The Rolling Stones - Rip This Joint (Song)
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  • The heavy use of a piano leading the rhythm of this song helps to give the track sort of a rockabilly sound, and Jagger’s vocal delivery only reinforces this sound in my opinion
  • I’ve praised Jagger’s energy on songs in the past but I simply have to do it once again on this song as I think this is one the fastest songs that I’ve heard from The Rolling Stones and he sounds great throughout the song
  • The track is a very short song, just around two minutes long, so I’d really recommend listening to this song, even if you don’t enjoy it all that much, for whatever odd reason, it’s really only two minutes of your time and I’d say it’s well worth it
  • I wasn’t really expecting anything that great but just the speed and energy of this track made it a pretty interesting song for me and there’s also some interesting musical parts as well


    • by Grimmy101
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      Rip This Joint is a song by The Rolling Stones which appears on their record Exile On Main Street. The song starts off with a pretty fast guitar part before the song builds up even further and Jagger comes in with a very quick vocal delivery, from the start you can really tell that this is faster than the average Stones track.

      The heavy use of a piano


      leading the rhythm of this song helps to give the track sort of a rockabilly sound, and Jagger’s vocal delivery only reinforces this sound in my opinion.

      I’ve praised Jagger’s energy on songs in the past but I simply have to do it once again on this song as I think this is one the fastest songs that I’ve heard from The Rolling Stones and he sounds great ...


      • throughout the song.

        The song features a saxophone solo about a minute in which adds to the energy of the track and also fits with the piano and just overall flow of the song.

        The track is a very short song, just around two minutes long, so I’d really recommend listening to this song, even if you don’t enjoy it all that much, for whatever odd reason, it’s

        really only two minutes of your time and I’d say it’s well worth it.

        I wasn’t really expecting anything that great but just the speed and energy of this track made it a pretty interesting song for me and there’s also some interesting musical parts as well.

        One of the fastest songs by The Rolling Stones that I’ve heard and a very nice and energetic rockabilly sound to it.




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