Category: Psychedelic Rock

Shattered - The Rolling Stones - Sucking In The Seventies (Cassette)


  1. Nov 12,  · The Rolling Stones in the '70s were a glittering, malevolent, freewheeling, sexy, aggressive, hedonistic good time. But they were also warm and real and soulful and full of woe and reality, singing their blues and pouring their hearts out. The .
  2. Jul 18,  · Song Dance (pt 1) (Remastered) Artist The Rolling Stones; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Polydor Records); ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS.
  3. $$ SALE CASSETTE TAPES ROCK POP R&B HAIR METAL BLUES 70s 80s 90s (A56) $ to $ Top Rated Plus. Was: Previous No Security by The Rolling Stones (Cassette, Nov, Virgin) $ Top Rated Plus. Free shipping. Genre: Rock THE ROLLING STONES SUCKING IN THE SEVENTIES BEAST OF BURDEN, SHATTERED CASSETTE. $ Top Rated.
  4. Sucking in the Seventies is indeed another 70's compilation album because all 10 songs on this album came out in the 's decade. How good is it? It's pretty good for a 70's compilation album, but is also considered another one of those essential 70's compilations.4/5(13).
  5. Sucking in the Seventies, a Compilation of songs by The Rolling Stones. Released 9 March on Rolling Stones (catalog no. CUN ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rock. Featured peformers: The Glimmer Twins (producer).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Sucking In The Seventies on Discogs. Label: Rolling Stones Records - 1A • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock3/5(1).
  7. By introverted guitarist Mick Taylor had enough of the hard party action that went down in the jaded Rolling Stones camp. While Keith Richards lived the rock star life of wasted excess to the hilt, and Mick simply wanted to dance to disco music as the mid-seventies took .
  8. Dec 02,  · The Rolling Stones’ Sucking in the Seventies: not only is it the most nakedly honest album title ever, it also proves that truth in advertising actually exists! But before we give the Rolling Stones any consumer honesty awards, it should be borne in mind that Sucking in the Seventies is a colossal act of hubris. Not on did the Stones happily release a piece of swill, they actually announced.
  9. There's a certain smarmy charm in the Rolling Stones titling a compilation of their work from the second half of the '70s Sucking in the Seventies-- it seems a tacit admission that neither the decade nor the music they made in that decade was all that good, something that many critics and fans dismayed by the group's infatuation with glitzy disco and tabloid grime would no doubt argue.

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