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Quite simply, over a five year period, the Stones wrote the rule book on what a rock'n'roll band should sound / look / act like and one listen to "Let It Bleed" should prove why. Low down and dirty, soulful and repentent, anthemic, raucous, profane, it's all here - 'White voodoo' to quote one Johnny Marr. There's no point trying to describe the tracks any more, just to list them; "Gimme Shelter", "You Can't Always Get What You Want", "Monkey Man", and more.