The Rolling Stones Albums



  • Shine A Light Album (4/1/2008)
    Jumping Jack Flash
    Shattered
    She Was Hot
    All Down The Line
    Loving Cup
    As Tears Go By
    Some Girls
    Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
    Far Away Eyes
    Champagne & Reefer
    Tumbling Dice
    You Got The Silver
    Connection
    Sympathy For The Devil
    Live With Me
    Start Me Up
    Brown Sugar
    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    Paint It Black
    Little T & A
    I'm Free
    Shine A Light

  • Rarities 1971-2003 Album (11/21/2005)
    Fancyman Blues
    Tumbling Dice
    Wild Horses
    Beast Of Burden
    Anyway You Look At It
    If I Was A Dancer (Dance Part 2)
    Miss You
    Wish I Never Met You
    I Just Want To Make Love To You
    Mixed Emotions
    Through The Lonely Nights
    Live With Me
    Let It Rock
    Harlem Shuffle
    Mannish Boy
    Thru And Thru

  • A Bigger Bang Album (9/5/2005)
    Rough Justice
    Let Me Down Slow
    It Won't Take Long
    Rain Fall Down
    Streets Of Love
    Back Of My Hand
    She Saw Me Coming
    Biggest Mistake
    This Place Is Empty
    Oh No, Not You Again
    Dangerous Beauty
    Laugh, I Nearly Died
    Sweet Neo Con
    Look What The Cat Dragged In
    Driving Too Fast
    Infamy

  • Live Licks Album (11/2/2004)
    Brown Sugar
    Street Fighting Man
    Paint It Black
    You Can't Always Get What You Want
    Start Me Up
    It's Only Rock 'N Roll (But I Like It)
    Angie
    Honky Tonk Woman
    Happy
    Gimme Shelter
    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    Neighbors
    Monkey Man
    Rocks Off
    Can't You Hear Me Knocking
    That's How Strong My Love Is
    The Nearness Of You
    Beast Of Burden
    When The Whip Comes Down
    Rock Me, Baby
    You Don't Have To Mean It
    Worried About You
    Everybody Needs Someone To Love

  • Forty Licks Album (10/1/2002)
  • Metamorphosis Album (8/27/2002)
  • No Security Album (11/3/1998)
  • Bridges To Babylon Album (9/23/1997)
  • Rock & Roll Circus Album (10/15/1996)
  • Stripped Album (11/4/1995)
  • Voodoo Lounge Album (7/12/1994)
  • Flashpoint Album (4/1/1991)
  • Steel Wheels Album (8/1/1989)
  • Dirty Work Album (3/1/1986)
  • Undercover Album (11/7/1983)
  • Still Life (American Concert) Album (6/1/1982)
  • Tattoo You Album (8/30/1981)
  • Sucking In The 70's Album (3/21/1981)
  • Emotional Rescue Album (6/23/1980)
  • Some Girls Album (6/9/1978)
  • Love You Live Album (9/23/1977)
  • Black And Blue Album (4/20/1976)
  • Made In The Shade Album (4/1/1975)
  • It's Only Rock & Roll Album (10/18/1974)
  • Goats Head Soup Album (8/31/1973)
  • More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) Album (11/1/1972)
  • Exile On Main St. (Rarities Edition) Album (5/12/1972)
  • Exile On Main Street Album (5/12/1972)
  • Hot Rocks 1964-1971 Album (1/1/1972)
  • Sticky Fingers Album (4/23/1971)
  • Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! Album (9/4/1970)
  • Let It Bleed Album (11/28/1969)
  • Through The Past(Big Hits V.2) Album (9/1/1969)
  • Big Hits Vol. 2 (Through The Past, Darkly) Album (4/1/1969)
  • Beggar's Banquet Album (11/1/1968)
  • Their Satanic Majesties Request Album (11/1/1967)
  • Flowers Album (6/1/1967)
  • Between The Buttons Album (1/1/1967)
  • Got Live If You Want It Album (11/4/1966)
  • Aftermath Album (6/1/1966)
  • Big Hits (High Tide & Green Grass) Album (3/1/1966)
  • December's Children (And Everybody's) Album (12/1/1965)
  • Out Of Our Heads Album (8/1/1965)
  • The Rolling Stones, Now! Album (4/1/1965)
  • 12 X 5 Album (10/17/1964)
  • The Rolling Stones Album (5/30/1964)

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    Reviews about The Rolling Stones albums
    greatist band in history | Reviewer: bruce g
        ------ About the album Sucking In The 70's performed by The Rolling Stones

    This is another example of why i think the rolling stones will never be topped and im so fortunate to have been born in an era that created such great music, it will never happen again, so its like this, black crowes was close, my hats off to them but its not RS or LED ZEPP!!!!!!

    Listen to it, it is 100% worth it. | Reviewer: NG
        ------ About the album Their Satanic Majesties Request performed by The Rolling Stones

    I bought this album as soon as it came out in 67, my misunderstanding is why this album has no repercusion amongst Rolling Stones's fans. For me, along with Beggar's Banquet, is the best RS ambum ever. They never made again this kind of music; but to me, it is awsome.

    Reviewer: brian | Reviewer: brian
        ------ About the album Aftermath performed by The Rolling Stones

    This is the first album composed entirely by Mick and Keith, also Brian Jones is at the height of his musical powers in this, he plays sitar, marimabas, bells, harpsichord, and other exotic instruments that made this album worth hearing. Also the first Stones album in true stereo!

    Stones--Forty Licks LP | Reviewer: Rueben B..Crazy
        ------ About the album Forty Licks performed by The Rolling Stones

    Great Fantastic Stones album..Ah_but aren't they all. This is a magnificant collection of Rolling Stones "Greatest Hits". Highly recommend it to any Stone's fan. Recommend even more so to non-Stone's fan and/or people with a limited Stone's music collection-if not big fan before-you will be after listening to this--they've penned so so many awesome songs-almost forget about some-this'll bring ya back. Hap-py Rolling Stones-ing !!

    High tides and green grass | Reviewer: stewart
        ------ About the album Big Hits Vol. 2 (Through The Past, Darkly) performed by The Rolling Stones

    If you like classic stones this an album you must buy. I grew up on the stones and had this LP as a young fella. Unfortunately it went missing so I recently bought it again and can't get enough of it.

    let bleed album | Reviewer: patrick mcknight
        ------ About the album Let It Bleed performed by The Rolling Stones

    Hey this is the very best the stone ever laid down, although the first time i heard the album was at the forum in L.A.in 69 ,,, WOW it was so freaking crazy my friend thought Jagger was Satan and went back to the car,homeboy will never know what he really missed that night .the best ever
    peace & happiness
    The sugarbear

    High Tide and Green Graa | Reviewer: Bernice
        ------ About the album Hot Rocks 1964-1971 performed by The Rolling Stones

    These are songs I'm looking for Have you seen your, mother, baby stasnding in the sahdow, Paint it black, It all over now,The last tim, Heart of stone, Not fade away, Come on, (I cant't get no) satisfaction, Got offof my cloud, As Tears go by, 19th Nervous Breakdown, Lady Jane, Time is on my side, and Liddtle Red Rooster.

    great memories | Reviewer: stewart
        ------ About the album Big Hits (High Tide & Green Grass) performed by The Rolling Stones

    I remember listening to this album with my mates when I was a young tacker (I am an old tacker now). It was probably one of the most influential album of it's time and gave us many hours of enjoyment singing to the songs and rocking to that unique Stones beat. Love it!!

    High Tides Indeed | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Big Hits (High Tide & Green Grass) performed by The Rolling Stones

    One of the most recognizable and aptly titled albums by the Stones. The disc features the (overplayed - but still amazing) "{I can't get no} Satisfaction", the hauntingly bluesy "Last Time", and "Get off of my Cloud". This later song easily as much as a generational breaker as the WHO's "My Generation".
    The disc also features some country-rock in the form of "All over Now", a precursor to "Honky Tonk Woman". 5 Stars.

    Stones explore four sides of r&b | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Exile On Main Street performed by The Rolling Stones

    Being sixteen at the time of its initial release I saved up the three pounds something and bought this amazing album. The thundering intro of Rocks Off is still capable of blowing you away. For me it has to be Let It Loose to name one of many on this set. I only just discovered that some tracks were left off making me wonder what other gems have gone unheard. Its ironic that producer Jimmy Miller was around at the same time as Mick Taylor when their best work was made. It seems exile and drugs brought out the best in them.


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