The latest album released by The Rolling Stones is Bridges To Buenos Aires. This album was released 11/08/2019.
The Rolling Stones is ranked number 8 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 110,800.
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I just don't get it. Of course, they're incredibly influential and important, but (personally) I hate Mick Jagger's voice, and the only notable instrument is Keith's guitar.
I've tried all their popular records, and I guess it's just not for me.
For what they do best (raunchy, sexy rock'n'roll), noboby can touch them. And they're great at other genres too (pop ballads, rootsy Americana, exotic psychedelia, etc...). The second greatest band in the world, if I'm asked.
If The Beatles are ramen and Led Zeppelin is mac and cheese, then The Rolling Stones are canned tuna - bland and accessible yet I can't stand them anyway.
I used to love them as a teen and young adult, but the Stones went down a few notches in my estimate recently. Jagger spends way too much time putting down women on his records, and doesn't seem mature (unlike say, Lennon). Even the bluesmen whom he tried to emulate were not quite so cynical.
Factoring quality, quantity and longevity, the Stones are arguably the best ever pure rock 'n' roll band. Any list of legendary albums would have several of the Stones' best on it. They had a few misses, but two few to mention. They will be remembered long after this writer is gone.
Some good albums from the late 60s to the early 70s. Although their 80s output and beyond has the odd alright track, by that point it mostly ranges from mediocre to dire.
More classic cuts, both hits and deep cuts, and more classic riffs than any one band deserves to have. At their peak, the Stones were Rock and Roll itself.
To me, the second best band from the rock era, behind The Beatles. Not many bands are as influential and talented as they are. I don't think there's another band in history that could completely sell out stadiums more than FIFTY years after their birth, captivating so many generations, and still being incredibly relevant. It's a disgrace that people in this website think that Radiohead (whom I love deeply) and Arcade Fire are better bands than these legends.
At their peak they were arguably the second best band ever. Beggars Banquet,Let it Bleed, Get Yer Ya Ya's Out, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street are classic rock/R&B/pop. They probably should have broken up after Tattoo You, but they have had the odd great moment since. A British treasure.