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The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (CD, Album)


2009
Label: Universal Music - 460502601681 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock
The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (CD, Album)

 · Aftermath Review. by Richie Unterberger. The Rolling Stones finally delivered a set of all-original material with this LP, which also did much to define the group as the bad boys of rock & roll with their sneering attitude toward the world in general and the female sex in particular. The borderline misogyny could get a bit juvenile in tunes like "Stupid Girl."/10(K).

 · Rolling Stones - Aftermath music CD album at CD Universe, Remastered reissue of album, suitable for standard & 'Super Audio' CD players, Abkco, Digipak, Everything Artist Title Song SoundTrack Label.

64 rows · This classic is one of the Stones' absolutely essential records. Arguably the best of .

Some of the most sought-after Stones' albums are the early, monaural albums. There is reason for this. The first true stereo album available in the states of the Stones' is 'Aftermath'. I readily pass over 'stereo' versions of the first five Stones' albums. These were quite plentiful in the day compared to their mono counterparts.

Originally released in Recorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood, CA, 3–8 December , 6–9 March (Wikipedia) Reissue CD of original US LP edition.


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  1. No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: ROLLING STONES Title: AFTERMATH Street Release Date: 08/27/ Domestic Genre: ROCK/POP For this album, one Stone asserted himself even more than Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who for the first time wrote all the album's songs/5().

  2. The Rolling Stones finally delivered a set of all-original material with this LP, which also did much to define the group as the bad boys of rock & roll with their sneering attitude toward the world in general and the female sex in particular. The borderline misogyny could get a bit juvenile in tunes like "Stupid Girl." But on the other hand the group began incorporating the influences of Brand: Abkco.

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