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LISTEN: Rolling Stones’ “Doom And Gloom”

| October 11, 2012 | 3 Comments

“Doom And Gloom” marks the first new song from the Rolling Stones in seven years and also signals a return to form for the geriatric rockers. Despite some clunky lyrics about oil fracking, the track bristles with a stomping guitar riff from Keith Richards over a steady beat you could time your pulse to courtesy of Charlie Watts. Attitude has always mattered more than Mick Jagger‘s attempts at poetry.

The Stones recorded the track in Paris with Don Was for the band’s upcoming GRRR! Greatest Hits compilation. Here’s one 50th anniversary celebration determined to keep the neighbors awake.

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  1. Keef says:

    Pretty rockin’ for a bunch of old dudes!

  2. Brian Jones' Body says:

    Like to see Mick sing this live. Hope he doesn’t embarrass himself.
    Not much of a tune, but not terrible.
    Bring back Bill Wyman…

  3. Ian says:

    The last good Stones album was Tattoo You. That was 30 years ago. They should have retired after that!

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