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  • Published: New York : Rolling Stones Records p1972.
  • Year Published: 1972
  • Description: 1 sound disc : compact digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: CD

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  • 724383952427

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Exile on Main St.

by Rolling Stones.

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Where To Find It

Call number: CD Rock Rolling Exile

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl. CDs, Malletts Adult

Additional Details

Compact disc.

Rocks off -- Rip this joint -- Shake your hips -- Casino boogie -- Tumbling dice - Sweet Virginia -- Torn and frayed -- Sweet black angel -- Loving cup -- Happy -- Turd on the run -- Ventilator blues -- I just want to see his face -- Let it loose -- All down the line -- Stop breaking down -- Shine a light -- Sole survivor.

Songs, principally by Mick Jagger and Keith Richard; performed by The Rolling Stones.

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Amazing

"Exile on Main St" is great. It's a classic Stones' CD and every track on it is a hit. I agree--it's a great CD for road trips!

Best

The quintessential Rolling Stones album. The Stones were at their blue-sy best througout this one. A great road trip companion, just pop it in and enjoy.

Argument Continued

Even this past weekend I had an argument with someone about a track on this seminal blues rock record, released in 1972. My side: Tumblin' Dice's opening bars are some of the coolest moments in rock history and they open up all that's best about the Stones' sound in just a few short minutes. His side: "what, you mean the "Tony the Tiger song?" Obviously, he knew the Stones never put Tony the Tiger into their chorus, but I was derailed. Some people just won't ever concede that this is their best album. It's too bad they're wrong.

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