MUSIC: No Moss

The Rolling Stones can still make a fine, rocking album

If Satan could sing, he'd probably sound a lot like Mick Jagger. Jagger can be at once insolent, charming and slightly lewd. His is the voice of silky excess, the serenade of a jaded demon. On Love Is Strong, the first cut from the Rolling Stones' fine new album, Voodoo Lounge, Jagger is at his seductive, sneering best. The song, with its coiling harmonica and swaggering rhythm, sounds like a surefire smash, the kind of hit that will be blaring from radios all summer.

With their latest effort, the Stones prove that even after recording together for 31 years, they can...

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