Bush ‘Sixteen Stone’

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Bush 'Sixteen Stone'

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“Sixteen Stone” is the debut studio album by British rock band Bush, released in 1994. The album features a mix of grunge, post-punk, and alternative rock influences, with heavy guitar riffs and raw, emotive vocals by frontman Gavin Rossdale. The album includes hit singles such as “Comedown” and “Glycerine”, which helped the band gain mainstream success and critical acclaim. “Sixteen Stone” was produced by Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley, who had previously worked with bands such as Madness and Elvis Costello. The album’s themes of love, loss, and alienation, as well as its energetic and authentic sound, resonated with audiences around the world and have made “Sixteen Stone” a classic of 90s rock music. The album has sold over six million copies worldwide and has been cited as a major influence by other bands in the alternative rock genre.

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