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(I Cant Get No) Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones - Rolled Gold - The Very Best Of The Rolling Ston

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  1. Arashiktilar

    Rolled Gold: The very best of The Rolling Stones is een compilatiealbum van The Rolling Stones, uitgegeven in Het album bereikte #7 in het Verenigd Koninkrijk.
  2. Akinoshicage

    Rolled Gold: The Very Best of the Rolling Stones est une compilation des Rolling Stones sortie en par bigband.frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo a été rééditée en , avec de nombreux titres supplémentaires, sous le nom de Rolled Gold+: The Very Best of the Rolling StonesGenre: rock.
  3. Yokora

    Rolled Gold: The Very Best of the Rolling Stones is a compilation album by The Rolling Stones released without the band's authorisation by its former label Decca Records in It is a double album that reached No. 7 on the UK chart and was a strong seller over the bigband.frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo: Rock.
  4. Yozuru

    The Rolling Stones('s) Album Rolled Gold +. Listen to all tracks of Rolled Gold + for free. Updated seventies compilation Rolled Gold - The Very Best Of The Rolling Stones Made in Germany.
  5. Dagami

    "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" is the Ur-Rolling Stones song: a pounding rocker with sneering vocals and lyrics, with a blues and soul base that nonetheless is used for a guitar-based song that is definitely rock, not blues or R&B.
  6. Mazulrajas

    Nov 20,  · Purchasing ROLLED GOLD PLUS makes sense to anchor one's Stones' collection supplemented with the listener's favorite individual albums too. Listeners wanting a good strong Rolling Stones fix will get a great serving of the band rising to their most potent strength on this fine two CD set/5(10).
  7. Mikataxe

    Jul 29,  · referencing Rolled Gold - The Very Best Of The Rolling Stones, 2xLP, Album, Comp, Mono, Blu, ROST 1/2, ROST 1, ROST 2 Overall a nice sounding record. It does have a slightly bright sound in my opinion, but that's likely due to the age of the material/5(K).

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