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Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St. (Vinyl) £12.99 + £2.99 nonPrime Amazon
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Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St. (Vinyl) £12.99 + £2.99 nonPrime Amazon

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I'm old enough that I had this double LP when it first came out, then later moved on to the DVD version, and then the MP3 special re-release! Heat added for the price, but more importantly because IMHO this is the Stones greatest record.
SFJnet03/03/2020 08:31

I'm old enough that I had this double LP when it first came out, then …I'm old enough that I had this double LP when it first came out, then later moved on to the DVD version, and then the MP3 special re-release! Heat added for the price, but more importantly because IMHO this is the Stones greatest record.


True

No hit singles apart from Tumblin Dice 🎲

but this is their best album with the great Mick Taylor 🎸
Edited by: "DuffRulez" 3rd Mar
DuffRulez03/03/2020 08:45

True No hit singles apart from Tumblin Dice 🎲but this is their best …True No hit singles apart from Tumblin Dice 🎲but this is their best album with the great Mick Taylor 🎸


Worth every penny for Keith doing "Happy"
thanks OP, amazing album at a bargain price. Ordered.
SFJnet03/03/2020 08:31

I'm old enough that I had this double LP when it first came out, then …I'm old enough that I had this double LP when it first came out, then later moved on to the DVD version, and then the MP3 special re-release! Heat added for the price, but more importantly because IMHO this is the Stones greatest record.



I'd go as far as saying that it's the greatest album of all time. I know it's all subjective but the sheer depth of quality - of which it doesn't let up from start to finish - is astonishing. A totally unique album which is all the more impressive considering it stands out even after finishing a run of consecutive releases of Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed and Sticky Fingers (all four released within the space of 3 1/2 years).
One of my favourite albums, it would be rude not to at this price
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