Rolling Stones Album Guide: The Good, the Great and the 'Angie'

A bluffer’s guide to the world’s greatest rock & roll Band

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'Dirty Work' (1985)

'Dirty Work' (1985)

The guys rip one another apart, but that just makes it a perfect expression of the Stones' dysfunctional love/hate bond.

Key Track: "Dirty Work," where Mick rages against an unnamed nemesis. Maybe his guitarist? Maybe himself?

Neon Warriors: The cover has to be the most absurd Stones photo ever taken. But leave it to the Stones to make Miami Vice threads almost look cool.



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