Also, I've been revisiting some of the later period Stones albums lately and I'd say Voodoo Lounge and A Bigger Bang are better Stones albums than Fly From Here is a Yes album. They just both suffer a little from being too long. Of course I've also reached the conclusion that Emotional Rescue is criminally underrated. It's not Sticky Fingers, but I am borderline shocked at how much I'm liking that one right now. I think ER just gets a bad rap from the more reactionary rock faction of Stones fans who hear the new wave, funk and disco influences and instantly dismiss it without digging in, but the album has this frenetic, raw, edgy weirdness to it that I find extremely appealing.