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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Partial To Your Abracadabra

Death by Sexy (Downtown, 2006) is the title of the second album by the American rock group Eagles of Death Metal. The album cover of Death by Sexy has elements similar to the covers of The Rolling Stones' 1971 album Sticky Fingers, Mötley Crüe's 1981 album Too Fast For Love and Loverboy's 1981 album Get Lucky. The track "Don't Speak (I Came to Make a Bang!)" was featured in a 2008 Nike commercial directed by Guy Ritchie, which included the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristiano Ronaldo, Cesc Fabregas and Ronaldinho. Uncut and Allmusic both gave the album four stars out of five, with the latter calling it "thoroughly trashy fun". Bottom/ Some Girls is an album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1978. Considered a highlight of their output and the best of their post-Exile on Main St. records, the album re-established The Rolling Stones as a vital rock and roll band in an era infused with punk rock and disco. It also became the band's biggest-selling album in the United States, with more than six million copies to date. Engineer for the sessions was Chris Kimsey, whose approach to recording breathed life into the somewhat dense sounding recordings like Goats Head Soup and It's Only Rock 'n' Roll albums. Jagger's guitar contributions caused the band's road manager, Ian Stewart, to be absent from many of the sessions as he felt piano would be superfluous, making this a rare Rolling Stones album on which he did not appear. An alternate story has Stewart pointedly boycotting most of the sessions, claiming the band was sounding like 'bloody Status Quo'! There was some controversy surrounding the lyrics to the title song, an extended musing on women of various nationalities and races. The album cover for Some Girls was designed by Peter Corriston, who would design the next three album covers as well. An elaborate die-cut design, with colors varying on different sleeves, it featured The Rolling Stones and select female celebrities in garish drag, as well as a bunch of lingerie ads. The cover immediately ran into trouble when Lucille Ball, Farrah Fawcett, Liza Minnelli (representing her mother Judy Garland), Raquel Welch, and the estate of Marilyn Monroe threatened legal action. It was withdrawn and women's likenesses removed. The revised cover removed all the celebrities whether they had complained or not. In May 1978, the first single from the album, "Miss You", a prowling, moody number built on a stripped-down disco beat and bluesy pop harmonies, was released to very strong response, garnering The Rolling Stones their last US #1 hit and reaching #3 in the UK.

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