The Rolling Stones

Bridges to Babylon


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2LP : 180-Gram Abbey Road Half-Speed Master.

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Voodoo Lounge confirmed that the Stones could age gracefully, but it never sounded modern; it sounded classicist. With its successor, Bridges to Babylon, Mick Jagger was determined to bring the Rolling Stones into the '90s, albeit tentatively, and hired hip collaborators like the Dust Brothers (Beck, Beastie Boys) and Danny Saber (Black Grape) to give the veteran group an edge on their explorations of drum loops and samples. Of course, the Stones are the Stones, and no production is going to erase that, but the group is smart enough -- or Keith Richards is stubborn enough -- to work within its limitations and to have producer Don Was act as executive producer. As a result, Bridges to Babylon sounds like the Stones without sounding tired. The band is tight and energetic, and there's just enough flair to the sultry "Anybody Seen My Baby?," the menacing "Gunface," and the low-key, sleazy "Might as Well Get Juiced" to make them sound contemporary. But the real key to the success of Bridges to Babylon is the solid, craftsmanlike songwriting.

Tracklist
  1. Flip The Switch
  2. Anybody Seen My Baby?
  3. Low Down
  4. Already Over Me
  5. Gunface
  6. You Don't Have To Mean It
  7. Out Of Control
  8. Saint Of Me
  9. Might As Well Get Juiced
  10. Always Suffering
  11. Too Tight
  12. Thief In The Night
  13. How Can I Stop
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