I've always thought "Some Girls" was more punkish in some sense. It was more modern in a way while not coming off over-produced and layered. The Richards song is a really good one as he sings it in a drowsy, laid back tone.
I agree that some of the tracks had a punk edge to them. I didn't mention that as I didn't feel like posting a in-depth review for various reasons. Your use of "urban" in your earlier post is excellent on a musical level but also for me, on a imagery level as well. When I listen to this album, then and now, I picture NYC on a hot muggy evening in the dog days of August.
I agree, ''Disco Sucks'', and that's for another thread. But please don't put The Rolling Stones on the same level as The Bee Gees - not even for a second.
''Miss You'', if anything, is a light disco song - nothing comapared to ******** disco of that time, or the flakey The Bee Gees.
I'd even go as far as saying ''Miss You'' was more of a pop song, than a dico song -- it didn't have that heavy annoying disco beat.
I can't fulfil your request Groovy as I will put any artist/track on any level I want. I appreciate your civil manner in asking me the question.