The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks [Disc 2]
Virgin Records  (2002)
Classic Rock, General Rock

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CD    20 tracks  (78:11) 
   01   Start Me Up             03:33
   02   Brown Sugar             03:49
   03   Miss You             03:35
   04   Beast Of Burden             03:27
   05   Don't Stop             03:58
   06   Happy             03:05
   07   Angie             04:31
   08   You Got Me Rocking             03:33
   09   Shattered             03:46
   10   Fool To Cry             04:07
   11   Love Is Strong             03:48
   12   Mixed Emotions             04:01
   13   Keys To Your Love             04:12
   14   Anybody Seen My Baby             04:07
   15   Stealing My Heart             03:42
   16   Tumbling Dice             03:46
   17   Undercover Of The Night             04:13
   18   Emotional Rescue             03:42
   19   It's Only Rock N' Roll             04:10
   20   Losing My Touch             05:06
Details
Katalognummer 72438 13378
UPC (Barcode) 0724381337820
Verpackung Jewel Case
Digital/Analog DDD
Audio-Kanäle Stereo
Mitwirkende
Textautor B. Mink
Notizen
Digitally Remastered 4 new Songs Incl. The Rolling Stones Post Stamps Forty Licks, like Elvis' 30 #1 Hits, is a career-spanning compilation that wouldn't have happened without the unprecedented, blockbuster success of Beatles 1. Where Elvis' set is hurt by the simple fact that there are too many damn Elvis comps on the market, the Rolling Stones benefit greatly from the fact that there has not been any set that chronicles all their recordings, from the '60s through the '90s. It also benefits that this is the concept behind the record - it's meant to be a journey through their biggest songs, not just the number one hits. Of course, the Stones couldn't have had a CD containing just their number ones that spanned one disc, much less two, because they never topped the charts that frequently. This is a liberating thing (compare it to Elvis, which got weighed down with the number ones, resulting in some subpar selections), since it opens the door for almost every Stones song of note to feature on this collection, along with four new songs (not great, but solid songs, all). Sure, there are many great Stones moments missing, and not just fan favorites Beggars Banquet or Exile on Main St., either - "Play With Fire," "2000 Light Years from Home," "Tell Me," "Heart of Stone," "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)," "Lady Jane," "Time Is On My Side," "Waiting on a Friend," "I'm Free," "We Love You" are all missing in action. Thing is, as the disc is playing, you don't miss any of them, and it feels like all the hits are here. At first, the non-chronological order seems to be a mistake, but both discs flow well, especially since they're roughly divided thematically (the first is devoted largely to the '60s, with the rest on the second). Yes, the Stones made great albums that should be in any serious rock collection, but if you just want a summary of their best moments, Forty Licks is it; it does its job as well as Beatles 1 did.