The Rolling Stones – Voodoo Lounge
The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in 1962. As a diverging act to the popular pop rock of the early 1960s, the Rolling Stones pioneered the gritty, heavier-driven sound that came to define hard rock. The band has been viewed as the musical “vanguard of a major transfusion” of various cultural attitudes, making them accessible to youth in both America and Britain. The Stones have sold over 240 million albums worldwide and have held over 48 tours of varying length, including three of the highest-grossing tours of all time: Bridges to Babylon Tour, Voodoo Lounge Tour, and A Bigger Bang Tour. In May 2013, Rolling Stone magazine declared them the “most definitional band that rock & roll has produced”. Voodoo Lounge is their 20th British and 22nd American studio album, released in July 1994. Voodoo Lounge is also the band’s first album without long-time bassist Bill Wyman. He left the band in early 1991, though the Stones did not formally announce the departure until 1993. The Stones chose not to replace him as a band member and continued as a four-piece with Mick Jagger (vocals), Charlie Watts (drums), Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood (both guitars). Bass guitar was played by Darryl Jones, who would perform with the Stones in the studio and on tour as a contracted player.
2 x LP
Remastered on 180 gram Vinyl
Cat. # V2750
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