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Flyer for The International 2 listings for October - December 1988.
The Roses played on Saturday 19th November.
Artefact added : 5th June 2007
by cody
Tony/Longfella Says –
Just squinted and spotted The Sun and the Moon in this line up - 6th from bottom. They were formed by Mark Burgess and John Lever after the Chameleons split and should be added as a band and linked to, methinks. (Mat? Cody?)
cody Says –
I've added The Chameleons as a band link for the gig on Saturday 26th November, see Tony's comments above.
Tony/Longfella Says –
Really enjoying the stuff you're uploading, Cody.

It may be appropriate to link to the Chameleons, but I was meaning to add The Sun and the Moon as a band (which I've now done) so this can be linked to them. Cheers
Tony/Longfella Says –
This seems to be the only one of the several International 1&2 flyers to feature the Stone Roses-but they played the Int1 several times. Anyone got one of those flyers?

They played on a Friday night before Primal Scream on the Saturday in approx 87. Ian Brown came back the next night to catch them and sat on his own at the end of the bar. Maybe this was When Mani Met Bobby? Great gigs both - Ive written it up somewhere on here.
COMMENT ADDED 10th July 2007
cody Says –
Tony, the only other flyer at present for the Roses at the International is for the gig on 6th May '89, thats where you mentioned about Ian Brown & the Primal Scream gig.

The Roses played the International 4 times in '87 - 30th Jan, 30th May, 26th June & 13th Nov.
I've posted music press reviews up of the Jan, June & November gigs.
Keep searchin them dusty boxes, never know what might turn up!
COMMENT ADDED 10th July 2007
Idle Al Says –
The Iggy gig was fantastic. There is some badly shot footage on YouTube somewhere. He was supported by a band called the Seers....whatever happened to them?
COMMENT ADDED 10th May 2009
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