The Rolling Stones Discography
Hackney Diamonds, the hugely anticipated new album by The Rolling Stones, is released on October 20th. Following the release of 2016's Grammy Award winning Blue & Lonesome, which featured brilliant versions of blues tracks that helped shape their sound, Hackney Diamonds marks the band’s first studio album of original material since 2005's A Bigger Bang.
Between The Buttons marked a high point in the band’s career – arguably the richest straight pop collection The Rolling Stones ever made. The U.S. version includes the hits “Let’s Spend The Night Together” and “Ruby Tuesday,” and includes Keith’s first solo vocal on “Something Happened To Me Yesterday.” Brian Jones’ talents as a multi-instrumentalist are showcased with accordion, electric dulcimer, kazoo, marimba, organ, piano, recorder, and theremin. 180-gram LP.
The 1966 album represented a milestone for The Rolling Stones as it was the first to consist solely of Jagger/Richards original songs. The U.S. version was fleshed out with hit single classics like “Paint It Black,” an eerily insistent #1 hit graced by some of the best-ever use of sitar (played by Brian Jones). Aftermath also strongly features the baroque charm of “Lady Jane.” 180-gram LP.
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The Rolling Stones performed one of the largest free concerts in history, playing in front of 1.5 million people in Rio de Janeiro on February 18, 2006. Recorded during their A Bigger Bang World Tour, this concert has been fully remastered and includes 4 previously unreleased tracks, "Tumbling Dice," "Oh No, Not You Again," "This Place Is Empty," and "Sympathy For The Devil." Limited Edition Clear 3 LP.
The Rolling Stones celebrated their golden anniversary in 2012 and 2013 by embarking on the 50 & Counting Tour, a 30-show itinerary for North America and Europe. On December 15, 2012, the band took the stage at Newark, New Jersey’s Prudential Center for the final of 4 shows in the New York area. Featuring guest spots from The Black Keys, Gary Clark Jr., Lady Gaga, John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, and Mick Taylor, the concert proved to be one of the most memorable shows in the band’s history.
The Rolling Stones In Mono (Limited Color Edition) features the entirety of the band’s 1960s studio output, each pressed on a different color. 14 original mono albums are included in this set, including UK and US versions of Out Of Our Heads and Aftermath. Also included is the special collection Stray Cats, a 2-LP set incorporating every 1960s Rolling Stones track that isn’t on the other 14 albums. This limited-edition numbered box set includes a 48-page booklet with an essay by David Fricke.
Released in 1967, Their Satanic Majesties Request is saturated with studio effects, non-traditional instruments, ambient sounds, string arrangements, and percussive devices. “Citadel” foreshadowed the direction toward straight-forward rock the Stones would take. “2000 Light Years from Home,” and “She’s a Rainbow,” capture them in all their psychedelic glory, while “Sing This All Together,” “Gomper,” and “On with the Show,” move from traditional song structure to freeform freakout! 180-gram black 2 LP.
Hot Rocks 1964-1971 is the Rolling Stones’ first anthology and one of their all-time best sellers. The album’s 21 tracks feature most of the band’s biggest hits, including “Get Off My Cloud,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” While the emphasis is on the hits, Hot Rocks also includes several iconic album tracks such as “Play With Fire,” “Under My Thumb,” and “Gimme Shelter.” This 2 LP set is pressed on 180-gram black vinyl.
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A legendary event in the incredible 60-year history of the Rolling Stones is available for the first time in-full. ‘Live At The El Mocambo’ marks the first official appearance of the group’s two famous secret concerts at the 300-capacity Toronto club in March 1977. It features the Stones’ full set from the March 5 show, plus three bonus tracks from the March 4 gig, newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain. Now available on 4LP black vinyl housed in a die cut slipcase with etching.
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! holds the distinction of being the first live album by any artist to have reached #1 on the U.K. charts. Recorded at Madison Square Garden in New York City on November 27 and 28, 1969, it is considered The Rolling Stones' finest live album. It was their first release featuring guitarist Mick Taylor who had joined several months earlier. Included are such hits as "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Street Fighting Man," and "Sympathy for the Devil." 180-gram black vinyl.
Tattoo You celebrates 40 years with the release of a brand new 180g black 2LP vinyl in gatefold sleeve version of the album which includes the newly remastered album alongside Lost & Found, a brand new collection of nine previously unreleased songs from the period of the album’s original release, newly completed and enhanced with additional vocals and guitar by the band. Among these, “Living In The Heart Of Love” is a quintessential Stones rock workout.
Having not hit the road for most of the 80s, The Steel Wheels Tour was an astounding return for the Rolling Stones, not least as it was the longest they had by that point undertaken. It was also to be their last with Bill Wyman. Steel Wheels Live was recorded towards the end of the band's 60-date run through the stadiums of North America, in the second half of 1989. Special guest appearances from Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Eric Clapton and John Lee Hooker. Limited Edition Color Pressing.
Another prized jewel in the Rolling Stones' unmatched catalogue is restored to its full glory. This limited edition Deluxe vinyl box set features the new stereo album mix, sourced from the original session files + Rarities & Alternative mixes including three previously unreleased tracks, Scarlet, All The Rage & Criss Cross. Mastered at half speed by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios, London. Also included is The Brussels Affair, recorded live at the Forest National Arena in October 1973 and pressed on 180g vinyl.
Also Available: Remastered Catalogue + Living In A Ghost Town
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing housed in gatefold jacket. Originally released in 2005, now remastered and cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. This album features the singles 'Streets Of Love', 'Rough Justice', 'Rain Fall Down' and 'Biggest Mistake'.
Originally released in 1976, now remastered & cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. Pressed on heavyweight 180-gram black vinyl with gatefold packaging, this album features the singles `Fool To Cry' and `Hot Stuff'.
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing housed in gatefold jacket. Originally released in 1997, now remastered and cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. This album features the singles 'Anybody Seen My Baby', 'Saint Of Me' and 'Out Of Control'.
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Originally released in 1986, now remastered & cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. Pressed on heavyweight 180-gram black vinyl, this album features the singles `Harlem Shuffle' and `One Hit (To The Body)".
Originally released in 1980, now remastered & cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. Pressed on heavyweight 180-gram black vinyl, this album features the singles `Emotional Rescue' and `She's So Cold'.