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Love Takes Time - Various - CBS/SONY Hot Tracks 1990 Vol.3 (CD)

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  9. That the album's most famous track, "Like A Rolling Stone," only made it to Number 2 on the Billboard charts back in , ought to tell you something about the record-buying public at large, Beatles or not. Avoid the CBS/Sony CD, which is bright, dry, and short on dynamics.

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