The Stone Roses Sign Two Record Deals
Reformed Manc band ink contracts to release new material...
Things are coming up roses for Ian Brown, John Squire, Mani and Reni after the foursome reportedly signed deals this week that will make them millions.
As well as the already announced reunion gigs, it seems The Stone Roses will also be recording and releasing new material.
A spokesperson for the band said yesterday: "The Stone Roses are pleased to announce that they have signed a record contract with Universal Music in London and with Columbia Records in New York."
The Sun newspaper claims that they have already started laying down new tracks as they rehearse for their reunion gigs, which are taking place in Manchester and at a series of festivals next summer.
The band disintegrated in the mid 1990s following a series of critically panned gigs and strife between the band members.
But tickets for their reunion gigs sold out in just 14 minutes when they went on sale last month.