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Spanish Albums Chart . Swedish Albums Chart . Swiss Albums Chart . UK Albums Chart . US Billboard . The Billboard Hot . Mainstream Rock Tracks . UK Top Singles . Australian Albums Chart . Austrian Albums Chart . Canadian Albums Chart . In the pantheon of bad albums by great musicians, few are as shockingly, transcendently awful as the Rolling Stones' "Dirty Work.
It's almost inaccurate to call "Dirty Work" a Rolling Stones album, as it's well documented that no one cared about the band at this point. Jagger and Richards were barely speaking to each other, and Charlie Watts was struggling with addiction at the time and barely drummed on the album.
The kinetic synergy that defined early classics such as "Let It Bleed" and "Sticky Fingers" is completely absent, giving the album a feel that's excessively slick and hollow, even by s' standards. With its blending of acoustic and electric guitars for the main riff and lively vocal from Jagger, it has many of the signatures of their classic work.
While the lyrics portray a doomed romance that just can't end, it's pretty apparent that the song is a veiled dig at Richards, who doesn't even play on the track Jimmy Page does, and contributes an outstanding solo to boot.Widely considered by most to be the worst Rolling Stones album, by far. It had a lot going against it - a fractured band with its main protagonists pretty much functioning independently of each other, even mild-tempered Charlie Watts falling out with Jagger, a musical trend at the time of synthesisers dominating everything and, yes, a bloody awful cover/5().