(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (track) by The Rolling Stones

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones
Year: 1965
From the album Out Of Our Heads (track #7)
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95/100
From 11/25/2020 10:48
The eighth most iconic song ever (according to research, see my chart of most iconic songs https://www.besteveralbums.com/thechart.php?c=62924).
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From 08/10/2018 15:15
Hands down one of the best riffs ever. Don't @ me.
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From 02/07/2018 17:03
I think the riff is overrated but I love the song as a whole
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From 09/23/2016 17:04
The Rolling Stones first truly great single and of course one of the best and most enduring. Unlike the Beatles at this time the Stones were including social commentary in their songs and there's no better example of this than on this glorious track. Otis Redding recorded a fine cover of this song the same year as this release but that version doesn't quite have the snarl and swagger and even the raw sexuality of Jagger's brilliant vocal performance. Satisfaction, is a great track. Edgy and iconic.
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From 01/14/2013 00:03
Charlie Watts is a jazz drummer, and everything follows Keith, not the drums. This is a grweat, great, great song!
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From 10/27/2012 19:45
Good song but WTF with the drumming!
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From 08/27/2012 23:44
Great guitar sounds for the time. Thank goodness for the producer, because I heard Keith actually wanted that part to be done by horns.
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