In just a few short years since forming in 1962, Mick Jagger’s uncommon band of misfits captivated the world with their raw and edgy brand of rock and roll diametrically opposed to most of their contemporaries.
By album No. 3, the Canadian heartthrob’s international chart fortunes have faded greatly, despite employing the same stylistic formula that made his previous album a smashing success. Still, the album was a hit in his native homeland.
Cobbled together from studio outtakes recorded in the 1970s, this album surprisingly does not feel disjointed or wanting of coherence.
William Broad’s debut release primarily comprised of dance rock tracks with about three standing out for their strong production.
Few debut albums in the history of music have received undeserved critical lashing as much as Cutting Crew’s introductory set did upon its release in 1986.