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|1. Wired All Night|
|2. Sweet Thing|
|3. Out Of Focus|
|4. Don't Tear Me Up|
|5. Put Me In The Trash|
|6. Use Me|
|7. Evening Gown|
|8. Mother Of A Man|
|10. Wandering Spirit|
|11. Hang On To Me Tonight|
|12. I've Been Lonely For So Long|
|13. Angel In My Heart|
|14. Handsome Molly|
This is probably Mr. Jagger's best solo work, at least the best I have heard.
I saw the 'Sweet Thing' video and that made me check out the album. Read more
If you like the Rolling Stones, you'll like this album. It's Mick Jagger's best solo album.
His charisma, talent, passion, vitality, etc. Read more
The CD is great. The case was broken (a little bit), but it was ok, in the original paper film and all.Published 18 months ago by Matias Relancio
Love this album, I have it on repeat. Jagger has some versatility that isn't often showcased. This record does a great job of that.Published 19 months ago by Elena Nasso
In my opinion the best solo album of Mick Jagger. Nowadays is a classic album that you must have.
Great Lenny Kravitz performance on "Use me".
The only song on the CD is the above-mentioned one that we like. I gave it away. It's too loud and noisy for listening music.Published on April 17, 2013 by PARG
They has always been a argument In music about how important a record producer is to quality of an album. Read morePublished on October 24, 2012 by Jimi Jac
Mick Jagger's "Wandering Spirit" is an apt title for this album as his influence and style on The Rolling Stones are reflected here (and vice-versa on some songs). Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Mark Penkunas
At first you might never think of a Rolling Stone as an all around musical player who can deal with many different styles. Read morePublished on October 14, 2009 by Andre S. Grindle