Wednesday, March 8, 2017

HUMP STONES DAY! - REVISITING THE HORROR KNOWN AS "SUCKING IN THE SEVENTIES" '73-'79 THE HORROR!

A black sheep among Stones compilation albums, some thoughtful song picks and editing make this one a thumbs up despite it's 1-lp length. Practically every song is an edited version or remix and highlights are Everything Is Turning To Gold, the B-side to Shattered and a Detriot 1978 version of When The Whip Comes Down, not available anywhere else but this album....The Horror!! 

Graded on a Curve: The Rolling Stones, Sucking in the Seventies - The Vinyl District

The Rolling Stones' Sucking in the Seventies: not only is it the most nakedly honest album title ever, it also proves that truth in advertising actually exists! But before we give the Rolling Stones any consumer honesty awards, it should be borne in mind that Sucking in the Seventies is a colossal act of hubris.

35 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Sum Up a Decade on 'Sucking in the Seventies'

The Rolling Stones didn't totally suck in the '70s. The decade started great for them, with Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main St. - released in 1971 and 1972, respectively - ranking as two of the band's (and music's, for that matter) best-ever albums. And their last LP of the '70s, , is really good too.

THE HORROR!!

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