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Bridges to Babylon was the last Rolling Stones album of the '90s, here remastered for your audio pleasure. Drawing on the sounds and musical ideas of classic outings like Sticky-Fingers, Goats-Head- Soup, and Black And Blue, fans would have to wait another eight years until a full-length release of new songs in the shape of A Bigger Bang.
As with Voodoo Lounge, the band again installed Don Was at the helm to work the classic rock feel, though the Dust Brothers influenced the atmospheric singles 'Anybody Seen My Baby' and 'Saint of Me' while tracks like 'Gunface' and 'Flip The Switch' prove the band may be older and wiser but still able to kick it with the best of them. Bridges to Babylon continues the tradition of teaming up with a jazz legend - this time, Wayne Shorter on saxophone - but differs by an unprecedented three solo moments by Keith Richards together with the use of samples.
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