Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge (1994)

stones voodooBy Scott Goldfine

“Voodoo Lounge,” the latest from rock’s original bad boys, doesn’t disgrace the Rolling Stones’ 30-year legacy, but neither does it add anything especially meaningful to their repertoire. The Stones throw a lot of songs (15) at the listener, but only a few generate anything approaching passion.

The band seems fine without bassist Bill Wyman, but hasn’t really excelled since the mid-1970s.

GRADE: C+

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