Label: Polydor - UICY-20201 • Series: My Generation, My Music - Back To The Rock Years 1983-1987 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered SHM-CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Rhythm & Blues
· Dirty Work. Reuniting after three years and one solo album from Mick Jagger, the Rolling Stones attempted to settle their differences and craft a comeback with Dirty Work, but the tensions remained too great for the group. Designed as a return to their rock & roll roots after several years of vague dance experiments, Dirty Work is hampered by uneven songs and undistinguished performances, as well as a slick, lightly synthesized production that instantly dates the album /10().
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· ‘Dirty Work’: The Rolling Stones Fight Their Corner In The 80s. A victim of context rather than content, The Rolling Stones’ ‘Dirty Work’ album deserves long-overdue s: 3.
· With “Winning Ugly” and “Dirty Work,” this is the Stones album for the yuppie era, defining — and defying — the complacent nastiness of the mids as “Gimme Shelter” caught the Is Accessible For Free: False.
· It's just the Stones. It's an album of raw, angry rockers. There aren't any Brown Sugars to be found, but it's not the turd everyone seems to like to think it was. It's the last Stones' album that's rough around the edges. What makes Dirty Work a great record is it was the last album where they didn't give a damn about pleasing the masses. Unlike Black and Blue, the songs aren't half baked, but .
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