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Rocks Off On Novogate


Having been around for close to five decades, the Rolling Stones have created some of the most prominent music in rock and roll today and have helped set the stage for defining the genre. Much of the music of the Rolling Stones is timeless and, at times, creatively edgy and harsh in its visually stimulating and tantalizing lyricism.

It is, therefore, arguably difficult to pinpoint this musical creativity in just one or two Rolling Stones songs, but many fans have chosen the song "Rocks Off" as one of the best Rolling Stones songs ever written, recorded and sung on stage. To that end, there was even a dedicated Rolling Stones message board called Rocks Off on Novogate.

Novogate was a message board provider for commercial businesses -- given how big the Rolling Stones are, they are certainly big business -- but they have since closed so the message board Rocks Off on Novogate was actually moved to its own server and is now listed simply as Rocks Off... this is keeping in line with the original web master's (the person who began the message board) tribute to the highly interesting song, "Rocks Off".

The Rocks Off message board discusses all things related to the Rolling Stones including the prized concert set lists -- where every night could bring Rolling Stones medley alive as the band strummed mightily and drummed rhythmically -- art galleries, information on the magazines covers the Rolling Stones adorned, the various sidemen and side-women that played, sang and danced with the Rolling Stones throughout their career and many, many other categories that the quintessential Rolling Stones fan can spend hours perusing happily.

Given the very nature of the Rolling Stones and the fact that they have produced great and intriguing music for so long, it is no surprise, then, that there are places on the Internet -- previously such as Rocks Off on Novogate and currently on its own dedicated server -- for fans to gather and discuss all things Rolling Stones.

Too, having been around for close to five decades and spending almost every day during that time on some tour or another, there is quite a considerable amount for their fans to actually discuss. It is no wonder why such places are a resounding success.

 

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