Review #41: Let It Bleed, The Rolling Stones

#41: Let It Bleed, The Rolling Stones

As I said in my Exile review, I always thought I loved the Beatles much more than the Rolling Stones. I just love a pretty melody, and the Beatles’ only deliver pretty melodies, even when they’re at their edgiest. Plus, there is not a single good-looking person in the Rolling Stones. (I said what I said. Trust me, their feelings are not hurt.)




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