With its street smart thump and strutting grooves, the 1978 LP Some Girls demonstrated the Rolling Stones’ adaptability and proved that even disco could sound tough with enough attitude. Although the bristling energy of the original sounds every bit as relevant today, the bonus material of this expanded edition offers the biggest thrill for Stones’ fans. Recorded in Paris the same year as Some Girls’ release, the once-lost “No Spare Parts” sessions found Mick Jagger playing electric piano and howling about a road trip between L.A. and Texas. Recently, Jagger entered the studio to lay new vocals over some of the spirited tracks and the result—gritty bangers like “So Young” and “No Spare Parts”—has the fierce energy of a roadhouse brawl.
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