All listings for this product
Best-selling in CDs
Save on CDs
- £4.60Trending at £6.50
- £8.88Trending at £16.99
- £8.05Trending at £9.68
- £5.73Trending at £6.09
- £5.63Trending at £7.24
- £9.98Trending at £11.96
- £4.16Trending at £5.02
Most relevant reviews
- hannieg7419 Jan, 2017by
This was a Xmas present and all new Cd's out of stock . This was 2nd hand but good quality . Happy with purchase
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- phennig194921 Jun, 2015by
the greatest rock and roll band ever
brilliant a very comprehensive offering from the stones and with very good sound quality 3 cd for the price of one. you can keep todays bland offerings and hear the best
- 3for1betondon204 Jan, 2015by
Awesome product and great value for the money
To buy so many tracks of the Rolling Stones on one CD and at such a good price, it's a no brainer, you just got to have it.
- celsis200309 Jun, 2014by
The Stones from then to now!
An almost godlike collection from the early 60s to now! This really is the Stoens at their very best!
- jaggerblu20 Jan, 2013by
The only cd of the stones you need, Digital sound and the stones, DONE.....
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. Highlights include the band's first single--a version of Chuck Berry’s “Come On”, “The Last Time”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “Get Off Of My Cloud”, “Jumping Jack Flash”, “Honky Tonk Women” and the juke-box and concert favourites “Brown Sugar”, “Tumbling Dice”, “Miss You” and “Start Me Up”. This 3-disc edition contains 50 tracks as well as a 24-page booklet. Product Description CD-1:1-Come On 2-Not Fade Away 3-It's All Over Now 4-Little Red Rooster 5-The Last Time 6-(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 7-Time Is On My Side 8-Get Off Of My Cloud 9-Heart Of Stone 10-19th Nervous Breakdown 11-As Tears Go By 12-Paint It, Black 13-Under My Thumb 14-Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing ... 15-Ruby Tuesday 16-Let's Spend The Night Together 17-We Love You CD-2:1-Jumpin' Jack Flash 2-Honky Tonk Women 3-Sympathy For The Devil 4-You Can't Always Get What You Want 5-Gimme Shelter 6-Street Fighting Man 7-Wild Horses 8-She's A Rainbow 9-Brown Sugar 10-Happy 11-Tumbling Dice 12-Angie 13-Rocks Off 14-Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) 15-It's Only Rock 'N' Roll 16-Fool To Cry CD-3:1-Miss You 2-Respectable 3-Beast Of Burden 4-Emotional Rescue 5-Start Me Up 6-Waiting On A Friend 7-Undercover Of The Night 8-She Was Hot 9-Streets Of Love 10-Harlem Shuffle 11-Mixed Emotions 12-Highwire 13-Love Is Strong 14-Anybody Seen My Baby? 15-Don't Stop 16-Doom And Gloom 17-One More Shot This scarcely needs a review because after 50 years practically everyone will know whether or not they like the Stones and most people considering this collection will know all the tracks on it very well indeed. It is worth saying, though, that this is a great collection. Obviously, any compilation like this will have some tracks you love and some you don't like so much, and some of your favourites will be missing (What - no Sister Morphine or Star...er...Star?) but as a "Best Of" collection I don't think you can do better. It is well selected and sounds fantastic: the digital transfers of the early stuff are particularly good and bring real life to the tracks without interfering with their original sound. I suspect that quite a lot of people considering whether or not to buy this will be in the same position as I am: I have a lot of Stones music on LP and cassette and for me this was a good way of getting some of the best of it on CD. You certainly get plenty of great stuff, and personally I found listening to this was like running my life on fast forward from the age of about 10, with pretty well every track conjuring up where I was at the time. It's also great to hear the evolution of the band from the early covers, through finding their distinctive identity around the time of Satisfaction and through all their phases since. Although I haven't always liked the direction they have taken, this is a reminder that the Rolling Stones really are one of the finest bands of the last 50 years and that Jagger and Richards are a truly great songwriting team. The full range of classics is here, from the storming rockers like Jumpin' Jack Flash through to the hauntingly beautiful Angie. Also included is their new (November 2012) single Doom And Gloom which I think is excellent - a real Stones belter and one of their best Read full review