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Album: Jump Back: Best Of The Rolling Stones '71-'93 [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Start Me Up
2)    Brown Sugar
3)    Harlem Shuffle
4)    It's Only Rock 'N Roll (But I Like It)
5)    Mixed Emotions
6)    Angie
7)    Tumbling Dice
8)    Fool to Cry
9)    Rock and a Hard Place
10)    Miss You
11)    Hot Stuff
12)    Emotional Rescue
13)    Respectable
14)    Beast of Burden
15)    Waiting on a Friend
16)    Wild Horses
17)    Bitch
18)    Undercover of the Night
 

Album: Jump Back: Best Of The Rolling Stones '71-'93 [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Start Me Up
2)    Brown Sugar
3)    Harlem Shuffle
4)    It's Only Rock 'N Roll (But I Like It)
5)    Mixed Emotions
6)    Angie
7)    Tumbling Dice
8)    Fool to Cry
9)    Rock and a Hard Place
10)    Miss You
11)    Hot Stuff
12)    Emotional Rescue
13)    Respectable
14)    Beast of Burden
15)    Waiting on a Friend
16)    Wild Horses
17)    Bitch
18)    Undercover of the Night
 
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  • Argentine import edition; features 20 bit remastering.
  • JUMP BACK pulls together the Rolling Stones' biggest hits from 1971's STICKY FINGERS right through to 1989's STEEL WHEELS. Although the non-chronological sequencing can be disorienting (the set kicks off with 1981's "Start Me Up," then immediately rewinds 10 years to the 71 classic "Brown Sugar"), the sheer quality and comprehensiveness of the disc proves the band was still a powerful force after the '60s ended.
  • The strongest material here is from the early '70s, with standouts like the gorgeous "Wild Horses," the anthemic "It's Only Rock 'N Roll," and "Bitch," one of the Stones' best-ever full-tilt rockers. As always, Mick, Keith, and company ride some funky grooves, too, especially on the disco-flavored "Hot Stuff" and "Miss You" (with its irresistible falsetto refrain). Of course, there are also good tunes from the '80s, including the wistful "Waiting on a Friend," a strong cover of Bob & Earl's 1964 hit "Harlem Shuffle," and 1989's "Mixed Emotions" (which recalls the group's earlier sound). Only the Stones could release a BEST OF collection comprised of material from the decades following their acclaimed peak years and still make it sound like a rock & roll rulebook.
Professional Reviews
Q (Magazine) (p.125) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's home to both transatlantic hits [and] undervalued singles....Indispensable music."
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