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Let It Loose - The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. (Vinyl, LP, Album)


8 thoughts on “ Let It Loose - The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Tazahn says:
    Critics later reassessed Exile on Main St favourably, and by the late s it had become viewed as the Rolling Stones' greatest album. In retrospect, Janovitz called it "the greatest, most soulful, rock & roll record ever made" because it seamlessly distills "perhaps all the essential elements of rock & roll up to , if not beyond".
  2. Nikus says:
    The Rolling Stones are obviously one of the greatest rock bands. Exile On Main St. is one of the crown jewels of their discography. So if you are going to do a deluxe package - it should indeed be DELUXE. Adding a ishmin version of the "Stones in Exile" DVD vs. the later released min DVD is in poor taste and really sort of a ripoff to fans.
  3. Megar says:
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  4. Voodoogor says:
    "Let It Loose" is a song by the Rolling Stones which was released as the last song on side three of their double album Exile on Main St.
  5. Moogum says:
    Mar 17,  · Sides Three and Four are similar, except that "ROLLING STONES RECORDS" is stacked on top of the ST-RS I'm not a vinyl guy, so I have no idea what all this means, but I think that this sounds great. Far from being "sludge", most of it is nice and warm and certain cuts (Torn & Frayed, Let it Loose, Loving Cup) are wonderfully open and airy.
  6. Gukinos says:
    Exile on Main St. is a studio album by English rock band the Rolling Stones. It was first released as a double album on by Rolling Stones Records and was the band's tenth studio album released in the United Kingdom.
  7. Goltizilkree says:
    The Rolling Stones have had many peaks, with ’s offering ‘Exile On Main Street’, that peak reached a quite remarkable height. The album is so good, that it highly benefits from the fact there are no clear and obvious singles. In fact it can be almost impossible trying to pin point the stand out tracks/5().
  8. Samugar says:
    “Let it Loose” is Exile on Main St.’s longest song, at A gospel blues ballad that has never been played live by the band, some of the lyrics were ‘lifted’ from A Man of Constant.

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