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Mick Jagger's Superheavy Delivers a Summer Song For Every Beach

Also: Stream new music by Drake, Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame, Jane's Addiction and Gary Clark Jr

August 9, 2011 10:20 AM ET
Mick Jagger's Superheavy Delivers a Summer Song For Every Beach
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In this week's slate of Rolling Stone reviews, Jon Dolan praises "Miracle Worker," the genre-smashing first single from Mick Jagger's new supergroup Superheavy, noting that it's "a summertime single built for every beach." Also, Monica Herrera is lukewarm on "Headlines," the first single from Drake's Take Care, which suffers from a slight hook and a beat that never takes off, and Evan Serpick pans the limp, Lex Luger-free new album from Southern rap titans Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame.

SONGS

Superheavy "Miracle Worker" (stream)

Drake "Headlines" (stream)

Jane's Addiction "Irresistible Force" (stream)

ALBUMS

Gary Clark Jr. - Bright Lights (stream one song)

Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame - Ferrari Boyz (stream one song)

Mat Kearney - Young Love (stream one song)

The Decemberists - iTunes Session (EP)

LAST WEEK: Fountains of Wayne Go Dark and Rootsy on 'Sky Full of Holes'

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