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Exile On Main Street (remastered 180 gram pressing)

LP (Item 518616) Virgin/Universal, 1972 — Condition: New Copy
2LP (reissue)
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The Rolling Stones at their rawest, most shambling, sleazy and brilliant – the epic, unimpeachable Exile On Main Street! What can we say about one of the most iconic LPs of all time other than chime in with our agreement that it's one of the greatest rock albums ever! Big choruses come and go, but the easy hooks of earlier and later Stones hits are buried in mud, grit and a sleazy bluesy groove. Titles include "Rocks Off", "Rip This Joint", "Tumbing Dice", "Sweet Virginia", "Loving Cub", "Torn And Frayed", "Let It Loose", "All Down The Line", "Shine A Light", "Soul Survivor" and more. (2010 remastered version on 180 gram vinyl.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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