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This album released in July 1994 was the comeback album for the Stones. Well, it does exactly what is suppose to. It rocks righteously. But, in some places that's just not the case. The ill-advised "Suck on the jugular" easily is the worst song the band has ever recorded or written, along with the syrupy ballad "Out of Tears". Then the good in other places like the sleanky-chugaluggin' "Brand New Car" with tight horn arrangements and fine guitar wah-wahs by Mr. Rock'n Roll himself, Keith Richards. Speaking of Keith, the fine country ballad "The Worst", which is not that at all, serves the man well as does the stomping six minute blues-rock epic "Thru and Thru". Even though the album, which would have been stronger three songs shorter, isn't their best, it has enough of the goods we expect from the Stones to be an enjoyable listen.