Guest Ohdistortedsmile1789 Posted May 7, 2007 Share Posted May 7, 2007 Of all the so-called masterpieces in Rock music, the ones that make all the top albums lists, this is one that certainly deserves to be there. From the populist tragedy inherent in "Lost in the Supermarket", to the just plain bad-ass "Guns of Brixton", to the galvanizing "I'm Not Down", the teary-eyed dance of "Train In Vain (Stand By Me)", and many more, it's as diverse and gripping a set of songs as had been released since Exile On Main St.. In many ways it is similar to that album, with a great breadth of material covered, all spun together by musical smarts and pure emotion. I've bought many albums just because of their reputations, and this is one that really proves to be worthwhile to this day. Talk about a talented group of men in their primes. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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