
NME.COM feature on Ian Brown - Music of the Spheres Deluxe album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 26 July 2005
Cosmic, man. Former >strong>Stone Rose continues erratic path...
The mysteries of our galaxy are many and unknowable but one thing is certain - the solar system doesn't jam. The planets do not noodle. The cosmos would never, ever be seen grooving . Yet whenever musicians explore the vast space that surrounds us, their narcissistic desire to mould the universe in their own image goes into overdrive and Jupiter and Neptune are somehow forced into...
- Sep 26, 2001
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- Stardust (Instrumental)
- Gravy Train
- Hear No See No
- Northern Lights (The Freelance Hellraiser Mix)
- Whispers (Album Version - The Greatest UK Bonus Track)
- Mundo Pequeño
- Forever And A Day (Greatest Hits Version)
- Shadow Of A Saint (The Boy Bierton Mix)
- Remixes of the Spheres: Stardust [Instrumental]
- Remixes of the Spheres: El Mundo Pequeno [Acoustic][Live]
- Remixes of the Spheres: F.E.A.R. [U.N.K.L.E. Instrumental]
Front row scuffles and tone deafness can’t daunt him. Madinat Arena, Dubai, Thursday, October 1
- Oct 15, 2009
Six solo albums in, and the reasons for that reunion appear to be getting ever fewer
- Sep 27, 2009
- Nov 23, 2007
The Stone Roses frontman will release 'Collected' on December 3
Ex-Stone Roses singer gives away new lyric - by allowing Bradford trickster to read his mind
Full-back tweets that Brown will 'sing the teams out'
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