I'm going to say this is their best one. I'm not actually a huge Stones fan - I only really like the Jimmy Miller records. But of the bunch, Exile just has the chops. It lacks a single massive tune - no Brown Sugar, no Gimme Shelter, no Sympathy. But as a single unit, it just slams all the way through. So good. The production is my favorite of all the RS records with Jimmy at the desk - Mick is buried in the mix so he's less of a lead, then the howling sax with absolutely zero cheese, the band chugging along like they're actually having a blast, and Keith riffing like a king. And the songs are short, to-the-point, back-to-the-roots blues and gospel, and a little bit of country-rock. Nothing screams "look at me!" and it feels less contrived or egotistical. I have had the album for over twenty years, since I was 20-ish. I've always loved it. Great Sunday morning record. That is all.