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Old 09-24-18, 03:16 PM
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Let It Bleed should be played loud!!!!

right now!!!
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Why?
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Why?
It’s a catchy tune. Makes you want to snap your fingers and do the bunny hop.
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Great album but I thought maybe something had happened. That's all.
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You got the silver, you got the gold........
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If memory serves (I sold all my vinyl 15 years ago), Sticky Fingers actually had "Play it loud!" written on the jacket.
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Old 09-27-18, 03:19 AM
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hard knox and durty sox. play it loud. esp trax 1, 6 and 8. gimm(i)e shelter, midnight rambler and monkey man. i wish the stones had saved stray cat blues for this album...
my big question is if this is their 2nd or 3rd best all-time album. can't take it over sticky fingers. the iconic songs better than the boozy drugged vibe of exile??

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Yeah, my favorite Stones album may still be Exile. Sticky Fingers and Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! live albums come very close to my #1 .

I still enjoy Beggar's Banquet, Satanic Majesty's Request, Let it Bleed, Some Girls, Tattoo You and the vastly underrated Dirty Work. What makes Dirty Work so great is it's mostly Keith's album and simmering with pent up resentment over unresolved conflicts with Jagger, which Keith acknowledged was his own fault for being drugged up for years while Jagger carried the band. So if real life drama counts for anything in creative endeavors, Dirty Work was their last great album.

After that it was mostly a business.
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^definitely a business after some girls. dirty work has a few good songs. prefer steel wheels to dirty work a little bit more. last truly great original album was some girls.
is there another song that is semi-comparable to "miss you?" so many styles involved. a total shape-shifter. i love exactly half of tattoo you but it's mostly reworked/unreleased material
from the previous decade. ends up being really really essential tho.
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Yeah, my favorite Stones album may still be Exile. Sticky Fingers and Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! live albums come very close to my #1 .

I still enjoy Beggar's Banquet, Satanic Majesty's Request, Let it Bleed, Some Girls, Tattoo You and the vastly underrated Dirty Work. What makes Dirty Work so great is it's mostly Keith's album and simmering with pent up resentment over unresolved conflicts with Jagger, which Keith acknowledged was his own fault for being drugged up for years while Jagger carried the band. So if real life drama counts for anything in creative endeavors, Dirty Work was their last great album.

After that it was mostly a business.
gyyyo!'s versions of midnite rambler, live with me and stray cat blues all shred.
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Yeah, my favorite Stones album may still be Exile. Sticky Fingers and Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! live albums come very close to my #1 .

I still enjoy Beggar's Banquet, Satanic Majesty's Request, Let it Bleed, Some Girls, Tattoo You and the vastly underrated Dirty Work. What makes Dirty Work so great is it's mostly Keith's album and simmering with pent up resentment over unresolved conflicts with Jagger, which Keith acknowledged was his own fault for being drugged up for years while Jagger carried the band. So if real life drama counts for anything in creative endeavors, Dirty Work was their last great album.

After that it was mostly a business.
i can't poke a hole in that argument. por mi, it's just a feeling of that particular day. sticky fingers usually reigns supreme for me but exile satisfies just the same. made a playlist mixing in both albums and it's a blessing.
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Beggars banquet, let it bleed, sticky fingers, exile, what a run, all produced by jimmy miller
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