Reminded of his time fronting the Stone Roses, singer Ian Brown stops and sighs. “I often think they were the best days, them early days,” Brown tells Time Off magazine. “We’d played together for so long that we were really, really tight. I think that’s why we were so successful when we did break through. But yeah, I am proud of what we achieved. There’s not a lot of culture here [in England], y’know. Like, tea comes from China, y’know what I mean? We were able to contribute something to the culture here. Not many people can say that.”
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