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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued, August 27, 2002
This is the best album that the Rolling Stones ever recorded.
He is apparently incredibly stupid and just goes around buying every album of every band he hates, so he can review them like he knows what he's talking about.
Robert Johnson is paid tribute in "Love in Vain" and "Let It Bleed" celebrates the decadence of the Stones in ways that "Gimme Shelter" abhorred.
What can I say, it's the Rolling Stones. Always a great rock and roll band.Published 2 days ago by Furnman4all
Classic Rolling Stones album here and well worth buying it on vinyl to hear it just like it sounded when it was released. You can't go wrong with Let It Bleed.Published 4 days ago by Matt W.
Made a classic even better with the superb remastering job. All songs are good on this one.Published 6 days ago by buddy
Vinyl sounds great, remastering is great, not to forget that its just a great album in general.Published 11 days ago by Jake Salinas
One of the best Stones albums sounds amazing on remastered vinyl. The sound is far better than I expected. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Michael Adams
Marianne Faithful once said that this was her favorite Stones album. It's a good choice I think -- definitely one of their best. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Susan K. Noel
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|Is this one still in a jewel case?||
The "soft" cardboard ones are called digipaks. This one came out in 2002 in a digipak, as did all of the these Stones remastered hybrid SACD releases. The 2002 remastered ones that come in a plastic case are not SACD hybrid disks. It is apparently not possible to tell whether this... Read More
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