The Stones' return to form. Originally released in 1968, Beggars Banquet marked the end of The Rolling Stones' psychedelic pop era (Their Satanic Majesties Request), and a celebrated return to their signature bluesy roots rock sound. The album features several iconic Stones songs, kicking off with the image-defining epic "Sympathy For The Devil," then getting into "No Expectations" with its Delta Blues-inflected slide guitar, and the innovative, politically-charged single "Street Fighting Man."
"The Rolling Stones' coming of age ... I think that the material was far better than anything they'd ever done before." - Glyn Johns
This deluxe 50th anniversary reissue comes pressed on heavyweight 180 gram vinyl with fully remastered sound, and includes a 12" single for "Sympathy For The Devil" (Original Mono Mix), as well as a bonus flexi-disc featuring The Rolling Stones' LONDON to TOKYO April 17, 1968 Interview, all housed in gatefold jacket with slip cover.
- 50th anniversary edition
- original album on 180 gram vinyl w/ remastered sound
- includes Sympathy For The Devil 12" w/ original mono mix + etched B-side
- bonus flexi-disc feat. "Hello! This is Mick Jagger" LONDON to TOKYO April 17, 1968 Interview
- music label: ABKCO 2018
reviewed by Miguel O'Hara 01/2019
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