The Stone Roses (Silvertone)

A regular topper of best-British-albums-ever surveys, the Stone Roses’ debut album gets a 20th-anniversary reissue this week.

It hasn’t aged well.

The shimmery pop of She Bangs The Drums and Waterfall carry a certain period charm; Fools Gold retains an appealing groove.

But the tinny production and Ian Brown’s terrible vocals don’t do the spotty material any favours; newcomers may wonder what the fuss is all about.