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- The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in April 1962 by guitarist and harmonica player Brian Jones, pianist Ian Stewart, vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards. Bassist Bill Wyman and drummer Charlie Watts completed the early lineup.
- The Rolling Stones (also published under the name Space Family Stone in the United Kingdom) is a 1952 science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein.
- A person who is unwilling to settle for long in one place
- The Rolling Stones is the debut album by The Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the United Kingdom on 16 April 1964.
- (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
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- For Men is an Italian magazine devoted to sex, health, nutrition, hobby, sport and other men's issues. Its published in Milan, Italy by the publishing company Cairo Editore.
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Their Satanic Majesties Request
Part druggy experiment, part musical rivalry with the Fab Four, and a total anomaly in the Rolling Stones' catalogue, THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST contains at least three trippy classics in "Citadel," "She's a Rainbow," and "2000 Light Years From Home." That it also contains an extensive sample of Bill Wyman snoring and an eight-minute stoned jam that begins with the timeless phrase "Where's that joint?" is a measure of SATANIC MAJESTIES' breadth of genius and folly.
There's a lot going on here--try comparing the wayward Eastern atmospheres of "Gomper" to anything on BEGGAR'S BANQUET, and marvel that you're listening to the same band. The fact that Jagger and Richards could still come up with the unimpeachably charming "She's a Rainbow"--baroque pop at its finest--and a fair stab at heavy R&B in "The Lantern," while attempting to negotiate the band's rocky passage through Flower Power is a tribute to their vision, their perseverance, and their drugs of choice.
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Clearly their answer to Sgt. Pepper, or at least "All You Need is Love," Satanic Majesties is actually as sloppy an artifact as Flowers. But even at their most (willfully?) goofy '60s moment, the Stones came up with some good songs. "She's a Rainbow" is fine second-tier pop-psychedelia, while "2000 Light Years from Home" can still transmit a pretty handsome case of the Fear. Bill Wyman's "In Another Land" is as thin as his phased vocal, but still plays better than "Sing This All Together (See What Happens)." Not the most essential Stones disc by a long shot, but one that fans will want to own sooner or later. --Rickey Wright
“The door we open and close each day decide the lives we live.”
This is pretty long text below, could not resist posting it. Please do not feel obliged to comment. Thanks! And have an even much better week that you can expect! Satanic Quotes by Musicians - Wes Penre, April 2003 - Whether or not we believe in a Biblical Hell, those musicians emit low vibrations of evil and destruction, which are forced upon our youth by the music industry. One does not have to be a genius to understand what effect this has on young people's minds and their way of seeing things. Music is VERY powerful, and used in a wrong way it can change a whole generation in a way that may have catastrophic consequences. With morals and ethics gone, what remains is anarchy and chaos - the desired state the Illuminati wants the world to be in before the take over. By making rebels out of our teenagers and have them go against their parents, the Illuminati is trying to dissolve the Family Unit, which is a very strong bond. As long as families stick together and the parents teach their children morals and ethics, the Elite will have a very hard time to control us. And they know it! David Bowie in Rolling Stone magazine (Feb. 12, 1976), stunned the music world, when he stated: "Rock has always been THE DEVIL'S MUSIC . . . I believe rock and roll is dangerous . . . I feel we're only heralding SOMETHING EVEN DARKER THAN OURSELVES." (Rolling Stone, Feb. 12, 1976) In the song "The Conjuring" by Megadeth, the REAL mission of rock is clearly heard: "I AM THE DEVIL'S ADVOCATE A SALESMAN, if you will . . . Come join me in my INFERNAL DEPTHS . . . I've got your soul!" At the end of the song A· they chant "OBEY"! Rocker Frank Zappa (who discovered the awful truth December 4, 1993 the second he died) proudly boasted: "I'm the devil's advocate. We have our own worshippers who are called 'groupies.' Girls will give their bodies to musicians as you would give a sacrifice to a god." (Peters Brothers, What About Christian Rock, p. 17) The super group, Metallica, in the song "Jump In the Fire", commands young people to jump into hell: "Follow me now my child . . . DO JUST AS I SAY . . . Jump by your will or be taken by force I'll get you either way . . . So reach down grab my hand walk with me through the land COME HOME WHERE YOU BELONG So come on JUMP IN THE FIRE." In the cover song, "The Prince", Metallica openly sing: "Angel from below . . . I WISH TO SELL MY SOUL . . . DEVIL TAKE MY SOUL with diamonds you repay I don't care for heaven so don't you look for me to cry AND I WILL BURN IN HELL from the day I die." Rock star, Marilyn Manson, proudly boasts: "Hopefully, IA·ll be remembered as the person who brought an end to Christianity." (Spin, August 1996, p. 34) Manson, an ordained "reverend" in the Church of Satan, mutilates himself on stage (1 Kings 18:28), rips-up the Holy Bible, and spews "blasphemies" against the Lord Jesus Christ. MansonA·s T-Shirts declare, "KILL YOUR PARENTS" & "I AM SATAN". Manson claims his album Antichrist Superstar came via "supernatural-inspiration": "I heard this album as finished, I heard it in dreams . . . It was like the revelations of John the Baptist or something." (huH, Oct. 1996, p.34) MansonA·s "hope" for Antichrist Superstar,: "I think every time people listen to this new album maybe God will be destroyed in their heads. . ." (huH, Oct. 1996, p.37) MansonA·s "blasphemy" is not just an act. Manson readily admitts there's more to the show than meets the eye: "I donA·t know if anyone has really understood what weA·re trying to do. This isnA·t just about shock value . . . thatA·s just there to lure the people in. Once weA·ve got A·em we can give A·em our MESSAGE." (Hit Parader, Oct. 1996, p.28) Twisted Sister sings, "Burn in Hell": "Welcome to the abandoned land COME ON IN CHILD, TAKE MY HAND Here there's no work or play Only one bill to pay There's just five words to say As you go down, down, down YOU'RE GONNA BURN IN HELL!" Bon Jovi sings in "Homebound Train": "When I was just a boy THE DEVIL TOOK MY HAND Took me from my home He made me a man . . . I'm going DOWN, DOWN, DOWN, DOWN, DOWN On the homebound train." In Smash Hits magazine, Bon Jovi says: " . . . I'D K I L L my MOTHER for rock and roll. I WOULD SELL MY SOUL." One of the most popular groups in rock history is Slayer. Slayer sing of themselves, as: "Warriors from the gates of hell . . . In lord Satan we trust." Slayer's albums sell in the millions! And song after song A· IS PRAISE TO SATAN! Their song "Hell Awaits" says: "Jesus knows your soul cannot be saved CRUCIFY THE SO CALLED LORD. He soon shall fall to me. Your souls are damned Your God has fell to slave for me eternally Hell awaits." The group Acheron, has an album t
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2010 reissue of the classic Stones album housed in a super-jewel case (to complete 'remasters' box set). Regarded as one of the greatest albums in Rock 'n' Roll history and one of the most defining of the Stones' catalogue. Upon its release more than three decades ago, Exile On Main Street innovatively wove varying musical genres, instruments and even artists into a compelling rhythmic masterpiece. The original 18-track double-album was recorded in various stages at multiple locations, including Olympic Studios in London, Keith Richard's mansion Nellcote in France, and in Los Angeles where the literal Main Street influenced the album title. These atypical circumstances surrounding the recording process greatly affected the album's outcome which was highly reflective and influenced by the sociopolitical turbulence that marked the late `60s and early `70s.
From the swaggering frustration in the first song ("I only get my rocks off while I'm sleeping," Mick Jagger sings in the hyper "Rocks Off"), the Stones speed through familiar neighborhoods of country, blues, and R&B on Exile. They never even bother to stop when they've crashed into something. They don't leap into new worlds so much as master the old ones, turning Slim Harpo's blues obscurity "Hip Shake" into a harp-and-piano steamroller and setting spines a-cracking in "Ventilator Blues." Both "Tumbling Dice" and Keith Richards's "Happy" have become hits, but the 1972 album is most notable for its overall murky adrenaline. --Steve Knopper
Before Keith Richards's bad habits took over for a time in the mid-'70s, his work ethic was quite high. Stories abound of the long, if somewhat off-schedule, hours he spent working on this classic album in the basement of his home in France. Hanging together as much because of great songwriting ("Rocks Off," "Soul Survivor") as its fabled grungy atmosphere, Exile caps the Stones' great 1968-'72 run with a force that belies their supposed spiritual tiredness. What some of these songs are about is anybody's guess--Keith claims "Ventilator Blues" was inspired by a grate, while the song plays like an ode to a pistol--but that's just part of this album's hazy game. --Rickey Wright