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Posted by steel driving hammer on August 22, 1999 at 17:56:08:
Think about it.
After that was Dirty Work, the only song that comes close is Fight. No cigar.
Then Steel Wheels, the only up tempo as She Was Hot is Mixed Emotions (which BTW is my 2nd fave Stones song as they were, as they were meaning like most people remember them by like the up tempo like JJF, SFM, LMG and other up tempo Charlie sounding licks) Yes Sad Sad Sad is up tempo but no cigar when comparing She Was Hot.
Then came Voodoo Lounge, the up tempo tracks are YGMR, it's a good one but She Was Hot is better. The only track on Voodoo Lounge that has a chance is Sparks Will Fly which is among my faves esp if you have the Voodoo Brew/Residue/Stew discs. But still, they don't compare to the piano, drums, guitars of She Was Hot.
Then B2B, the up tempo tracks are FTS which doesn't give the loose Stones up tempo feeling by being a bit too complicated and somewhat forced, it's good but She Was Hot has the better (Stones as they were) feeling.
Saint Of Me, my fave of B2B, but has the top 40ish sound, wasn't really worth the rap.
Then Too Tight, probably the best Keith riffs on the album, let alone Ronnie's stamped patened solo on the track and Mick's lyrics are very good but he sings them w/ a shitty feeling. His howl is not there. Good lyrics but not enough passion for the song.
So, She Was Hot was the last Rolling Stone song (as they were) Maybe not the video but the song. And before She Was Hot has to be Start Me Up or Let Me Go.
Thank I'm going off da rails. Those howls are meant!
SHE WAS HOT - http://www.keno.org/shewashot.html
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