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Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?

by Rod Stewart

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Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?

by Rod Stewart

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Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
The problem with Rod Stewart comps is that there seems to be two basic kinds of Stewart fans: those who love his early rock records and those who prefer the winking adult-contemporary lothario. This astute 31-track collection shows that both Rods have merit. The first half of the set is where the real magic lives; cuts such as "Mandolin Wind" and "You Wear It Well" show off Rod's peerless rasp and backing from the Faces. But "The Killing of Georgie" is a soft-rock wonder that shows Rod's other life was worth living, too.

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The problem with Rod Stewart comps is that there seems to be two basic kinds of Stewart fans: those who love his early rock records and those who prefer the winking adult-contemporary lothario. This astute 31-track collection shows that both Rods have merit. The first half of the set is where the real magic lives; cuts such as "Mandolin Wind" and "You Wear It Well" show off Rod's peerless rasp and backing from the Faces. But "The Killing of Georgie" is a soft-rock wonder that shows Rod's other life was worth living, too.

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About This Album

The problem with Rod Stewart comps is that there seems to be two basic kinds of Stewart fans: those who love his early rock records and those who prefer the winking adult-contemporary lothario. This astute 31-track collection shows that both Rods have merit. The first half of the set is where the real magic lives; cuts such as "Mandolin Wind" and "You Wear It Well" show off Rod's peerless rasp and backing from the Faces. But "The Killing of Georgie" is a soft-rock wonder that shows Rod's other life was worth living, too.