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Goats Head Soup is an album by The Rolling Stones released in 1973. It was recorded as the follow-up to 1972's critically acclaimed Exile on Main Street. Goats Head Soup was a more polished production than the raw and ragged Exile. It reflected the resurgence of soul-pop and the rise of funk, while maintaining the Stones' distinctive rock sound. It spawned the hit single "Angie", by far its best-known track, and topped the charts in both the US and the… read more

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  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    It's easy to see why some regarded this as a disappointment at the time, considering the incredible hot streak that had preceded this album, but fortunately those of us who either weren't born or weren't old enough to know about such things back in 1973 don't have to worry about strict chronology. If not compared directly to Exile, Sticky Fingers, LIB, Beggars Banquet, etc., it's a great album. And even when it IS compared to the Stones' best work, it's still a damn fine album in its own right. It's also the druggiest thing they've ever recorded.
  • Avatar for dominic_john
    A really great album. Anything with M. Taylor is excuse the pun, gold.
  • Avatar for TobiasJC
    heartbreaker: one of the best songs ever
  • Avatar for gokunirvana
    For me, this was the last album of the Stones' Golden Era. I would even rank it over Sticky Fingers. But all these records of the Mick Taylor era are legendary.
  • Avatar for El_Salvador7
    Love me some 70's Stones. :-)
  • Avatar for ralfsu
    Yeah Goats Head Soup has some incredibly beautiful passionate songs.
  • Avatar for M_Mochi
    I never listened to this album seriously until now.
  • Avatar for selvincooper1
    XCLNT YO
  • Avatar for DavidSmith98
    @poopuree, you is being real mean. in fact this really is a heroin album, dancing with mr d? coming down again? KR was using heroin throughout the 1970s.
  • Avatar for viniciuskoch
    so underrated.

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