Although Faithfull is best known for her relationship with Mick Jagger and inspiring the Rolling Stones hit “Sympathy for the Devil,” she’s had quite a consistent solo career that’s been under constant reinvention—just take note of the differences between her 1979 new wave-y album Broken English and her more bluesy 1987 album Strange Weather. However, one thing has remained constant throughout the five decades of her career: She’s considered one of the most prepossessing singers in music history.