Music Matters
A Place for Music Fans!


It's no use comparing Stones albums toExile on Main St.anymore; the world's greatest rock & roll band clearly substitutes finances for passion these days. But compared to, say, Soul Asylum or the Black Crowes, the band still produces worthwhile records--"Flip the Switch," "Out of Control," and the closing Keith Richards suite all giveBridgesthe edge over the Stones' spotty previousVoodoo Lounge.Despite dross like the plagiarized hit "Anybody Seen My Baby," and the underutilization of the talented Dust Brothers production team, the Stones don't deserve our indifference just yet.--Steve Knopper
edit this info



Label:  Virgin Records Us
ArtistThe Rolling Stones
Release Date:  September 30, 1997
What's your opinion on Bridges to Babylon - Ltd Ed Slipcase Ve3...?
1 rating: +3.0
You have exceeded the maximum length.
More Bridges to Babylon - Ltd Ed Sl... reviews
review by . October 07, 1998
posted in Music Matters
Whereas Bridges To Babylon is not on the same playing field as Beggars Banquet and Exile, this recording has much high quality material. Besides catchy straight ahead rockers(Out Of Control, Two Tight), there are many other elements present here including a nice touch of techno(Anybody Seen My Baby, Might As Well Get Juiced). Keith's contributions are excellent specifically the regaae flavored You Don't Have To Mean It. The difference between this albums and the Stonefs best works is that every …
Bridges to Babylon - Ltd Ed Slipcase Ve3rsion
Related Topics
Forty Licks

Classic Rock album by The Rolling Stones

Aftermath (US)

Classic Rock album by The Rolling Stones

Voodoo Lounge

An album by The Rolling Stones

Emotional Rescue

An album by The Rolling Stones

First to Review
© 2015, LLC All Rights Reserved - Relevant reviews by real people.
Music Matters is part of the Network - Get this on your site
This is you!
Ranked #
Last login
Member since