Track List

Rocks Off

Rip This Joint

Shake Your Hips

Casino Boogie

Tumbling Dice

Sweet Virginia

Torn And Frayed

Sweet Black Angel

Loving Cup


Turd On The Run

Ventilator Blues

I Just Want To See His Face

Let It Loose

All Down The Line

Stop Breaking Down

Shine A Light

Soul Survivor

The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street (2xLP - Half-speed mastered -180 Gram)
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Release Date: 11/04/2016
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Half-speed mastered vinyl with widespine & obi-strip. Import!

Halfspeeding is an elaborate process whereby the source is played back at half its normal speed and the turntable on the disc cutting lathe is running at 16 2/3 R.P.M. Because both the source and the cut were running at half their ''normal'' speeds everything plays back at the right speed when the record is played at home. 180gm double LP, replica VERY LIMITED first pressing packaging with additional 'obi strip'. Includes 12 original postcards photographed by Norman Seeff. Album photography and concept by Robert Frank. Original colour printed inner sleeves. Exile On Main Street was released in 1972 and was The Rolling Stones' 10th studio album. While some tracks dated from the sessions for their previous long player, 'Sticky Fingers', the rest were recorded in the basement of Nellcote, a mansion leased by Keith Richards in the south of France after the band had found it expedient to leave Britain for tax reasons. Although first received with mixed, hesitant reviews, 'Exile... ' reached number one in the UK and the US, where it has also achieved platinum status and is now widely regarded as one of the group's very best records. With Jagger's vocals low in the mix and the sessions notorious for many participants' prodigious use of narcotics and booze, the album should have been set-up for failure. Even Bill Wyman struggled amongst the chaos and therefore only featured on backing vocals on eight of its 18 tracks. Instead, the results were so powerful and enduring that the album eventually ended up at Number 7 on Rolling Stones Magazine's Top 500 albums of all time. The sleeve is famous for the collage of images taken from Robert Frank's 1958 book 'The Americans'. Characters used in the artwork include Joe Allen, ''The Human Corkscrew'', a renowned contortionist from the 1950s and, perhaps most famous of all, Three Ball Charlie. Three Ball Charlie was a man able to fit a tennis ball, a golf ball, and a ''5'' billiard ball simultaneously in his mouth - a remarkable feat - and his image is the one that many people associate most readily with this unimpeachable rock classic.