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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, April 14, 2009
|1. Sad Sad Sad|
|2. Mixed Emotions|
|4. Hold On To Your Hat|
|5. Hearts For Sale|
|6. Blinded By Love|
|7. Rock And A Hard Place|
|8. Can't Be Seen|
|9. Almost Hear You Sigh|
|10. Continental Drift|
|11. Break The Spell|
|12. Slipping Away|
Steel Wheels is the last great album that the Rolling Stones have released.
'Almost Hear You Sigh' is a nice ballad by Mick with excelent vocals and great vocals, especially the baking vocals by Ronnie.
TERRIFYING kind of slows the album down, its just an average song that is still better than todays music.
Steel Wheels marks the beginning of the Stones' latter period. After two lackluster albums in the 80s and a near dissolution of the band, Steel Wheels is a perfect return to form. Read morePublished 6 days ago by T. McCool
Ok folks, I skipped this album just like I skipped Voodoo and Bridges albums that followed. Those are the only 3 tours I've seen the Stones and yet the only albums other Black and... Read morePublished 20 days ago by flying Burrito Daddy
This is one of the most underrated Rolling Stones albums. It was recorded in the Caribbean prior to the beginning of the largest and most expensive tour in entertainment history. Read morePublished 4 months ago by one humble opinion
Solid interplay between Ron Wood and Keith Richards to define the raw Stones' sound!Published 5 months ago by MICHAEL MANNING