Top positive review
A great upgrade from the single disc
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2019
I'm a big Rolling Stones fans, though I'm a poor one :) I opted to buy the two disc set to upgrade my single disc version as opposed to the box set that's available because I don't have the money to buy the bigger one or otherwise I probably would have gotten it. I've always liked this album. Back when I started buying full albums instead of Greatest Hits packages (once I got my first job etc) I bought this one and Dirty Work. I loved both cds.. I know Dirty Work isn't really as well loved among diehards but it was one of my first cassettes by them. Aside from GH type things. And it was also a new cassette. Usually I was playing catch up with my collection so I'd go with albums I knew more songs on, but Dirty Work and Some Girls only had one or two that were on the radio (at least at the time) so it was more of a gamble but I really did enjoy them. I really did enjoy the bonus songs as well. I like the artwork and the booklet that comes with it, though nice to have, should have included the lyrics to the album. It was basically the same artwork on the outside just expanded to give you info on who did what. While it was nice to have, I just wish they would include more articles on the making of as well as the lyrics. But i'm sure the box set is loaded with that stuff. So maybe someday. But this is a great album to have if you are like me and want more than just the standard album, which is remastered, but don't wish to spend the money on a box set. You get bonus songs etc. and the packaging is really well done (even though I don't like digipaks that much) so it's definitely worth looking into, as the price is phenomenal and you get the auto rip version of the album as well.