The Rolling Stones Exile On Main Street Album
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|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 05/12/1972
Tracks in Exile On Main Street: Rocks Off, Rip This Joint, Shake Your Hips, Casino Boogie, Tumbling Dice, Sweet Virginia, Torn And Frayed, Sweet Black Angel, Loving Cup, Happy, Turd On The Run, Ventilator Blues, I Just Want To See His Face, Let It Loose, All Down The Line, Stop Breaking Down, Shine A Light, Soul Survivor
Exile On Main Street Album Tracklist:
- Rocks Off Lyrics
- Rip This Joint Lyrics
- Shake Your Hips Lyrics
- Casino Boogie Lyrics
- Tumbling Dice Lyrics
- Sweet Virginia Lyrics
- Torn And Frayed Lyrics
- Sweet Black Angel Lyrics
- Loving Cup Lyrics
- Happy Lyrics
- Turd On The Run Lyrics
- Ventilator Blues Lyrics
- I Just Want To See His Face Lyrics
- Let It Loose Lyrics
- All Down The Line Lyrics
- Stop Breaking Down Lyrics
- Shine A Light Lyrics
- Soul Survivor Lyrics
Stones explore four sides of r&b | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/26/10
Being sixteen at the time of its initial release I saved up the three pounds something and bought this amazing album. The thundering intro of Rocks Off is still capable of blowing you away. For me it has to be Let It Loose to name one of many on this set. I only just discovered that some tracks were left off making me wonder what other gems have gone unheard. Its ironic that producer Jimmy Miller was around at the same time as Mick Taylor when their best work was made. It seems exile and drugs brought out the best in them.
It's a gas, gas, gas! | Reviewer: Lucas Madigan | 12/7/05
Although it's considered the greatest album of their career, Exile On Mainstreet is sadly weighed down by country songs ("Sweet Virginia", "Torn And Frayed"); other than that, such rockers as "Rocks Off", "Rip This Joint", "Tumbling Dice", and Keith Richards' "Happy" rank among the Stones' all-time best.
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