Category: Classic Rock

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  1. While Lennon slagged the Stones, complaining that “Satanic Majesties was just Pepper,” they, in turn, thanked their “rivals” by hiding images of all four Beatles within the copious mounds Author: John Kruth.
  2. Released on December 8th, , Their Satanic Majesties Request represents the band’s attempt at psychedelia following Mick and Keith’s infamous Redland’s trial. The title is a play on the text.
  3. The forgotten Stones album is great! Ok so Sgt Pepper was the album of for a generation. The Beatles and the Stones were musical rivals but Satanic Majesties seems to be a forgotten album in the Stones /5(3).
  4. Oct 15,  · Greatest Rolling Stones Songs From “Paint It Black” to “Shine a Light” – the hottest rocks from the Stones’ year career, chosen by our expert panel of writers, critics and artists.
  5. The downfall of the album was caused by some weak songwriting on the lesser tracks, particularly the interminable psychedelic jam "Sing This All Together (See What Happens)." It's a much better record than most people give it credit for being, though, with a strong current of creeping uneasiness that undercuts the gaudy psychedelic newsnesouthvadutosrobovacoparo.coinfo: Decca Uk.
  6. Jun 04,  · Their Satanic Majesties Request is the sixth British and eighth American studio album by the Rolling Stones, released in December by Decca Records in the United Kingdom and London Records in the United States/5(K).
  7. Jul 31,  · Mono/Stereo vinyl • Hybrid SACDs • No bonus audio. Universal Music will issue a 50th anniversary deluxe edition of The Rolling Stones‘ album Their Satanic Majesties Request in September. This set is one of the more straightforward to explain, since it comprises the stereo and mono versions of the album, newly remastered by by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Their Satanic Majesties Request - The Rolling Stones on AllMusic - - Without a doubt, no Rolling Stones album -- and, 8/
  9. Their Satanic Majesties Request is a good album that is unfortunately marred by the some really-frankly speaking-bad songs that should not have seen the light of day on an album. Sadly, these tend to define the album for some thereby ignoring some lesser-known triumphs like “Citadel” (which rocks), and of course the more famous “She’s a Rainbow” and “ Light Years from Home”.Reviews: