Deep Purple – Made In Japan (Thoughts On The Many Editions)
. After all, The Rolling Stones Grrr… 50-song (>3 hour) epic is on a single HFPA disc and only The Rolling Stones
Midnight Oil – Head Injuries (Album Review)
subscribe to the theory that Aerosmith is a carbon copy of The Rolling Stones. Yes, I can see the songs like this make me immediately ponder if Midnight Oil was Australia’s answer to Aerosmith and The The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones. That isn’t to say any copy-cat action was taking place, just that it is interesting
Sigur Rós – () [Album Review]
I love it when vinyl is produced in this manner. Think The Rolling Stones' Some Girls, or Led The Rolling Stones
Kaleo - A/B (Album Review)
The Rolling Stones the local pub as well as a major stadium. No wonder Kaleo opened for The Rolling Stones when they
Big Star - #1 Record (Vinyl Review)
The Rolling Stones modern era. Perhaps we have been spoilt with the production qualities of reissues from The Rolling Stones, The
Elton John - Honky Château (Album Review)
The Rolling Stones
Big Star - Radio City (Remastered) [Album Review]
The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones – Aftermath (UK Version/Remastered) [TIDAL Hi-Fi Review]
The Rolling Stones – Aftermath (UK Version/Remastered) [TIDAL Hi-Fi Review] explain why it is that I now adore The Rolling Stones. Yes, dear reader, The Rolling Stones are now It would be accurate to say that I once disliked The Rolling Stones. I had at one stage thought The Rolling Stones fourth album by The Rolling Stones and features one of my favourite songs by the band, Under My Thumb certainly perform a ballad and while it isn’t necessarily a song that immediately identifies The Rolling Stones, I , the review of The Rolling Stones Aftermath (UK Version/Remastered) album. It is important to note
Foxygen – …And Star Power (Tidal Hi-Fi Review)
dichotomy. Can’t Contextualize My Mind reminds me of early Rolling Stones stuff, pre-Sympathy For The Devil The Rolling Stones
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
The Rolling Stones pinball machines celebrate rock icons like KISS, Alice Cooper, The Rolling Stones, Metallica, and
Elton John – Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy (Album Review)
The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones. Needless to say, I love it! Better Off Dead isn't a bad song and interestingly , but as much as I adore The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Who with their 60's sound, Elton certainly stand by that aforementioned statement. (Gotta Get A) Meal Ticket is Elton John meets The
Elton John – Self-Titled (Album Review)
The Rolling Stones , upon hearing this song on the radio, you assumed it was a Rolling Stones or Mick Jagger solo
Rod Stewart – The Best Of Rod Stewart (Album Review)
No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones. I Was Only Joking is a lovely semi-acoustic ballad that The Rolling Stones
(When The Sun Sets Over) Carlton – [Compilation Review]
isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as the song is excellent, but I do value uniqueness. Rock Granite – You . Stephen Cummings & Dave Flett – The Third Degree sounds too much like The Rolling Stones. That nothing to write home about and again we have a song that is somewhat influenced by The Rolling Stones. I edges, reminding me a little of the early Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan recordings. Overall, however The Rolling Stones guess imitation is really the sincerest form of flattery. Peter Lillie & The Leisuremasters
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