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What are their best songs not featured on that album?, IYO.

Track Listing

Side one

1. "Time Is on My Side" – 2:59

2. "Heart of Stone" – 2:49

3. "Play With Fire" – 2:13

4. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" – 3:43

5. "As Tears Go By" – 2:44

6. "Get off of My Cloud" – 2:55

Side two

1. "Mother's Little Helper" – 2:44

2. "19th Nervous Breakdown" – 3:56

3. "Paint It, Black" – 3:23

4. "Under My Thumb" – 3:42

5. "Ruby Tuesday" – 3:16

6. "Let's Spend the Night Together" – 3:37

Side three

1. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" – 3:41

2. "Street Fighting Man" – 3:14

3. "Sympathy for the Devil" – 6:18

4. "Honky Tonk Women" – 3:00

5. "Gimme Shelter" – 4:31

Side four

1. "Midnight Rambler" (Live) – 9:14

2. "You Can't Always Get What You Want" – 7:28

3. "Brown Sugar" – 3:49

4. "Wild Horses" – 5:44

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I'm pretty fond of the songs from "More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)" (1972). ;)

Side one

"Tell Me" – 3:48

"Not Fade Away" – 1:48

"The Last Time" – 3:41

"It's All Over Now" – 3:27

"Good Times, Bad Times" – 2:30

"I'm Free" – 2:24

Side two

"Out of Time" – 3:42

"Lady Jane" – 3:08

"Sittin' On a Fence" – 3:03

"Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?" – 2:35

"Dandelion" – 3:32

"We Love You" – 4:22

Side three

"She's a Rainbow" – 4:12

"2000 Light Years from Home" – 4:45

"Child of the Moon" – 3:10

"No Expectations" – 3:56

"Let It Bleed" – 5:28

Side four

"What to Do" – 2:33

"Fortune Teller" – 2:18

"Poison Ivy" (Version 1) – 2:34

"Come On" – 1:48

"Money" – 2:32

"Bye Bye Johnnie" – 2:10

"I Can't Be Satisfied" – 3:28

"Long, Long While" – 3:01

Sorry, I couldn't resist. :D I think there are too many songs for me to name individual ones. And too many are considered favorites. I wouldn't know where to begin. If I name one, I'm leaving out 2 others. :P

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I love everything on "Exile On Main St.", "Let It Bleed" and "Beggars Banquet".

Me too. And also on Sticky Fingers, Goat' s Head Soup, It's Only rock&roll, Metamorphosis, Aftermath, Decembers Children, Between the Buttons, Through The Past Darkly, etc.

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Through The Past Darkly" :thumbsup: I had that one...And "Exile On Main Street" it was a little unfocused but still a great album...Rip This Joint,Sweet Virginia,Rocks Off...And I just heard 2000 Light Years From Home...on the radio of all places

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If you're really interested in the Stones' best stuff, here's a nice looooong list of some of the best stuff AFTER 1971...

(from Exile on Main Street - 1972)

Shine A Light

All Down The Line

Torn and Frayed

Ventilator Blues

Sweet Virginia

Sweet Black Angel

Loving Cup

Soul Survivor

(from Goats Head Soup - 1973)

Dancing With Mr. D.

100 Years Ago

Heartbreaker

Silver Train

Star Star

(from It's Only Rock N' Roll - 1974)

If You Can't Rock Me

Time Waits For No One

Luxury

Till The Next Goodbye

Dance Little Sister

Fingerprint File

Short and Curlies

(from Black and Blue - 1976)

HAND OF FATE :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:

Crazy Mama

Hey Negrita

Memory Motel

Fool To Cry

(from Some Girls - 1978)

the whole f***ing album!

(from Emotional Rescue - 1980)

Let Me Go

She's So Cold

Send It To Me

Down In The Hole

Indian Girl

(from Tattoo You - 1981)

Neighbors

Worried About You

Tops

Little T&A

Slave

(pretty much all the songs from the album that you HAVEN'T heard)

(from Undercover - 1983)

All The Way Down

Undercover Of The Night

She Was Hot

Wanna Hold You

Too Much Blood

(from Dirty Work - 1986)

One Hit (To The Body) :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:

(ahh, that's about it...that album kinda sucked.)

(from Steel Wheels - 1989)

Sad Sad Sad

Can't Be Seen

Rock In A Hard Place

Almost Hear You Sigh

(from Voodoo Lounge - 1994)

Love Is Strong

You Got Me Rocking

Sparks Will Fly

Out Of Tears

Moon Is Up

Blinded By Rainbows

Suck On The Jugular

(from Bridges To Babylon - 1997)

Out Of Control

Saint Of Me

Flip The Switch

(from A Bigger Bang - 2005)

Oh No, Not You Again

It Won't Take Long

Streets Of Love

Biggest Mistake

Sweet Neo Con

Let Me Down Slow

There's some other good ones on every album, but these are the best. Rock on, my brother!

:afro: :afro: :afro: :rockon: :rockon: :rockon: :rockon:

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England's Newest Hitmakers is the 1964 US debut album from the Stones. This is my favorite era.

"Not Fade Away" (Buddy Holly/Norman Petty) 1:48

2. "Route 66" (Bobby Troup) 2:20

3. "I Just Want to Make Love to You" (Willie Dixon) 2:17

4. "Honest I Do" (Jimmy Reed) 2:09

5. "Now I've Got a Witness" (Nanker Phelge) 2:29

6. "Little by Little" (Nanker Phelge/Phil Spector) 2:39

Side two

7. "I'm a King Bee" (Slim Harpo) 2:35

8. "Carol" (Chuck Berry) 2:33

9. "Tell Me" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) 4:05

10. "Can I Get a Witness" (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland) 2:55

11. "You Can Make It If You Try" (Ted Jarrett) 2:01

12. "Walking the Dog" (Rufus Thomas)

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I may be the odd one out, but I like "Anybody Seen My Baby" from Bridges to Babylon.

and Miss You is easily one of my top 5 favorites, it was even on my first PTT.

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Rocks Off, 3rd best song on Exile (first best according to wife B) and their most underrated song. Tumbling Dice, Happy, plus I have a childhood soft spot for a lot of Black And Blue.

LBB

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If you tied me down and forced me to pick a favorite Stones song, it would probably be "Shine A Light".

Well I WAS gonna do that but I guess you already did it for me.

Thanks a lot. Ruined my weekend. I had the ropes and everything.

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:thumbsup: and "Can't You Hear Me Knockin" just love the guitar riff :guitar: and the funky vocal harmonies

I love CYHMK until it descends into lounge music weirdness, like bad Santana. Very very strange. I think it's really an embarrassing moment.

LBB

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Unfortunately, he's not the only great artist who's guilty of this either.

Has Carlos Santana ever played lounge music?

Now I'm confused :confused:

I just like CYHMK and the guitar solo is good... :guitar:

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