|1. Dance (Pt. 1)|
|2. Summer Romance|
|3. Send It To Me|
|4. Let Me Go|
|5. Indian Girl|
|6. Where The Boys Go|
|7. Down In The Hole|
|8. Emotional Rescue|
|9. She's So Cold|
|10. All About You|
"Emotional Rescue" does, however, have a number of highlights. "She's So Cold" is a great rocker in league with "Start Me Up" and "Brown Sugar". "Let Me Go" is a nice country - style number that was one of the few highlights of their 1981 tour. The funk - laden title track (Billboard # 3) is a great dance song, as good as "Miss You". Finally, there's the Keith - sung ballad "All About You", which ranks as his best love song and second - best song overall (after "Happy").
On the downside, there's a number of low points. "Indian Girl" can draw you in with enough listens, but is lyrically and musically bizarre. "Dance (Pt. 1)" may be the worst song they ever did, and thankfully the second part was never released. "Summer Romance" and "Where The Boys Go" are bombastic, while "Send It To Me" and "Down In The Hole" are horrible reggae attempts.
Overall, not their best efforts. Some songs shine above the rest, but this is not top notch level Stones material.
They chose the lesser path, and split the views of their fans.
It's a really good cd -- even Indian Girl!
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