This is The Rolling Stones ninth album. It seems like so many albums since they first started, and how they have evolved! Beggars Banquet is said to be a return to the R&B roots they first had. This album was also a huge success. It reached #3 in the U.K., and #5 in the U.S. The album is known for kicking off a string of releases giving the band critical success.
I actually enjoyed this much more musically than the other Rolling Stones albums I had heard. It's just more unique in sound, and all the songs sound different from the others. I'm not sure what to say about the songs lyrically, since I didn't much care for that, but the riffs are easy to get into if you want to dance to something.
Rating 3 of 5.