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Forty Licks (2002)

The Rolling Stones
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Forty Licks is a double compilation album by The Rolling Stones. A 40-year career-spanning retrospective, Forty Licks is notable for being the first retrospective to combine their formative Decca/London era of the 1960s, now licensed by ABKCO Records, with their self-owned post-1970 material, distributed at the time by Virgin/EMI but now distributed by ABKCO's own distributor Universal Music Group. Four new songs are included on the second disc. Concurrently with the album's release, the Stones embarked on the successful, year-long international Licks Tour, which would result in Live Licks in 2004. Originally distributed by Virgin Records in 2002, Forty Licks went out of print after Virgin parent EMI lost distribution of the Stones' post-1970 material to Universal Music in 2008. All tracks are digital remasters in stereo, except for most tracks pre-1968, which are digital remasters in mono..

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3:05 Happy
6:48 You Can't Always Get What You Want
3:46 Tumblin' Dice
4:32 Gimme Shelter
3:32 Start Me Up
6:18 Sympathy for the Devil
3:42 Stealing My Heart
4:09 She's a Rainbow
4:00 Mixed Emotions
5:40 Wild Horses
3:39 The Last Time
4:07 Anybody Seen My Baby?
3:35 Miss You
3:02 Honky Tonk Women
3:42 Emotional Rescue
3:43 Shattered
2:46 Mother's Little Helper
3:47 Love Is Strong
3:11 Ruby Tuesday
3:16 Street Fighting Man
3:27 Let's Spend the Night Together
4:13 Undercover of the Night
3:27 Jumpin' Jack Flash
3:27 Beast of Burden
3:39 Under My Thumb
3:58 Don’t Stop
3:49 Brown Sugar
5:06 Losing My Touch
4:12 Keys to Your Love
4:10 It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
3:21 It's All Over Now
2:54 Get Off of My Cloud
3:57 19th Nervous Breakdown
3:35 You Got Me Rocking
3:43 I Can't Get No (Satisfaction)
1:48 Not Fade Away
4:06 Fool to Cry
3:24 Paint It Black
4:30 Angie
2:32 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?
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