, attached to 2011-07-02

Review by GitDown

GitDown Wandering the halls of the Hampton Coliseum at setbreak of 11-21-97, I was amused yet also saddened at the musical ignorance when I overheard not one but two random kids talk about how much they dug "that new tune they opened up with" ("Emotional Rescue"). It appears The Rolling Stones have once again been neglected by the youth, as evidenced by the mention of the "debut of two new songs." I'll ignore the fact that "Suskind Hotel" has been around for years, as at least it was written by Mike. I love music and have devoured it all my life. Other than "Forty Licks", I've never owned any Stones albums (which doesn't even include this song), and I still know and love "Monkey Man." I'm sorry guy, I'm really not trying to make an example of you, but it's just surprising. I guess I'm just old (34).


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