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Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street RIAA Certified Platinum! Click here to see this CD at Amazon.com!

By Steve Knopper

From the swaggering frustration in the first song ("I only get my rocks off while I'm sleeping," Mick Jagger sings in the hyper "Rocks Off"), the Stones speed through familiar neighborhoods of country, blues, and R&B on Exile. They never even bother to stop when they've crashed into something. They don't leap into new worlds so much as master the old ones, turning Slim Harpo's blues obscurity "Hip Shake" into a harp-and-piano steamroller and setting spines a-cracking in "Ventilator Blues." Both "Tumbling Dice" and Keith Richards's "Happy" have become hits, but the 1972 album is most notable for its overall murky adrenaline.

Tracks
1. Rocks Off10. Happy
2. Rip This Joint11. Turd On The Run
3. Shake Your Hips12. Ventilator Blues
4. Casino Boogie13. I Just Want To See His Face
5. Tumbling Dice14. Let It Loose
6. Sweet Virginia15. All Down The Line
7. Torn And Frayed16. Stop Breaking Down
8. Sweet Black Angel17. Shine A Light
9. Loving Cup18. Soul Survivor

 

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"I like it but Jagger's vocals seem a little drowned out by the music. I wish they had recorded it like the It's Only Rock'n Roll album."

--Anonymous

"The album's a complete mess, Keith, Mick Taylor, Bobby Keys and Glyn Johns were all saturated in heroin. The tracks recorded at Nellcote, near Villefranche, France were only saved by the mixing in LA in early '72, when Jagger and Richards did all the vocals. This album sucks. Buy "Let It Bleed" if you want a true representation of the band at its best. "

--Anonymous

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Artist: Rolling Stones

Released: May 12, 1972

Availability: CD, Vinyl

Awards:  Platinum


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