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Doom And Gloom (Jeff Bhasker Mix)

October 16, 2012 | Format: MP3

$1.29
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  • Original Release Date: October 12, 2012
  • Release Date: October 16, 2012
  • Label: Capitol
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  • Duration: 4:07 minutes
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  • ASIN: B009PEQV5U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,521 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

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Best song the Rolling Stones have done in years. Doom and Gloom is classic Stones, real rock n roll with a little bit of subtle social commentary. Unbelievable for artists almost in their 70's. Will they still be performing when their Leonard Cohen's age? Lets hope so. Modern Pop music is so, so boring and bland. Go Stones.
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Mick's songwriting skills have'nt run out of steam yet. An impressive feat for a rocker his age. How he continue's to be edgy this far down the road is a rarity. Best song on the radio right now. Blow's away anything else by band's that are half his age. Kind of sad that we have to rely on veteran act's like the stone's to hear a great song. While young band's turn out such lame garbage.( Except the Black Key's, and Queen's of the stone age) Techno tinged, and wrap influenced rubbish.
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Stones are great, old, but still great. I love this song and both videos released are good too. I can't seem to convert the mp3 download in order to get it on a disk to play on my older stereo system. I'm limited to my Sandisk Sansa...I'll probably pick up the whole Grrr CD once the price comes down on the used ones. For 99cents this was well worth it, another hit from the worlds greatest rock n roll band.
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This sounds like such a prime slab of golden era Stones, circa Shattered/Start Me Up that it's hard to believe it's not a outtake from the 70's. They're hitting on all cylinders. Nothing innovative but classic riff and muscular Mick vocal. Why haven't they put this much bite into almost anything else they've recorded in the past 20+ years? These AARPers still have it, when they're feelig motivated
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By S. Carlsen on February 3, 2013
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This song simply shows that rock n' roll is ageless. The accompanying video is also GREAT, starring Noomi Rapace of "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" fame (Swedish versions)

Classic "Human Riff" Keith Richards composition, and clever wordplay by Mick Jagger.

It ain't rocket science, but it IS rock n' roll, and I LIKE IT.
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While I do really enjoy the song, I feel that it drags on a bit at the end. The beginning hooks me right away, and it's a fun ride, a reminder that this band remains talented despite ages that reduce many men, no embolden them. However, towards the end, it just feels the tiniest bit drug out. Still, I definitely enjoyed it.
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If I'm rocking like this when I'm closing in on 70, sign me up. Charlie Watts knows a beat, and the signature intermittent guitar from Keith is vintage stuff. This song pushes you along, and my god they even bring up politically-relevant topics like fracking. I guess the Stones are 'not fade away'.
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only a zombie would dislike this song....if someone tells you they don't like this song they are definitely a zombie and you should use extreme caution when dealing with them....
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