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Rolling Stones ... I go Wild

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Published on Dec 6, 2008

A little known toon....but not bad for a bunch of 50 year olds........I Go Wild

Comments • 24

Learsi Oyorra
That building right there is in Mexico City known as Lecumberri Black Palace built between 1885 and 1900 also used like a prison till 1976. To be more specific, that exact building on the video was a chapel and a hospital for leprous people built in 1522 by Hernan Cortez. The neighborhood is called San Lazaro and the people at church were named Lazarinos. At XX century was used as a warehouse for Clemente Jacques company and outside like a parking lot. Nowadays and nearby that church, the prison is using as a General Archives of the Nation. Hope my information was useful and sorry about my english.
Bing HarrellVEVO
This music video was filmed in Mexico City... in a place called Lecumberri :D
Loss Orderly
ThAT GUy JaggER always inspires
lewis cook
the bb gen were the 666 computer tv radio controlled ww3 gen but ww3 did not come so what with ww 3 bb gen 4+ billion tv made mistakes
Greg Carr
I saw them in 94 in Vancouver also! Check out alt.rock-n-roll.stones in Google to find all sorts of Rolling Stones news.
John Steele
in my opinion one of their best to date! nice stuff! just discovered it a few monthes back and Luv it...gonna karaoke it...yeah..I'll play the fool because of "the attitude" the song brings....luv it indeed...
Yellow4494
Not bad for a bunch of 50 year olds? Um 50 year olds make better music than any of our little teeny boppers out there making crap music today. 
madferit1993
Although A Bigger Bang is my least favourite, I have to agree with you about Voodoo Lounge. Dont you think the stones need to start doing 10 track albums again? If you trim the lesser tracks from those 3 albums they can be turned from "Good" to "very good".
stewajf
I celebrate the whole Rolling Stones catalog. A Bigger Bang is their strongest recording of the ones you mention, but Voodoo is close. Among the very good songs on Voodoo, there are too many clunkers. They definitely should have put Jump On Top Of Me on the recording before Suck On The Jugular.
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