100 Greatest Rolling Stones Songs

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94. "Fingerprint File" (1974)

The Stones delved into Watergate-era paranoia on this post-Sly Stone funk workout, in which Jagger sings about "some little jerk in the FBI" with a stack of papers on him "six feet high." It was cut during their last sessions with Taylor, who played bass while Wyman switched over to synthesizer; Taylor laid down what may be the only bass solo on a Stones song.

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