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There's a certain smarmy charm in the Rolling Stones titling a compilation of their work from the second half of the '70s Sucking in the Seventies -- it seems a tacit admission that neither the decade nor the music they made in that decade was all that good, something that many critics and fans dismayed by the group's infatuation with glitzy disco and tabloid grime would no doubt argue. It is indeed true that the Stonesled by the ever-fashionable Mick Jaggerdescended into a world of sleaze, one seemingly far removed from the dangerous blues-rockers of the '60s, who were Cauldhame - Saturnine enough about their blues credibility that they brought Howlin' Wolf on to a teen-oriented British TV program.

That incarnation of the Rolling Stones was a distant memory at the end of the '70s, when the group was freely dabbling with disco, reggae, and never-ending elastic grooves, and pumping up their sound with punchy horns and slick backing vocalists.

Sometimes this resulted in Santa Claus Is Coming To Town - Various - Yule Be Merry music, as in the terrific masterwork Some Girlswhich took on disco, punk, and new wave in equal measure, while retaining the signature Stones feel.

Sometimes, the group would stumble, as they did on the uneven but intermittently entertaining LP Black and Blue heavy on reggae and jams and Tombe La Neige - Various - Les Chansons Immortelles Emotional Rescue heavy on disco and dance. Those three albums are more or less covered on Sucking in the Seventiesan unwieldy collection of hits, outtakes, live cuts, and album tracks that plays fast and loose Crazy Mama - The Rolling Stones - Sucking In The Seventies (Lo Mejor De Los Setentas) the time line it reaches back to for "Time Waits for No One," a year that was covered on their previous comp, Made in the Shadewhile not including anything but outtakes from Emotional Rescueand managing to overlook their biggest hit of the second half of the '70s -- 's "Miss You," the biggest and best disco track they ever did.

This doesn't come close to compiling all their best songs from the second half of the '70s -- for instance, the monumental "Hand of Crazy Mama - The Rolling Stones - Sucking In The Seventies (Lo Mejor De Los Setentas) easily the greatest song on Black and Blueisn't here -- but the Crazy Mama - The Rolling Stones - Sucking In The Seventies (Lo Mejor De Los Setentas) thing is that Sucking in the Seventies captures the garish decadence and ennui of the band better than the proper albums from this period.

Not that this is a better record than Some Girlswhich had the same sense of trash but also a true sense of hunger and menace underpinning the restless music, but it is better than either Black and Blue or Emotional Rescuesince it gleefully emphasizes their tawdry disco moves while illustrating that the band could either be deliciously tacky in concert the version of "Mannish Boy" pulsating on a gaudy clavinet shows how bloated the Stones were in the mid-'70s, but the passage of time has made that rather ingratiating or as muscular and mean as they were at their peak a previously unreleased version of "When the Whip Comes Down," which tears by at a vicious pace.

If you want to know what the Stones sounded like at the end of the '70s, why they earned scorn from longtime fans while continuing to rule the charts, this is the record you need. It may not give casual fans all the hits they want, and for some hardcore fans, this will remind them of why they stopped listening to the Stonesbut for a few others, this is a wonderful celebration of all the group's '70s sleaze, an LP that was designed to be a shoddy cash-in compilation, but wound up revealing more than the group ever realized.

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    Kazigar 08.11.2019
    The Rolling Stones Sucking in the Seventies se edita el 13 de Abril de , es un recopitatorio que contine temas de los discos: Its Only Rock and Roll, Black and Blue, Some Girls y Emotional Rescue. El Front Cover de las edicones U.S.A y Canada muestran un enorme dibujo negro y tanto como en el inner y Back Cover aparecen 4 lineas con el nombre del disco (ver imagen).
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    Kajisida 07.11.2019
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