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Posted: 8/16/2012 1:29:10 AM
Exile
Sticky Fingers
Let it Bleed
Beggars Banquet
Some Girls
England's Newest  (1st Album)
Aftermath
Only Rock N Roll
Black N Blue (under rated , original album cover that got pulled was contreversial and awesome)

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Posted: 8/16/2012 4:26:33 PM
And yes Woody sucks couldn't hold Mick Taylor's pic
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Posted: 8/22/2012 5:43:40 PM

Sticky Fingers the album had a real zipper on the front cover.

My number one for sure! I love Exile, Some Girls and Let it Bleed. Sticky Fingers is the Stones at their greatest for me.

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Posted: 8/26/2012 10:08:26 PM
EXILE ON MAIN ST   

And hey I know opinions vary but Stones are the greatest 'rock n' roll' band of all time, ever will be. Just the way they pulled it off, replacing a great musician like Brian Jones with Mick f'ing Taylor and then rip off the run they had. Even a great portion of the stuff before and after 68-74 is untouchable. Some Girls and yea I cannot listen to Start Me Up again but most of Tattoo You is as good as it gets when ya think that its basically leftovers from the 70's. Also maybe I'm a bit biased I guess because they pretty much recorded the soundtrack of my life, I sometimes catch myself lookin' around for Martin Scorsese     I can't imagine how the billions of people that lived their entire lives before 1962 without the Stones man.

Besides who the hell else ya gonna put up on the comparison block?? The media joked with Keith Richards croaking after the whole 27 Club was going strong with Janis, Jim, Jimi and Brian. They didn't even think the guy would make it to 1980 and he's still breathing!! Even 32 years after that. Like Ozzy said You Can't Kill Rock n' Roll  

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Posted: 9/5/2012 9:55:26 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by StevenGA1011:

EXILE ON MAIN ST   

And hey I know opinions vary but Stones are the greatest 'rock n' roll' band of all time, ever will be. Just the way they pulled it off, replacing a great musician like Brian Jones with Mick f'ing Taylor and then rip off the run they had. Even a great portion of the stuff before and after 68-74 is untouchable. Some Girls and yea I cannot listen to Start Me Up again but most of Tattoo You is as good as it gets when ya think that its basically leftovers from the 70's. Also maybe I'm a bit biased I guess because they pretty much recorded the soundtrack of my life, I sometimes catch myself lookin' around for Martin Scorsese     I can't imagine how the billions of people that lived their entire lives before 1962 without the Stones man.

Besides who the hell else ya gonna put up on the comparison block?? The media joked with Keith Richards croaking after the whole 27 Club was going strong with Janis, Jim, Jimi and Brian. They didn't even think the guy would make it to 1980 and he's still breathing!! Even 32 years after that. Like Ozzy said You Can't Kill Rock n' Roll  


Well said stevie. the boys are gearing up fOr the last Tour can't wait
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Posted: 9/10/2012 11:00:33 AM

I tell you some of there latter albums rock also great keith tracks on steel wheels   and bridges to babylon.50th tour 2nites only here in the states they say,of course here in NY the mecca,and 2 in London..

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Posted: 10/9/2012 5:04:22 PM

Ya Yas and the cover of Chuck Berry's 'Carol'.

Pure rock and roll..

 Love Exile and Sticky fingers still have the orig albums and others..Saw them in NYC in 1975 at the Garden and I was freaking 17..It was an event,not like your usual concerts..Freaking Stones live.

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Posted: 10/14/2012 11:16:20 AM
Exile
Let it Bleed
Some Girls
Sticky Fingers
Beggars Banquet

All are probably in my top 50 albums of all time.....well at least the first 4.

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Posted: 11/26/2012 6:55:56 PM
the Mick Taylor era was the best....by far.
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Posted: 12/7/2012 9:26:56 PM
Read Keith Richards book "life". that will give everyone real good insight as to what was happening during the recording of all their great albums. Exile is the best, but record collectors really like goat heads soup, which i do also, Angie is the hit on that one. Man those dudes did a lot of drugs and screwed a lot of euro models. I would trade my gambling life for that in a second!!
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