|Hot Rocks 1964–1971|
|Greatest hits album by The Rolling Stones|
|Released||20 December 1971|
|Recorded||October 1964 – January 1971|
|Producer||Andrew Loog Oldham, Jimmy Miller, the Rolling Stones, and Glyn Johns|
|The Rolling Stones compilations chronology|
Hot Rocks 1964–1971 is a compilation album by the Rolling Stones released by London Records in December 1971. It became the Rolling Stones' best-selling release of their career and an enduring and popular retrospective. While the album carries most of the band's biggest hits during their first decade, it does drop a few of them to include standout album tracks such as "Play With Fire", "Under My Thumb" and "Gimme Shelter" giving listeners a more well-rounded impression of the Rolling Stones' music in this era.
Hot Rocks 1964–1971 peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 album chart as of October 2018, the album has spent 285 weeks on the chart. The album was certified 12x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, representing sales of six million copies. It is their best-selling album worldwide. The album wasn't released in the UK until 21 May 1990, to coincide with the Urban Jungle Tour, reaching No. 3 and, as of October 2018, it has spent 170 weeks on the UK Top 200.
Robert Christgau rated the album a B-, writing "If you don't like the Stones, this might serve as a sampler... Look, here's how it works. Except for Satanic Majesties, which isn't represented here, all of their '60s studio albums are musts."
All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.
|1.||"Time Is on My Side (guitar intro version)" (Jerry Ragovoy)||The Rolling Stones No. 2 (1965, UK release); organ intro version on 12 X 5 (1964, U.S. release)||3:00|
|2.||"Heart of Stone"||Out of Our Heads (1965, UK release)/The Rolling Stones, Now! (1965, U.S. release)||2:49|
|3.||"Play with Fire" (Nanker Phelge)||Out of Our Heads (1965, U.S. release)||2:13|
|4.||"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"||Out of Our Heads (U.S. release)||3:43|
|5.||"As Tears Go By" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards/Andrew Loog Oldham)||December's Children (And Everybody's) (1965, U.S release)||2:44|
|6.||"Get Off of My Cloud"||December's Children (And Everybody's) (U.S. release)||2:55|
|7.||"Mother's Little Helper"||Aftermath (1966, UK release)||2:44|
|8.||"19th Nervous Breakdown"||Non-album single (1966)||3:56|
|9.||"Paint It, Black"||Aftermath (1966, U.S release)||3:22|
|10.||"Under My Thumb"||Aftermath (Both releases)||3:42|
|11.||"Ruby Tuesday"||Between the Buttons (1967, U.S. release)||3:16|
|12.||"Let's Spend the Night Together"||Between the Buttons (U.S. release)||3:37|
|13.||"Jumpin' Jack Flash"||Non-album single (1968)||3:41|
|14.||"Street Fighting Man"||Beggars Banquet (1968)||3:14|
|15.||"Sympathy for the Devil"||Beggars Banquet||6:18|
|16.||"Honky Tonk Women"||Non-album single||3:00|
|17.||"Gimme Shelter"||Let It Bleed (1969)||4:31|
|18.||"Midnight Rambler" (Live at Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, U.S., 28 November 1969)||Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert (1970); originally from Let It Bleed||9:05|
|19.||"You Can't Always Get What You Want"||Let It Bleed||7:30|
|20.||"Brown Sugar"||Sticky Fingers (1971)||3:48|
|21.||"Wild Horses"||Sticky Fingers||5:42|
All tracks on sides one and two were produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. All tracks on sides three and four were produced by Jimmy Miller, except "Midnight Rambler," which was produced by The Rolling Stones and Glyn Johns.
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