I suspect many Stones fans will be revisiting and renewing their collections following the recent anniversary. Much of the focus will be on their sixties and seventies creative peak; can there be many more bands that were "great" for such a prolonged period? Things petered out somewhat after Some Girls, though Tattoo You is worth having. However, just when you thought things were over, and with the guys now in their fifties, they produced this album. A mix of live performances and re-recordings of earlier material, there's some great stuff in here. I remember at the time reading a review calling this "the album every Stones fan hoped they'd make". I can only agree.