Top Definition
A double LP released by the Rolling Stones in 1972. Often considered to be the band's best effort, it combined rhythm and blues with rock & roll and blues rock and is one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the 20th century. It should also be noted that the album was strengthened by the lead guitar work of ex Bluesbreaker guitarist Mick Taylor.

Track Listing:

(All tracks were written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards except where noted)

1. "Rocks Off" 4:31
2. "Rip This Joint" 2:22
3. "Shake Your Hips" (Slim Harpo) 2:59
4. "Casino Boogie" 3:33
5. "Tumbling Dice" 3:45
Side two
No. Title Length
6. "Sweet Virginia" 4:27
7. "Torn and Frayed" 4:17
8. "Sweet Black Angel" 2:54
9. "Loving Cup" 4:25
Side three
No. Title Length
10. "Happy" 3:04
11. "Turd on the Run" 2:36
12. "Ventilator Blues" (Jagger/Richards/Mick Taylor) 3:24
13. "I Just Want to See His Face" 2:52
14. "Let It Loose" 5:16
Side four
No. Title Length
15. "All Down the Line" 3:49
16. "Stop Breaking Down" (Robert Johnson) 4:34
17. "Shine a Light" 4:14
18. "Soul Survivor"
Exile on Main Street is often compared to the White Album by the the Beatles.
by cursedwithavision May 27, 2011

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