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6 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Revisited for the first time in a good few weeks and enjoyed just as much as those magic initial listenings. This one definitely has staying power, a great Stones album in my opinion. Total immersion in Stones DVDs this weekend also - Hampton '81, L&G '72, Tokyo '90. Salt Lake City '05. Anticipating the release of the Wiltern show in just a few weeks. 'A Life In
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24 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotefrankotero Another question to attach here, does the Gimme Shelter store still exist? I remember lots of great stores in the 80s/90s. I remember the Gimme Shelter store in Tokyo! Was there in 2008 or so; took a while to locate it that day, and we were in a rush to see Megadeth that evening. Finding it was wonderful though - lots of cool stuff. Bought postcards, book or two, a few CD's
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4 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Maybe Hackney Diamonds, then Steel Wheels, Bridges to Babylon, Voodoo Lounge, A Bigger Bang, Dirty Work
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6 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteRip This this is a WOW! Certainly is! Loved almost every archive release since these began over a decade ago. Having the full Wiltern will be wonderful!
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I've come to really enjoy the Wheels tour and the Flashpoint album. In the 90s discovering the band I sought out the boots of proshots from the 70s, films like 'Gimme Shelter', and loved the Babylon tour. Urban Jungle was slicker than both Babylon & Voodoo tours. Over the years though, and in particular shows like Tokyo, Atlantic City, the London 7th July CD, the tours majes
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
On this one we differ Voodoo, I see your point but for me the modern touch would be a plus. It must have been like for fans in '78 hearing the new wave, punk & disco flavoured 'Some Girls'. Modern at that time, but still identifiably Stones (same for ER & TY). Again in '89, just for another example - 'Steel Wheels' was very produced, and many still prefer
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Ordered 'Sucking in the Seventies' from JPC. Postage to Ireland from Amazon was being quoted as €30; I'm sure I could combine items but I really only want SITS. JPC offered it for €5 shipping. SITS is perhaps my favourite compilation - there is just something about it with it's wonderful mix of outtakes, radio edits, and live. The AllMusic review nails it, it sums up the
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteVoodooLounge13 QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteVoodooLounge13 I hear a new album might be forthcoming. Hoping it’s light years better than Power Up, which for me was the worst Brian era album. I can’t even listen to it. A huge disappointment compared even to Rock Or Bust. Whut? That's hilarious. Post-FTATR, to my ears: Flick Of The Switch *** Fly On The Wall ** Blow Up Your Video
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
'Angry' tops the list of UltimateClassicRocks list of Top 30 Rock Tracks of the year
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteSighunt Boy, when i see this, how I would love to acquire a complete professionally shot 69 show of the Stones at the Garden before I leave this world. Such a shame that what's left over from what the Maysles filmed is just sitting in a vault somewhere gathering dust... I know, how we all wish we could see that footage. Knowing that there exists a full show (or shows, surely) from 196
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
We all hear things differently, that's the beauty of music. For die hards like us on the board, the weight of expectation is quite a hurdle for any album by the band, we'll sometimes critique it far more surgically than casual reviewers/listeners would. I posted a few days back I love the album, the expectation for me was not only met but surpassed. I don't think of any of it as
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
156k in UK alone in 9 weeks, and a second time atop the charts. Amazing. I love the album. It had a magic and a charm to it that first day - after 18 years since ABB - two days prior to release, shut myself off from the noise of the house, an ice cold Coke, good set of headphones - an hour plus, full album through, selected tracks repeated. Sounded so good, and for me its lost none of its cha
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Still love the song and even the remix. Mess It Up was a favourite from initial listening, still sounds great now. Deliciously groovy.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Love it, as I do the whole album. Black & Blue, the songs, the image, the aura around them at the time, the European tour in '76 - decadence indeed with some great songs. Hey Negrita, like Hot Stuff, is irresistible. Loved the version on the Knebworth boot even more than the studio version, both are mighty fine, funky Stones joints. Memory Motel, Fool To Cry; a pair of sublime bal
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteVoodooLounge13 Thanks all for confirming the non-existence of LIAGT on the back of the CD. Was hoping maybe I had something valuable! LOL Rather odd though, as the bonus tracks have been listed in the past. I had the very same thought when it first arrived - where was LIAGT!^ Not on the track listing, but indeed there on the Obi. First time I have seen a bonus track not getting a mention
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotewiredallnight I received the 2 CD set from Amazon.fr. Very nice to have the show also on CDs (the DVD/Bluray is already in the box, I don't need it again). Now we need also Paradiso and Brixton on CDs. It's such a great show, have it on here this evening. Is there a booklet with the CD version you got?
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
HD tops LouderSounds Top-50 Rock Albums of 2023 list
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Whole Wide World is rocking on this - the whole lot is good, definitely has a spark and magic to it, it's not '78 or '72 but it's quality rock'n'roll. Whole Wide World though I've had on 3 or 4 times already this afternoon. Ronnie channelling Neil Young/Crazy Horse on those solos (like the album version). May even prefer this to the studio version.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Thanks Irix, it's the live album version of Sweet Sounds I cant find - with the artwork of the new edition. The other 6 are all there, uploaded today.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Sounding really good actually, much better than the videos. Overdubs? Whatever, the guitars are nice and clear and raucous. The tracks are better than I was expecting. Can't seem to find 'Sweet Sounds' on YouTube, the other six are there though.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteHardRiffin Quotespikenyc Damon sounds a little jealous here? He should respect his elders! Absurd criticism! Damon what the @#$%& are you talking about?!!! I think the success of this album (especially in UK) has created a lot of envy! Sums it up, bit of envy there. Great post summing it up more by dcba above. Allow me quote: "60 years ago the band irated people w
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quoteironbelly Still with diskunion But here you will be forced to pay local Japanese VAT of 10%, local Japanese post (~450 JPY) and proxy service fee (500 JPY), and maybe something extra to proxy company before shipment to your location. Thus, the price would be ~1300JPY higher comparing to cdjapan. The listing for preorders was back at CDJapan and at Tower Japan earlier today. I pre ordere
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Japanese version of 2 CD Hackney Diamonds back for pre order on CDJapan. Like VoodooLounge13 wrote above, I'd normally only buy the album once; if the Japanese version had a bonus track that's the one I'd go for. This time I got the cassette aswell as it's just a nice collectible. CD/Bluray for the book, Japanese edition for bonus track. Standard CD I gave as gift to one of
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Thanks for that Ironbelly, I'll keep an eye to CDJapan & Amazon JP, if it comes up again - which I think is likely- I'll nab it for Xmas.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
HD Special Live Edition sold out in CD Japan. I had it in my cart, let it go to think about it (incl postage about 45 Euro), 20 mins later went back and stock was gone - am sure they'll get more, just a question of when. The Japanese editions are so collectible with the packaging - obi strip, SHM..etc.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Just in time for Xmas, sales bump. Do I purchase it again - I have the Japanese digipack version, the standard jewel case, the cassette, and the CD/Bluray box. A fifth copy? Likely will, hard to say no - extra CD, amended booklet. There'll be another version next year maybe with DVD, the remixes..etc. Will probably purchase that too lol Thankfully the album is great, 6 or so weeks�
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I received the cassette today also. Envelope thin, luckily cassette case was intact.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotespunky Still waiting for the Kidsuper cd and music cassette from the carnaby store. Same; ordered the cassette, looking forward to receiving it, eventually^
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteRockman Bad Gateway .... Great title for a song ... where's Mick ????? It was the original lyric to Streets o' Love I think: The awful truth, is really sad, The awful gateway, was awful bad
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
A real grower. Initially not one of the big hitters, but subsequent listens and I can't get enough of it! A highlight. The riff very reminiscent of Bigger Bangs 'Dangerous Beauty', the melody line definitely traces of 'Too Far Gone', but it is a marvellous track.
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