Exile on Main St

Exile on Main St

Album by The Rolling Stones
Exile on Main St. is a studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released on 12 May 1972 by Rolling Stones Records.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Blues-Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Album Rock
Release DateMay 12, 1972
ArtistThe Rolling Stones


  • 1Rocks OffThe Rolling Stones4:33
  • 2Rip This JointThe Rolling Stones2:22
  • 3Shake Your HipsThe Rolling Stones2:59
  • 4Casino BoogieThe Rolling Stones3:34
  • 5Tumbling DiceThe Rolling Stones3:47
  • 6Sweet VirginiaThe Rolling Stones4:26
  • 7Torn and FrayedThe Rolling Stones4:18
  • 8Sweet Black AngelThe Rolling Stones2:58
  • 9Loving CupThe Rolling Stones4:25
  • 10HappyThe Rolling Stones3:05
  • 11Turd on the RunThe Rolling Stones2:38
  • 12Ventilator BluesThe Rolling Stones3:24
  • 13I Just Want to See His FaceThe Rolling Stones2:53
  • 14Let It LooseThe Rolling Stones5:18
  • 15All Down the LineThe Rolling Stones3:50
  • 16Stop Breaking DownThe Rolling Stones4:34
  • 17Shine a LightThe Rolling Stones4:17
  • 18Soul SurvivorThe Rolling Stones3:49

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How the Stones made Exile On Main Street sound so sleazy

  • In the summer of 1971 the Rolling Stones should have been on top of the world. Months earlier, their Sticky Fingers album had been their first to reach number one in both the US and the UK. Yet the band was in crisis. A disastrous relationship with former manager Allen Klein had left them broke, with each member (bar newish guitarist Mick Taylor) owing £100,000 in back taxes. Further, when Klein was fired in 1970 he took the rights to the Stones’ pre-1970 song catalogue with him. So the band mov

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