Singles Collection: The London Years album for sale Product Description
Singles Collection: The London Years album for sale by Rolling Stones was released Apr 06, 2010 on the Universal label. Japanese only 3 CD paper sleeve SHM pressing. Singles Collection: The London Years CD music SHM-CDs (Super High Material CD) can be played on any audio player and deliver unbelievably high-quality sound. You won't believe it's the same CD! Universal. Singles Collection: The London Years CD music contains a single disc with 28 songs.
Rolling Stones - Singles Collection: The London Years Album Track Listing
Rolling with the Stones If you only half liked the Stones you will love this album. all their hits are here for you to relive those monents in time you are brought back to with the memory of where and with whom you were with when you heard their songs. By a reviewer (Levittown, NY, USA) This review is for a different format.
Excelent This is an excelent overview of the Stones' London years, with all the hits and some not-so-known gems. I specially liked CD 2, but all three are great. By a reviewer (Manizales, Colombia) This review is for a different format.
THE BEST DECCA STONES RELEASE As I wrote in another review (not about the Stones), all the Decca anthologies are simply wonderful (Small Faces, Zombies, Them, Animals); the major praise for them all is their completeness and this Rollind Stones' Singles Collection is no an exception. By Stonedeluxe (Caracas, Venezuela) This review is for a different format.
Great compilation- but not best versions I expected the best versions of the songs- some appear in stereo, some still in mono. It is an awesome collection of the songs that they released, but it would have been nicer to just release a box set with their best work. By a reviewer (Tennessee) This review is for a different format.
Those forgotten B-sides top off the collection. The reviewer who called the Stones the worst rock band ever must have some sort of grudge. My many thanks for the availability of cuts like "Sad Day" and "Who's Driving Your Plane?" which would otherwise have been banishe dto distant obscurity. By a reviewer (Bakersfield Ca) This review is for a different format.