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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'Some Girls' (1978)

'Some Girls' (1978)

The band's all-time bestseller. It put the Stones back on top, with Mick dishing about the New York rock-star high life.

Key Track: "Shattered." Key lines: "Laughter, joy and loneliness/And sex and sex and sex and sex."

Best Keith Moment: "Before They Make Me Run," a defiant statement of the What Would Keef Do? lifestyle.

Girls, Girls, Girls: Keith was once asked why the album was called Some Girls. His reply: "Because we couldn't remember their fucking names."

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