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ROLLING STONES <br> More Hot Rocks and Fazed Cookies (2 LP Set) <br> 1972 (London Records)

Details: London 2 PS 626/7, stereo, blue label with silver band stating "Stereophonic", gatefold cover, includes both original color inner sleeves, 1972.

Condition: Vinyl VG+++ (Pristine! All four sides very clean) Jacket VG+ (very good shape overall, with some mild ring wear and residue in upper right portion of front cover from an old price sticker)

From the All Music Guide:
Hot Rocks covers most of the monster hits from the Stones' first decade that remained in radio rotation for decades to come. More Hot Rocks goes for the somewhat smaller hits, some of the better album tracks, and a whole LP side's worth of rarities that hadn't yet been available in the United States when this compilation was released in 1972. The material isn't as famous as what's on Hot Rocks, but the music is almost as excellent, including such vital cuts as "Not Fade Away," "It's All Over Now," "The Last Time," "Lady Jane," the psychedelic "Dandelion," "She's a Rainbow," "Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow?," "Out of Time," "Tell Me," and "We Love You." The eight rarities are pretty good as well, including their 1963 debut single "Come On," early R&B covers of "Fortune Teller" and "Bye Bye Johnnie," great slide guitar on Muddy Waters' "I Can't Be Satisfied," and the soulful 1966 U.K. B-side "Long Long While."

The tracks are:
1 Tell Me 3:48
2 Not Fade Away 1:48
3 The Last Time 3:38
4 It's All Over Now 3:22
5 Good Times, Bad Times 2:29
6 I'm Free 2:23
7 Out of Time 3:39
8 Lady Jane 3:08
9 Sittin' on a Fence 2:58
10 Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow? 2:32
11 Dandelion 3:48
12 We Love You 4:19
13 She's a Rainbow 4:38
14 2000 Light Years from Home 4:47
15 Child of the Moon 3:05
16 No Expectations 3:59
17 Let It Bleed 5:27
18 What to Do 2:27
19 Money 2:32
20 Come On 1:48
21 Fortune Teller 2:06
22 Poison Ivy 2:33
23 Bye Bye Johnny 2:08
24 I Can't Be Satisfied 3:24
25 Long Long While 2:59

PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, all of the LPs we are offering are used. Our grading system for each LP is strictly visual, as we don't have time to listen to each record from beginning to end. Unless otherwise stated, there is usually a small price sticker affixed somewhere on the back cover.

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