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Aftermath album for sale by Rolling Stones was released Aug 27, 2002 on the Abkco label. The Rolling Stones' first set of all-original material--a full two years after the Beatles had passed that milestone with A HARD DAY'S NIGHT--1966's AFTERMATH is arguably the Stones' first truly great album, as opposed to a selection of killer singles padded out with some forgettable filler. Not that the singles aren't killers; "Paint It Black" and "Under My Thumb" are two of the Stones' most inventive chart successes, their sitar and marimba touches showing that at least through 1966, the Stones were just as likely as the Beatles, Kinks or Who to release a single that sounded like nothing else on the radio. Aftermath CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||What a surprise!|
When I ordered "Aftermath", it was an error, because I already had this CD at home but I had forgotten it.
By bsonek (Leipzig, Germany)
||ONE OF THEIR BEST|
Aftermath CD music This release has less tracks than the UK version but it doesn't matter because "Paint It Black" fits perfectly here as opener and "Going Home" sounds a lot better as closing track.
By Stonedeluxe (Caracas, Venezuela)
||Their the best!|
Aftermath buy CD music This was an awesome Cd. I had no idea it was going to be this good. Every song on this Cd was worth hearing.
By Austin (Naples,Florida,USA)
||Never will escape comparison with UK issue.|
Aftermath songs On its own, this collection is outstanding. When compared with the UK version, though, it cannot help but pale. This gives you "Paint It Black," which is one of the alltime great rock tunes; the UK issue, though, offers in its place 4 songs: "Mother's Little Helper," "Out of Time" (long version), "Take It or Leave It," and "What to Do."
By a reviewer (Bakersfield Ca)
||Could They Have Strode The Water?|
"Aftermath" was a high point for the Stones. First off, it was salvaged from an album tentatively titled "Could YOU Walk On The Water?" (rejected by nervous record company execs) and was the first record to consist entirely of Jagger/Richards originals.
By Will-T (Lawrenceburg IN)
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Aftermath songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||4937862|
|Release Date||Aug 27, 2002|
|Producer||Andrew Loog Oldham; Jody H. Klein (Reissue)|
|Engineer||Dave Hassinger; Gus Skinas|
|Recording Time||42 minutes|
|Personnel||Mick Jagger - vocals, percussion|
Keith Richards - vocals, guitar
Bill Wyman - marimba, bass, bells
Charlie Watts - marimba, drums, percussion
Brian Jones - guitar, dulcimer, sitar, marimba, bells
Also: Jack Nitzsche, Ian Stewart