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The Rolling Stones were formed in London in April 1962 by Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica), Ian Stewart (piano), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica, guitar), and Keith Richards (guitar, vocals). Bassist Bill Wyman and drummer Charlie Watts completed the early line-up. R&B and blues cover songs dominated the Rolling Stones' early material, but their repertoire has always included rock ... Read more in Amazon's The Rolling Stones Store

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  • DVD Audio (4 Oct. 2013)
  • Please Note: This is a DVD-Audio disc which is playable on most DVD players as well as all DVD-Audio players.
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Polydor (Universal)
  • ASIN: B00ETIT5IW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (194 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,887 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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201 of 218 people found the following review helpful By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
Following an album like 1971's magnificent "Sticky Fingers" was always going to be a tall order - but The Stones did it with swagger and panache. "Exile On Main St" was released 12 May 1972 as a 2LP set on Rolling Stones Records COC 69100 in the UK and on COC 2-2900 in the USA. It reached the coveted number 1 spot on both sides of the pond - and like The Beatles "White Album" before it - is a flawed and sprawling thing but considered by most to be a masterpiece nonetheless. And this fabulous Expanded 2CD Reissue/Remaster is only going to cement that legendary reputation even more. Here are the big red rubber lips, double entendres and three balls in a man's mouth...

Released 17 May 2010 - "Exile On Main St." by THE ROLLING STONES on Rolling Stones/Polydor 273 429-5 (Barcode 602527342955) breaks down as follows:

Disc (67:18 minutes):
1. Rocks Off
2. Rip This Joint
3. Shake Your Hips
4. Casino Boogie
5. Tumbling Dice
6. Sweet Virginia [Side 2]
7. Torn And Frayed
8. Sweet Black Angel
9. Loving Cup
10. Happy [Side 3]
11. Turd On The Run
12. Ventilator Blues
13. I Just Want To See His Face
14. Let It Loose
15. All Down The Line [Side 4]
16. Stop Breaking Down
17. Shine A Light
18. Soul Survivor

Disc 2 (41:12 minutes):
1. Pass The Wine (Sophia Loren)
2. Plundered My Soul
3. I'm Not Signifying
4. Following The River
5. Dancing In The Light
6. So Divine (Aladdin Story)
7. Loving Cup - Alternate Take
8. Soul Survivor - Alternate Take
9. Good Time Women
10. Title 5

Disc 1 has the full double-album compliment of 18 tracks while Disc 2 is a new 10-track mixture of previously unreleased outtakes and alternate versions.
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64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By F. Bunnik on 23 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
although the music is great, this version is absurd. The remaster is compressed therefore the dynamics in the sound are gone. If you want it on cd, get the one issued by Virgin. 7 of the 10 bonus tracks have recently been overdubbed, thus making them sound like the present day Stones.

I bought the vinyl version of this album and the vinyl sounds great. The real bummer is the dvd however. Just 30 minutes long. With extracts from Stones in Exile. That 151 minute film will be released on dvd in June while it should have been included with this box set.

De yourself a favour, get the vinyl version if you want this remaster and be smart and but the dvd next month (should you want it) and get more value for your money!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fox in the Box on 11 July 2013
Format: Audio CD
This shall be a review of the 2010 Deluxe Edition Reissue of The Rolling Stones album, 'Exile on Main St'.

First of all, I would just like to say that this album is brilliant, absolutely brilliant stuff. Like many reviewers have said here, this album is considered the Stones' best. Being totally honest, I cannot say for certain whether or not that is the case. After all, can anyone? What I will say is this: if you're looking for an album that is full of top-class songs that leave their mark, then this is definitely the album for you.

In terms of the songs, I have to say that I really like them all. I would easily class every song as a 'grower', just my opinion there. However, my personal favourites on this one are 'Tumbling Dice', 'Sweet Virginia' (absolute bliss!), 'Let it Loose' and 'Sole Survivor'. Having said that, it is necessary to reiterate that every song on this album is a 'grower' and that makes it a very enjoyable album to listen to.

There is one problem though, despite all of the above. The problem has to do with the sound of this reissue. Overall, I have to say that it is not bad, but it is not too good, either. This is especially the case where Jagger's vocals are concerned. In some select tracks, the man is barely audible at all! Furthermore, there is no lyrics included in the 'Exclusive 12 Page Booklet', which makes the situation much worse, as far as I'm concerned.

Moving on slightly, the 10 previously unreleased tracks are absolutely fantastic. Again, just like the studio album, I like most to all of them, with the exception of 'Title 5', a studio jam. Funnily though, the sound on the bonus disc mops the floor with that of the studio album, which is, arguably, the one that is meant to sound better in the first place.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Red on Black TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
Whether or not "Exile on Main Street" is the greatest Rolling Stones album seems to this humble reviewer to completely miss the point. Good cases can be made for the wonders of "Sticky Fingers" containing some of their strongest songs, the arrogant strut of "Beggars Banquet" with its wonderful cover and then there is "Let it Bleed" an album which opens with "Gimme Shelter" and closes with "You Cant Always Get What You Want" which must have a fair call upon the crown. The point being that while "Exile" has stiff competition from within many of the wider works of the Stones its primary claim is that it is by far the most influential album conceived by the Glimmer Twins and possibly one of the most important rock albums ever. Get hold of a copy of Wilco's "Being there", Whiskeytown's "Strangers Almanac", The Clash's "London Calling" and even Springsteen's "the River" and "Exile" influences are all over them like a rash. That is not forgetting of course albums which are almost pay direct homage to the Rolling Stones 1972 master-work most notably Primal Scream's "Give Out But Don't Give Up", Green on Red's "Here come the snakes" and a large part of the collective output of Aerosmith, Afghan Whigs and a host of other bands.

What the Stones managed to "bottle" here was taking the double album format, infusing it with a shambolic charm and making their amalgam of country blues rock the template for rock music in the same way that Dylan's "Blonde on blonde" did for a generation of singer songwriters. Indeed both double albums could be distant relatives sharing a timeless quality which is hard to define but which is inculcated with a ramshackle quality and also an authentic experimentation combined with a devil may care attitude.
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