. This comment is not for educating you to what " Rolling Stones " is .
Those were the days my friend, we thought they'd never end...if you grew up with the 'Stones, you will enjoy singing along to this CD
OK, who needs this? By my rough count, this is the 48, 231st Stones compilation. For my money (which those rich jerks totally want), the only worthwhile compilation is the 3-disc set "The London Years," which collects all their early singles. It's not that the songs aren't good, but the Stones fan will already have them all and the novice should start somewhere else. It is useful to chart their evolution and downfall. Somewhere in the middle of disc 2, they set up camp in Sucksville. Tellingly, there are only 10 songs from the last 3 decades. They do throw in a new song, "Doom and Gloom," in which they sound more alive than they have in years. But you don't need to buy this to get that song, do you? The indifferent packaging (no liner notes, only a few photos, no song info) lets you know that this is a cynical, unnecessary collection.
Follows up where the last compilation left off which is back in 2002 which was titled "Forty Licks" which tags along 'Don't Stop' for the ride on THIS compilation which then boasts 'Doom and Gloom' and 'One More Shot' as the NEWEST material released; If there was a 3-disc set, in which there should, this 2-disc set didn't include another classic gem known as UNDER MY THUMB but at least other trax like 'Street Fighting Man'; 'Gimme Shelter'; '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'; 'Jumpin' Jack Flash'; 'You Can't Always Get What You Want'; 'Sympathy for the Devil'; 'Wild Horses'; 'Ruby Tuesday'; 'Paint It, Black'; and 'Honky Tonk Women' are the best classic gems in the post-Brian Jones music era, ever. "Forty Licks" is better, but if you're DIEHARD enough, try this on for size.
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