CD Review: The Rolling Stones “LIVE at the Tokyo Dome”

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00392c02Eagle Rock Entertainment continues it’s “From The Vault” series with the release of The Rolling Stones “LIVE At The Tokyo Dome 1990.”

Coming off of a long hiatus and some much publicized in fighting between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones finally regrouped in 1989 to release their stellar “Steel Wheels” album and launch their first world tour in years! This new set features the band at the height of their stadium rock glory playing to a sold out crowd at the Tokyo Dome.

The Rolling Stones tear through a rocking 24 song setlist in just 90 minutes and this high energy show proves that the band was indeed back to claim their stadium glory. The setlist is a Stones fans’ dream from classics (“Honky Tonk Woman” and “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”), fan favorites (“Ruby Tuesday” and “Paint It Black”) plus 5 songs from the band’s “Steel Wheels” album including “Sad Sad Sad” and “Mixed Emotions.”

The sound on this “From The Vault” release has once again been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain and the footage has been carefully restored to give you the highest quality picture and audio. If you want to see and hear the band with the classic line-up of Jagger, Richards, Watts, Wyman and Wood then “LIVE At The Tokyo Dome 1990” will definitely fulfill your rock’n’roll needs!

Drumroll please… 8 out of 10 drumsticks!!!

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Pat FrancisCD Review: The Rolling Stones “LIVE at the Tokyo Dome”