The Rolling Stones - Aftermath
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This album holds a bunch of classic blues-rock tunes. The production has a very unique flavor and it definitely shows that Brian Jones was part of the group at this time.
Although the songs don't have much experimental quality to them, I just enjoy this piece of evolution and grow of the most iconic rock bands ever. From
the strange 11 minutes jam session Going Home, to the gorgeous Lady Jane or the anxious but unique Mother's Little Helper, I just love the touch that Mick Jagger's vocals give to the tracks, they feel
so alive and his voice is kind of enticing, like on Out Of Time. It's no surprise that they were one of the most famous bands in the
world.
I must say some lyrics and song ideas haven't aged very well, like Stupid Girl, oh god.
Overall this is not groundbreaking, but I enjoy it for that, the classy tunes are a must listen for every person who enjoys music.

FAV TRACKS: Mother's Little Helper, Lady Jane, Under My Thumb, Out Of Time, What To Do.
LEAST FAV TRACKS: Stupid Girl.
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