The Rolling Stones are probably the only ones who didn’t have that many mistakes in their career. Or that’s something that only we fans talk about. On top of that, the debate about The Rolling Stones copying The Beatles was always a headline for the news departments.
The Rolling Stones were very disapproving of their own music. They often times diss themselves, and most of them don’t even like their own song. But they have to be taken as jokes too. Same that way, there is an album that both Mick Jagger and Keith Richards hate.
The infamous album is their 1967 ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request.’ They both called that album garbage. According to Jagger, “There’s a lot of rubbish on ‘Satanic Majesties‘”. He added, “Just too much time on our hands, too many drugs, no producer to tell us, ‘Enough already, thank you very much.’”
The more was explained in an interview with Rolling Stone in 1995. In an article by Rolling Stone, Mick was asked about the album. He replied, “I probably started to take too many drugs.” Jagger also added,
“Well, it’s not very good. It had interesting things on it, but I don’t think any of the songs are very good. It’s a bit like Between the Buttons. It’s a sound experience, really, rather than a song experience. There’s two good songs on it: “She’s a Rainbow,” which we didn’t do on the last tour, although we almost did, and “2000 Light Years From Home,” which we did do. The rest of them are nonsense.”