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Rolling Stones Vinyl Box Set: 1971-2005 [VINYL] Box set, Limited Edition, Original recording remastered

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  • Vinyl (22 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 14
  • Format: Box set, Limited Edition, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B00461MY26
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 169,203 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Brown Sugar
  2. Sway
  3. Wild Horses
  4. Can't You Hear Me Knocking
  5. You Gotta Move
  6. Bitch
  7. I Got the Blues
  8. Sister Morphine
  9. Dead Flowers
  10. Moonlight Mile

Disc: 2

  1. Rocks Off
  2. Rip This Joint
  3. Shake Your Hips
  4. Casino Boogie
  5. Tumbling Dice
  6. Sweet Virginia
  7. Torn and Frayed
  8. Sweet Black Angel
  9. Loving Cup

Disc: 3

  1. Happy
  2. Turd On the Run
  3. Ventilator Blues
  4. I Just Want to See His Face
  5. Let It Loose
  6. All Down the Line
  7. Stop Breaking Down
  8. Shine a Light
  9. Soul Survivor
  10. Star Star

Disc: 4

  1. Dancing With Mr. D
  2. 100 Years Ago
  3. Coming Down Again
  4. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
  5. Angie
  6. Silver Train
  7. Hide Your Love
  8. Winter
  9. Can You Hear the Music?

Disc: 5

  1. If You Can't Rock Me
  2. Ain't Too Proud to Beg
  3. It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)
  4. Till the Next Goodbye
  5. Time Waits for No One
  6. Luxury
  7. Dance Little Sister
  8. If You Really Want to Be My Friend
  9. Short and Curlies
  10. Fingerprint File

Disc: 6

  1. Hot Stuff
  2. Hand of Fate
  3. Cherry Oh Baby
  4. Memory Motel
  5. Hey Negrita
  6. Melody
  7. Fool to Cry
  8. Crazy Mama

Disc: 7

  1. Miss You
  2. When the Whip Comes Down
  3. Imagination
  4. Some Girls
  5. Lies
  6. Far Away Eyes
  7. Respectable
  8. Before They Make Me Run
  9. Beast of Burden
  10. Shattered

Disc: 8

  1. Dance (Pt. 1)
  2. Summer Romance
  3. Send It to Me
  4. Let Me Go
  5. Indian Girl
  6. Where the Boys Go
  7. Down in the Hole
  8. Emotional Rescue
  9. She's So Cold
  10. All About You

Disc: 9

  1. Start Me Up
  2. Hang Fire
  3. Slave
  4. Little T&A
  5. Black Limousine
  6. Neighbours
  7. Worried About You
  8. Tops
  9. Heaven
  10. No Use in Crying
  11. Waiting On a Friend

Disc: 10

  1. Undercover of the Night
  2. She Was Hot
  3. Tie You Up (The Pain of Love)
  4. Wanna Hold You
  5. Feel On Baby
  6. Too Much Blood
  7. Pretty Beat Up
  8. Too Tough
  9. All the Way Down
  10. It Must Be Hell

Disc: 11

  1. One Hit (To the Body)
  2. Fight
  3. Harlem Shuffle
  4. Hold Back
  5. Too Rude
  6. Winning Ugly
  7. Back to Zero
  8. Dirty Work
  9. Had It With You
  10. Sleep Tonight
  11. Key to the Highway

Disc: 12

  1. Sad Sad Sad
  2. Mixed Emotions
  3. Terrifying
  4. Hold On to Your Hat
  5. Hearts for Sale
  6. Blinded By Love
  7. Rock and a Hard Place
  8. Can't Be Seen
  9. Almost Hear You Sigh
  10. Continental Drift
  11. Break the Spell
  12. Slipping Away

Disc: 13

  1. Love Is Strong
  2. You Got Me Rocking
  3. Sparks Will Fly
  4. The Worst
  5. New Faces
  6. Moon Is Up
  7. Out of Tears

Disc: 14

  1. I Go Wild
  2. Brand New Car
  3. Sweethearts Together
  4. Suck On the Jugular
  5. Blinded By Rainbows
  6. Baby Break It Down
  7. Thru and Thru

Disc: 15

  1. Flip the Switch
  2. Anybody Seen My Baby?
  3. Low Down
  4. Already Over Me
  5. Gunface
  6. You Don't Have to Mean It
  7. Out of Control

Disc: 16

  1. Saint of Me
  2. Might As Well Get Juiced
  3. Always Suffering
  4. Too Tight
  5. Thief in the Night
  6. How Can I Stop

Disc: 17

  1. Rough Justice
  2. Let Me Down Slow
  3. It Won't Take Long
  4. Rain Fall Down
  5. Streets of Love
  6. Back of My Hand
  7. She Saw Me Coming
  8. Biggest Mistake

Disc: 18

  1. This Place Is Empty
  2. Oh No, Not You Again
  3. Dangerous Beauty
  4. Laugh, I Nearly Died
  5. Sweet Neo Con
  6. Look What the Cat Dragged In
  7. Driving Too Fast
  8. Infamy

Product Description

For the very first time in the history of The Rolling Stones, ABKCO Records and Universal Music Group have joined forces to offer two vinyl box set collections spanning over 40 years of The Rolling Stones’ career. This Rolling Stones 1971-2005 vinyl box set offers the consumer a wealth of great Rolling Stones music, much of which hasn’t been available on vinyl for a considerable period of time.

The world really was The Rolling Stones’ oyster in the seventies, as their escapades made headlines around the world from the French Riviera to Switzerland and via the U.S. and Canada. They performed groundbreaking concerts in arenas and moved effortlessly into open-air stadiums. They stuck their collective tongue out at the British establishment and became citizens of the world. They set up their own label and made the most of their new-found artistic freedom and, most importantly, they issued a series of definitive studio albums: Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main Street, Goats Head Soup, It’s Only Rock ’n’ Roll, Black And Blue and Some Girls. They partied at Studio 54, came up with dance-floor hits "Miss You" and "Emotional Rescue", and recorded in Paris, Nassau, Jamaica and New York.

The eighties saw the band push the envelope further still, working with jazz great Sonny Rollins, film directors Julien Temple and Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and producers Chris Kimsey and Steve Lillywhite on classics such as Emotional Rescue, Tattoo You, Undercover, Dirty Work and Steel Wheels. Throughout the next two decades they filmed with Scorsese, recorded with Don Was and released further groundbreaking albums--Voodoo Lounge and Bridges To Babylon, right up to 2005’s triumphant A Bigger Bang.

• Strictly limited edition collectors’ box set, individually numbered
• Includes 14 re-mastered studio albums from Sticky Fingers (1971) to A Bigger Bang (2005) as well as the brand new re-mastered version of Exile On Main St.
• All titles manufactured with 180 gram heavyweight vinyl

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This super heavy and expensive box set Have a beautiful numbered case but inside contains an horribile surprise.
The albums covers by Rolling Stones Are reprinted with cheap paper and faded colours. The quality is quite similar to fake chinese prints.
For example The covers of "Some Girls" (without the shaped faces) and "Sticky fingers" (without the legendary zip invented by andy warhol) are absolutely ridiculous.
Universal Music in Europe must check the beautilul paper sleeve mini LP cd's created in Japan...
For the Price requested this box is scandalous!
Positive is the Good quality of the 180 grams vinyls and the coupon to' download the entire songs in mp3
This review is written for both vinyl box set by Rolling Stones released that included all albums of the band.
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all i can say is just go and buy it. even if you have the originals you need this box set to. A must have for stones collectors
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Got the original well-played vinyl?

Got the original CDs?

Got the remastered CDs?

Then sorry but you'll have to save up for these too. Can't be missed by Stones addicts.

You might need a new record player too - I just got the Rega RP1 which goes with these brilliantly.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a66a078) out of 5 stars Excellent Vinyl 27 Nov. 2010
By J. Interlandi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl
Why are there no reviews for this set? Why the huge daily price fluctuations? Will these be released individually? Questions abound regarding this box set.

One thing I can tell you, though, is that this vinyl sounds wonderful. Very clean and smooth, warm midranges. Much better than my original LPs (which admittedly I bought used and not in audiophile condition). I like the match of the new DSD remasters with engineering for vinyl - seems to reveal less of the compression, brickwalling, and other artifacts that people have been complaining about with the CD releases. I happen to like the recent CD releases, though, but I feel that the vinyl offers a richer experience.

I do have to say I was not thrilled with having to buy all the post Tattoo You releases, which I just don't consider "classic" but of course that is my bias and probably arbitrary on my part. Still it was worth it to get such a run of great albums (the earlier half of the set) on a beautiful set of media.

In case anyone is wondering, the Exile on Main Street in this set is not the same packaging as the deluxe release (different sleeve etc.) but it fits in with the rest of the set.

If you have the means, this is definitely a worthy consideration.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a66a1c8) out of 5 stars Delighted and Psyched!! 30 Nov. 2010
By Tome Raider - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I just received both of the box sets today and I have to say I'm enormously relieved. The negative reviews of the packaging of these had scared me. Let's face it: this is quite a bit of money here, especially during the holidays. And, if you delay, you wonder will they still be available into the New Year? Will the price be the same? It's all kind of a gamble, isn't it?? The price could go down, but with the Stones I don't think it will go down much. (Both boxes are numbered on the bottom, but they don't indicate out of how many total printed. I presume it is a big number, but I expect the world-wide demand for these will be significant.)

First, let me comment on the packaging. I think it is pretty good. It's about as good as one can reasonably expect. At least half of these are fold-opens ("gatefolds," I believe, is the term). You get a lot of classic visuals here. The covers themselves bring back memories. The "matte" finish of the cardboard actually seems like step up to me from the shiny cheap stuff; these look just a little higher-end to me than the original releases, sans the "novelty" items like the 3-D on Satanic Majesties or the zipper on Sticky Fingers, or the cuts-outs on Some Girls. But, overall, these are nicely manufactured covers, printed on cardboard at least as thick as the original releases. Most of you reading this are serious vinyl collectors, so, like me, you will immediately get these into plastic LP cover protectors. I HIGHLY recommend this, as otherwise these covers will soon show abrasion wear if you pull them out and stuff them back in with any frequency at all. Yes, all your albums will still fit in the boxes after you put them in the covers. It is a tight fit, but they are definitely protected this way better than without the covers. By the way, Satanic Majesties is done in a nice metallic cardboard. I was really hoping for that trippy 3-D tip-on plate, but the metallic finish is a nice consolation.

The boxes are pretty heavy duty. The lids fit very tightly, but your treasure is well protected within. I see these sets as virtually the ultimate Stones collectible, and so I will probably put some kind of plastic over the boxes themselves. I want one of my daughters to have these boxes some day. Hopefully one will want the Beatles' stuff, and the other the Stones'. The classic dichotomy: Stones vs. Beatles. The choice one makes between the two almost seems to transcend the bands and relate to something deeper about a person. I know, I know: you can love both, and I do. But, for me, there will always be a slightly stronger allegiance to the Stones. We're talking almost a half century of Stones' output now (versus six or seven years for the Beatles)!!! It is almost unfathomable!!

The sound of these LPs?? Well, I've only listened to one. It sounded great, but to be honest ,I already have many of these in 180g vinyl and the one from this set I listened to sounded about the same. Perhaps a more sophisticated audiophile can tell a difference. So far, I can't. At a bare minimum I can represent with a high degree of confidence that you will not be disappointed with sound quality.

I have to confess, I bought these sets as much to review my own life as to review the Stones' legacy. As a late baby-boomer, I can remember when and where I bought most of these albums (some at the time of their release, some later). Each album brings back good memories, and I can remember well the concerts where the Stones played many of these songs. Some people contend the later albums are not "classics." It seems that it has always been that way. It takes a decade, or maybe even two, before a Stones' album sinks in, and then it finally does emerge as yet another classic.

All told, these two boxes contain a better representation of the "soundtrack of my life" than all my other hundreds of LPs and thousands of CDs. This is the core, the nucleus, the genesis.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a66a138) out of 5 stars Everything is here 14 Dec. 2010
By Blan Gernstein - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I had my original collection of the Stones entire catalog stolen by my wonderfully thoughtful ex-wife and never dreamed I would see an affordable new collection again. I considered purchasing the albums separately and found the asking price to be unreasonable and shocking. Bridges to Babylon and Voodoo Lounge new or used: $50 to $100 or more.I purchased this set for a tad over $250.00. 14 albums in a boxset for $250 or 2 albums for $125.Do the math,if you consider the cost of each album new (if you can find it), this box set is reasonably priced. Remastered on thick 180 gram vinyl with a rich warm sound. The records are stored in a sturdy,colorful,thick box. The album covers and art work are faithfully reproduced. A few exceptions, no post cards from Exile, and no poster from Emotional Rescue. There is the Goat poster from Goats head soup, lyric sheets in Undercover and Dirty Works. I may be missing a few other notes I'm not a Stones expert, but overall a great buy for the Stones fan who must have everything. All sleeve inserts are reproduced from original issues on thicker more durable paper. As a poster stated earlier I do recommend storing each album in a vinyl sleeve as the matted covers are easily marked up. The copy of Bigger Bang in my set actually showed faint wear. Probably due to shipping and the weight of the 14 albums closely pressed together.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c387e1c) out of 5 stars A great delusion! 10 April 2013
By Marco - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl
This super heavy and expensive box set have a beautiful numbered case but inside contains an horribile surprise.
The albums covers by Rolling Stones are reprinted with cheap paper and faded colours. The quality is quite similar to fake chinese prints.
For example The covers of "Some Girls" (without the shaped faces), "Sticky fingers" (without the legendary zip invented by Andy Warhol)and Satanic Majesty's Request did not have the original 3D cover are absolutely ridiculous.
Universal Music must check the beautilul paper sleeve mini LP cd's created in Japan...
Inside no book, no additioanl informations... nothing!
The vinyl box of The Beatles is a masterpiece, why this cheap box for Rolling Stones? For the high price requested this box is scandalous!
Positive is the good quality of the 180 grams vinyls and the coupon to download the entire albums songs in mp3
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a66a4d4) out of 5 stars Very Pleased 7 Jan. 2012
By Cory - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I have read some complaints about packaging with this set but, I don't quite understand any dissatisfaction with it. I guess if you were expecting a real zipper on "Fingers" or changeable faces on "Some Girls" you'll be let down. I wasn't interested in that. I have original copies with those features. I wanted remastered recordings on vinyl with dead silent backgrounds and I got it, in spades. I would recommend this box to anyone. I am probably going to pick up the other box with the early stuff and mono recordings next. I have the MFSL "Sticky Fingers" and this one rivals it IMHO.
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