The Rolling Stones – GRRR! (2012) [HDTracks FLAC 24bit/88,2kHz]

The Rolling Stones – GRRR! (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | Time – 187:17 minutes | 3,75 GB | Genre: Rock
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To mark the band’s 50th anniversary, the Rolling Stones have announced a Greatest Hits collection. GRRR! features two new tracks recorded in Paris in the summer of 2012 (including the single “Doom and Gloom”), as well as a career-spanning collection of hits.

This greatest hits collection celebrates five decades of The Rolling Stones. This triple-album tells the fascinating ongoing story of the greatest Rock n’ Roll band in the world, from their high octane version of Chuck Berry’s “Come On”, their first single issued in June 1963, the thrilling chart-toppers “The Last Time,” “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “Get Off Of My Cloud,” “Jumping Jack Flash” and “Honky Tonk Women” and the perennial juke-box and concert favorites “Brown Sugar,” “Tumbling Dice,” “Miss You” and “Start Me Up,” all the way to the present day with the inclusion of “Gloom And Doom” and “One Last Shot”, two new studio recordings recently completed by the group in Paris, France. Features the best selections from Exile on Main St., Black and Blue, Emotional Rescue, Tattoo You, Let It Bleed, Beggars Banquet, Out Of Our Heads, Aftermath, and much, much more.

Graced with cover art of a grotesque gorilla sporting the Stones’ trademark leering lips, GRRR! doesn’t quite have the classy veneer usually associated with a 50th anniversary collection. Frankly, that’s a good sign for the Rolling Stones: they’re celebrating their half-century together but refusing to take themselves too seriously, even when they’re assembling a mammoth retrospective that’s available in two wildly different incarnations. Each chronicles the Stones’ story beginning with their first single, a cover of Chuck Berry’s “Come On,” to a pair of good new recordings (a loose-limbed rocker called “Doom & Gloom” and the poppier “One More Shot”). Neither the standard triple-disc version nor the super deluxe four-disc set — which has the added bonus of a disc of the band’s Chess Records-heavy demos for IBC in 1963, a significant enticement to make the investment (there’s also a bonus 7″ EP of a 1964 BBC session) — has all of the singles or significant songs the Stones have released over the course of five decades, but both do an excellent job of providing a thorough overview of a monumental career. Of these, three-CD set offers fewer surprises, marching steadily through the years and serving up the songs you know by heart, supplemented by just enough of the best latter-day material to make a convincing argument that the Stones retained their power.


CD1 #01 – Come On
CD1 #02 – Not Fade Away
CD1 #03 – It’s All Over Now
CD1 #04 – Little Red Rooster
CD1 #05 – The Last Time
CD1 #06 – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
CD1 #07 – Time Is On My Side
CD1 #08 – Get Off Of My Cloud
CD1 #09 – Heart Of Stone
CD1 #10 – 19th Nervous Breakdown
CD1 #11 – As Tears Go By
CD1 #12 – Paint It, Black
CD1 #13 – Under My Thumb
CD1 #14 – Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
CD1 #15 – Ruby Tuesday
CD1 #16 – Let’s Spend The Night Together
CD1 #17 – We Love You

CD2 #01 – Jumpin’ Jack Flash
CD2 #02 – Honky Tonk Women
CD2 #03 – Sympathy For The Devil
CD2 #04 – You Can’t Always Get What You Want
CD2 #05 – Gimme Shelter
CD2 #06 – Street Fighting Man
CD2 #07 – Wild Horses
CD2 #08 – She’s A Rainbow
CD2 #09 – Brown Sugar
CD2 #10 – Happy
CD2 #11 – Tumbling Dice
CD2 #12 – Angie
CD2 #13 – Rocks Off
CD2 #14 – Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
CD2 #15 – It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll
CD2 #16 – Fool To Cry

CD3 #01 – Miss You
CD3 #02 – Respectable
CD3 #03 – Beast Of Burden
CD3 #04 – Emotional Rescue
CD3 #05 – Start Me Up
CD3 #06 – Waiting On A Friend
CD3 #07 – Undercover Of The Night
CD3 #08 – She Was Hot
CD3 #09 – Streets Of Love
CD3 #10 – The Harlem Shuffle
CD3 #11 – Mixed Emotions
CD3 #12 – Highwire
CD3 #13 – Love Is Strong
CD3 #14 – Anybody Seen My Baby?
CD3 #15 – Don’t Stop
CD3 #16 – Doom And Gloom
CD3 #17 – One More Shot