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The Rolling Stones - Grrr!


Tracklist


1Beast Of Burden
2Harlem Shuffle
3Miss You
4Jumpin' Jack Flash
5Fool To Cry
6The Last Time
7Street Fighting Man
8Honky Tonk Women
9Not Fade Away
10Respectable
11Come On
12Gimme Shelter
13Sympathy For The Devil
14Love Is Strong
15Angie
16Brown Sugar
17(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
18Get Off Of My Cloud
19Ruby Tuesday
20You Can't Always Get What You Want
21It's All Over Now
22It's Only Rock'n'Roll
23Paint It, Black
24Little Red Rooster
25One More Shot
26Mixed Emotions
27Doom And Gloom
28As Tears Go By
29Tumbling Dice
30Start Me Up
31Let's Spend The Night Together
32Waiting On A Friend
33Emotional Rescue
34Undercover Of The Night
35Anybody Seen My Baby?
36Wild Horses
37Don't Stop
38Have You Seen My Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
3919th Nervous Breakdown
40Happy

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
3710914The Rolling Stones Grrr! ‎(3xCD, Comp, RM, Gat)Rolling Stones Records, ABKCO, Polydor, Universal Music3710914UK & Europe2012
noneThe Rolling Stones Grrr! ‎(50xFile, FLAC, Comp, 24-)ABKCO, Interscope RecordsnoneUK, Europe & US2012
3710816, 00602537108169The Rolling Stones Grrr! ‎(2xCD, Comp)Universal Music, Polydor, ABKCO3710816, 00602537108169Australasia2012
60253710914The Rolling Stones Grrr! ‎(3xCD, Comp, RP)ABKCO, Universal Music, Polydor60253710914Brazil2012
B0017663-02The Rolling Stones Grrr! ‎(3xCD, Comp, Dlx)UMeB0017663-02US2012

Notes


Manufactured and Printed in Indonesia.
Indonesia Edition

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 602537108169

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GRRR is a greatest hits album by The Rolling Stones. Released on 9 November 2012 in Europe, and the rest of the world on 12 November, it commemorates the band's 50th anniversary. The album features two new songs titled Doom and Gloom and One More Shot, which were recorded in August 2012. Doom and Gloom peaked at No. 61 in the UK Charts, No. 26 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100 and No. 30 on the Billboard Rock Songs chart in October 2012. Rolling Stone named Doom and Gloom the 18th best song of 2012. November 13, 2012 5:20AM ET. GRRR GRRR By. Anthony DeCurtis. As a 50th-anniversary souvenir, the Stones have assembled a three-disc, 50-track compilation that is the best and most comprehensive collection of the bands high points available. Doom and Gloom, one of two new songs here, is the Stones at their best nasty, funny, sexy and rocking hard. As for the rest, its impossible to overstate the importance of these songs. The Stones obsession with American blues and R&B Time Is on My Side, Little Red Rooster transforms into a sexually charged class critique 19th Nervous Breakdown . Listen free to The Rolling Stones GRRR Come On, I Wanna Be Your Man and more. 89 tracks 341:58. 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 three different incarnations. GRRR The Rolling Stones. Released November 12, 2012. GRRR Tracklist. GRRR is a greatest hits album by The Rolling Stones released in 2012 in commemoration of the bands 50th anniversary. From The Rolling Stones' website: Available in five different formats, including a three-CD 50 track version including 50 tracks, and a four-CD super-deluxe version gathering a whopping 80 tracks, the collection tells the fascinating ongoing story of the Greatest RocknRoll Band In The World, from their high octane version of Chuck Berrys Come On, their first single issued in June 1963, via. The newer songs on the Rolling Stones's album Grrr may not have struck oil, but the band's energy remains undimmed, their back catalogue endlessly renewable, writes Helen Brown. Where 40 Licks opens with 1968s Street Fighting Man, Grrr revs into action with the Stones first single, bizarrely Awol from 40 Licks. Released in 1963, Come On was a Chuck Berry cover. But whereas the original saw Berry delivering his lines about his clapped-out car as though he were leaning nonchalantly against the bumper, Jagger snarls his frustration like a man grinding the key over and over. The Rolling Stones Format: Audio CD. Also, GRRR uses the LET IT BLEED version of Midnight Rambler, while HOT ROCKS uses the live recording from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out Remastered. This fall the Rolling Stones will re-release a significant portion of their hits catalog with a muli-disc greatest album called 'Grrr' The band announced three-disc and four-disc options, allowing fans to snag up to 80 of their most important and best known works, plus two new songs cut specifically for this project. The new songs are called 'Gloom and Doom' and 'One Last Shot' and were recorded last month in Paris. A press release points out that this is the first time the foursome have recorded together since finishing 'A Bigger Bang' for a 2005 rele. GRRR, the Rolling Stones' greatest hits to mark their 50th anniversary, will be released around the world on 12th and 13th November. Pre-order the album here: GRRR, the Rolling Stones' greatest hits to mark their 50th anniversary, will be released around the world on 12th and 13th November. Pre-order the album here: Grr Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones - Grrr!
Performer: The Rolling Stones
Genre: Rock
Title: Grrr!
Country: Indonesia
Released: 2012
Style: Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Country Rock, Blues Rock
MP3 album: 2634 mb
FLAC album: 2943 mb
Source: 2 × CD, Compilation
№ Cat: 371081 6
Label: Universal Music, Polydor