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6 ***months ***ago
Witness
I am beginning to wonder if this album is for the future date, when the band at last cannot go on. If that is so, then they will leave us all with one final studio album as a last tribute to their audiences during the years.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteNikkei I would have sided with you on your moderate verdict, but then you had to bring Melody and Tops into it I fully understand your reaction. But I have so often thought likewise when songs of my own liking or even love are mentionned that way in thread after thread. This time I wanted to reverse the roles.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHairball Sterile and generic mediocrity - in other words crap. I find that verdict much too harsh. Almost no Stones song is crap. (If any, maybe "Melody" and "Tops" are.) However, I experience "Mixed Emotions" as a moderate song in a highly moderate album within the measure of their great career.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Also I have been much fascinated by songs from the four albums of Mazzy Star, A very sad loss!
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7 ***months ***ago
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At the moment the largely unchanged setlists make me not want to see the Stones live too often. Maybe I have seen them in concert for the last time. However, if I could obtain two or three songs from a possibly new studio album into setlists, I would so much want to attend a Rolling Stones concert again. Alternatively, also with unchanged setlists, but with Mick Taylor on stage through all son
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMadMax Well if ya like sh*tty student muzak like radiohead and nick cave it's obvious you can't get The Stones. It's the rules I guess. The Stones are A CLASS ACT and the ONLY LEGENDS (almost) left standing. Nonetheless, as myself, with an outspring as fan in the Brian Jones era, quite often loving other Stones songs than the majority of posters here, I am one, who do like
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHairball Quotempj200 No. They just haven’t been happy with all the songs. Some of them have already been release by Mick solo as Keith didn’t like them. Ronnie is just being honest. Quotekeithsman QuoteHairball "as you know, the Stones never make an album overnight" And they've never made one that has taken 15 years either! FINALLY SOMEONE ELSE SEES IT. 15 years
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7 ***months ***ago
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Maybe the best way to start loving the Rolling Stones live is not to approach by the live music of the Mick Taylor era, but rather of the Brian Jones era. The ecstatic dimension about their music that you may experience from then.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Quotescaffer Oakland '69 from 'Liv'R Than You'll Ever Be.' To give some idea of the power of that particular rendition, consider that Mick himself told the crowd following the song, 'Got right carried away with it!' Out of those versions that I have heard, I do so much agree with this earlier post!
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7 ***months ***ago
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Trying with the employ of my phone to use parts of this original post here in a a new post, I clumsily ended up changing the original post. I may use almost the exact words that I have used before. Myself I belong to a possibly very small minority on this forum that would very much have liked to obtain the apparently eclectic albums REJECTS vol 1, REJECTS vol 2 and REJECTS vol 3. Perhaps a
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteSomeGuy It's a pity we don't hear the women on this site on this issue (as far as I can tell). I will help Bjornulf close this thread now: there's a number of people here who should never ever again raise their voice against Donald Trump, or Jeffrey Epstein, or they will prove to be hypocrites. The "we're not worthy, we're not worthy" attitude, condon
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7 ***months ***ago
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To me WANDERING SPIRIT was Mick Jagger doing a Rolling Stones album, even a superb one, as a solo effort. That fact constitutes my only objection to it. Because as such, it makes me strangely and somehow disturbingly miss the band, despite its, in my opinion, very fine song material.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Well, well, but in my view it is the other album in the comparison here that I find , if I may use your words, critically overrated and TALK IS CHEAP not. And my attitude to that former album really has never changed from the days when I wondered after its release if it was sadly all over. At least, I later obtained UNDERCOVER as an album of greatness in my estimation.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Fats Domino "Blueberry Hill"
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7 ***months ***ago
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In contrast to most posters: Worried About You 6/10 Tops ÷1/10 (yes, confirmed, it is a minus one) Heaven 6,5/10 No Use In Crying 8,5/10 Waiting On A Friend 10/10 How I Wish 8,5/10 Rockawhile 9/10 Whip It Up 8/10 Locked Away 9/10 It Means A Lot 8/10 A fairer comparison for TATTOO YOU I regard for instance STEEL WHEELS to be. Later added: I consider TALK IS CHEAP as the best Ro
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteKRiffhard QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteKRiffhard QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteKRiffhard QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteKRiffhard QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteKRiffhard I have the same 'problem' with Breakin' and How i Wish!! That has to be an early version of what became How I Wish - they are practically the same. I'm not so sure It's in the same ke
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8 ***months ***ago
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I know nothing about those two groups. I probably never will. I cannot see a reason to do so. Why then write this? Because, not being an OT, I quickly looked for any link to the Stones. But there were not any.
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8 ***months ***ago
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I belong to the minority here that listened to these two albums when they were released, that is, in that order towards albums to follow, whereas many posters probably heard their '68-'72 studio output before. In fact, myself I did not became Stones fan from one day to another, but rather as a drawn out process over a couple of years. In that respect, BETWEEN THE BUTTONS was a vital
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8 ***months ***ago
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Treacle, do you mean that you are in the dark?
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8 ***months ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers QuoteWitness Quoteryanpow QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteryanpow QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteryanpow How is this even a question? Sure IORR has its strong points, but it's not even close to EOMS. It's not a question. There is a question being posed on a certain level. Consider the source! To put it in another way, I am one, who find that these were strange albums
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8 ***months ***ago
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Spiritualized " The Straight And the Narrow" from their 4th album LET IT COME DOWN.
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8 ***months ***ago
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Quoteryanpow QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteryanpow QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteryanpow How is this even a question? Sure IORR has its strong points, but it's not even close to EOMS. It's not a question. There is a question being posed on a certain level. Consider the source! To put it in another way, I am one, who find that these were strange albums to select for a comparison. Not i
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8 ***months ***ago
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The realistic discussion, however, will be the Vaults Release thread of the long lost and never released album of recorded Rolling Stones songs during 2016 - 2022. In addition, 10 songs with the mystifying working title England Lost, part 2. The former said to comprise material enough for three oldfashioned socalled vinyl albums. The latter are rumoured to be songs Vetoed by Keith from that s
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8 ***months ***ago
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(Double post.)
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8 ***months ***ago
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To me VOODOO LOUNGE is the third consecutive album that the three of them constitute a relative and to some extent also an absolute slump in their studio career. A couple of songs more or less "Stones -by-numbers", some OK songs, but not much more, however, two songs that I really like: Obviously "Love Is Strong" and, possibly surprising, "Sweethearts Together".
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8 ***months ***ago
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I use deardoctor's set up. For instance the following: UNDERCOVER 1. Undercover 10*/10 (reads as 10 plus one star) 2. She was hot 10/10 3. Tie you up 10/10 4. Wanna hold you 7,5/10 5. Feel on baby 8,5/10 6. Too much blood 9/10 7. Pretty beat up 8,5/10 8. Too tough 8,5/10 9 All the way down 8,5/10 10. It must be hell 8,5/10 STEEL WHEELS 1. Sad sad sad 6,5/10 2. Mixed emotio
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9 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet UNDERCOVER over STEEL WHEELS by an EXILE ON MAIN STREET canyon. With U, they weren't yer daddy's or grampa's Rolling Stones - they were truly different, invigorated, creative, they challenged themselves and the fans. It was absolutely new. With SW is was Stones by the numbers 'We're back' blandness... with some highlights. WOW, GasLightSt
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9 ***months ***ago
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I have always liked this song. If given the question of naming only the two best songs of IORR, I will not be able to mention "Time Waits for No One". Because for so long as I can remember, the two best songs for me have always been "Fingerprint File" AND " If You Really Want to Be My Friend". Why the latter? Answer: Because of the song's and its delivery�
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9 ***months ***ago
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A completely uneven match of albums! To me UNDERCOVER is the Stones latest great album and, besides, is the final album of the last peak period of their studio career. In some way a peak period even with a certain continuity through its albums. . STEEL WHEELS, again to me, simply does not belong to their great albums, but instead with the preceding and the following album constitutes a comp
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9 ***months ***ago
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However, in the way EXILE ON MAIN STREET is less easily approachable than, say, LET IT BLEED, that rest of songs of UNDERCOVER, which in reality are quite within classic Stones boundaries, might still be seen as quite demanding as to their approachability. And this comes on top of the modern-sounding Stones elements, that many must have been unfamiliar with. So GasLightStreet's descripti
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