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Exile On Main Street [Remastered] Original recording remastered
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This version of 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--includes the original 18 track album re-mastered. Also avalaible as a deluxe edition, featuring ten never-before-heard tracks from the Exile sessions, a Super Deluxe Box Set and on 12" Vinyl.
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Until now my Stones output has consisted of " Hot Rocks", " Rewind" & " Flashpoint". I tried getting into them with " Voodoo Lounge" when it first came out, which in hindsight was probably the wrong place to start, hence for many years i've avoided the Stones studio albums like the plague.
My mate was giving this away as he upgraded to the all singing & dancing new re-issue. It arrived this morning and it's now on it's 5th play!!.
The horns and total sleaziness of " Rocks Off" are worth the price of ten box sets alone!!. " Happy", " Shine a Light", " Casino Boogie", " Loving Cup" & " Let it Loose" are excellent. This is one of those very rare albums that glide effortlessly from start to finish. It would be very rude to switch it off mid flow.
Dirty, sleazy, direct classic rock from a band who were obviously loving making every second of it.
The extras to get us to buy again what many already own are a 10 track disc of songs some with modern vocals and other `touch ups' which while not enhancing the legacy certainly does not take away form the legacy of what is one of the Rolling Stones better albums. The booklet accompanying the deluxe edition could be a little more informative and I believe is full of mistakes regarding who plays on what songs, given that that information is on the original album sleeve and previous CD editions of this album.
A great album an OK deluxe edition. Fans should buy knowing that Stones quality control has not failed.