Stepping Stone (The Farm song)

Stepping Stone (The Farm Song)

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Stepping Stone (The Farm song)

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"Stepping Stone" was the first single by Liverpool-based pop group The Farm. It was based upon The Monkees' 1966 song " Steppin' Stone". The single was released in April 1990, having been produced by Graham "Suggs" McPherson of Madness and Terry Farley. It reached #58 on the UK charts.

The Monkees version had previously been covered by the Smack, Sex Pistols, Cardboard Brains, Johnny Thunders, Vicious White Kids, The Merton Parkas, Cryptic Slaughter, Kevin Kinney of Drivin' N' Cryin', and numerous Washington D.C. hardcore punk bands, including Minor Threat, Government Issue, Untouchables, and State of Alert. Brooklyn based punk band Consumer Feedback covers this song live very often. This track is also used as the basis of Irish band The Keepers's track "U & I Don't Belong" on their 2005 album Rock and Roll from the Lagan Delta.

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