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'Some Girls' Deluxe Edition

Some Girls: Deluxe EditionThe Stones recorded a clutch of outstanding tunes for their classic 1978 release that didn't make the final cut — but several did wind up on their...Some Girls: Deluxe EditionRockThe Stones recorded a clutch of outstanding tunes for their classic 1978 release that didn't make the final cut — but several did wind up on their...2011-11-25
ROLLING IN THE DEEP CUTS Disappointing, previously nheard blues tracks don't stand up next to Stones' classics

ROLLING IN THE DEEP CUTS Disappointing, previously nheard blues tracks don't stand up next to Stones' classics

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Some Girls: Deluxe Edition

Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: The Rolling Stones; Music Label: Universal Republic

The Stones recorded a clutch of outstanding tunes for their classic 1978 release that didn’t make the final cut — but several did wind up on their last great album, 1981’s Tattoo You. That makes the dozen unearthed tracks on Some Girls Deluxe Edition the outtakes of the outtakes. And the substandard nature of blues-chooglers like ”When You’re Gone” and ”You Win Again” is doubly evident given their proximity to such stellar remastered highlights as ”Miss You” and ”Beast of Burden.” B-

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