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Goats Head Soup

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An album by The Rolling Stones
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It Holds Its Own

  • Jun 28, 2000
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+4
Maybe this recording is not on the level of the Stones best works(Exile, Sticky Fingers, Ya Ya's, Beggars Banquet), but it does have some prominent high notes. Mick Taylor's guitar playing is very noteworthy as the solos on Silver Train, Hide Your Love, Star Star, and especially the wah wah infected 100 Years Ago really do soar. Angie and Heartbreaker are two strong singles. There are more softer tones on this recording than on Stones albums in the past. Maybe thats why many fans look at this work as dissappointment. However, those with a wider persepctive will find this is a good if not great work by this fab gang.

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Label: Virgin Records Us
Release Date: July 26, 1994

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