Steel Wheels was recorded in 1989 by the Air Studios. It was co-produce by Chris Kimsey and Glimmer Twins. The lead single of this album was “Mixed Emotions”. This featured Mick, Keith and Ronnie on the guitar. This was a comeback album that resonated the sentiments of friendships and healing process. The instrumental versions developed by Steel Wheels were also produced. Rolling Stones was an icon in 1960s. However, the band split and each performer in the band had established their unique identity. They were not able to gain critical acclaim as they did earlier. This album was a comeback album for the bank. The sentiments that were echoed in the songs were nostalgia in the 1960s. Each song was about emotions of the band members. There were the emotions of anger, nostalgia, friendship and conflicting emotions of the band members. The appeal of the song leads to a wider far reaching audience. There were operatic overtimes and an interesting element of pop vocal chords that was incorporated. It belonged to the pop and the R&B genre of music. This was a risky move at that time owing to how the music industry expected to have certain conventional norms (Paterson, 2016).. Perhaps the most interesting challenge was the placement of how vocal and its fusion with the music. It is evident that this music was a paradigm change in how the music was presented to the audience. Particularly, Jagger and Richards’ opinions about the construction of music were evident in the way it was portrayed. There is an interesting ambivalent stand that can be observed in this case. These emotions were evident in the album. The 1960s band was able to reconnect with the audience. This was owing to the fact that they had been able to mix the latest technology and also bring emotions of the 1960s. This interesting combination led to the success. One of the main reasons for bringing out the emotions and sentiments was the way in which the songs were arranged and emotions were exemplified. This was largely due to the efforts of the sound engineer. The specific techniques used by Michael Brauer to exemplify the emotions have been explored in the following sections.