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THE ROLLING STONES' 'SOME GIRLS' TURNS 35
by Tracy West,posted Jun 10 2013 11:56AM
This week marks the 35th anniversary of the Rolling Stones' 1978 blockbuster, Some Girls. The album, which was competing on the charts and turntables around the globe with breakthrough punk and disco records, was able to absorb the musical influence of what was going down in the clubs and the streets of New York City and become the first album in years to drastically redefine the Stones' sound. It also featured the band's first chart-topper since 1973's "Angie" -- the disco-based monster summer hit and instant classic, "Miss You, which remains the Stones' last chart-topper to date.