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Exile on Main Street (Deluxe Edition - Includes 12 Page Booklet) Box set, Enhanced
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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, 17 May 2010
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The Rolling Stones' classic album Exile on Main Street--regarded as one of the greatest albums in rock'n'roll history and one of the most defining of the Stones’ catalogue-gets the well-deserved remastering and repackaging treatment. This deluxe edition comes in digipak packaging and includes the remastered 18-track album and also included is a 12-page booklet.
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Originally a double-vinyl release, EoMS is a mixed bag of musical styles with an energetic underlying rock-blues groove, shambolic and imperfect but very good overall. On first acquaintance it can sound a muddy, incoherent mess – really, that bad. But persist: repeated attentive listening is likely to win you over as the music reveals subtleties and hidden depths. It’s a true rock classic.
Mick Jagger is on record several times saying he doesn’t like EoMS for several reasons, his most common complaints being that the music turned out “too predictable” in style – i.e. not experimental enough – and that the production of the original album was sub-standard, with his vocals too far down in the mix.
He’s right about the vocals BTW; apart from this, the 1994 Virgin release is an improvement on the 1972 original. The 2010 remaster is liked by some, considered ‘compressed and too loud’ by others – but you do get 10 bonus tracks on a second CD. IMO we’re still awaiting the definitive mix of EoMS (Steven Wilson where are you?) and are currently sold short by the string of mediocre and less-than-perfect releases of this great classic available up to 2014.
This is a genuinely great album, although for some, including me it might take a while to appreciate it.
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