The Rolling Stones

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer

Category: Performer

Inducted in: 1989

Inducted by: Pete Townshend

Nominated in: 1989

First Eligible: 1989 Ceremony

Inducted Members: Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Ian Stewart, Mick Taylor, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood and Bill Wyman


Inducted into Rock Hall Revisited in 1989 (ranked #3) .


Essential Albums (?)WikipediaAmazon MP3Amazon CD
12X5 (1964)
Out of Our Heads [US] (1965)
Aftermath [US] (1966)
Beggars Banquet (1968)
Let it Bleed (1969)
Sticky Fingers (1971)
Exile On Main St. (1972)
Some Girls (1978)
Tattoo You (1981)

Essential Songs (?)WikipediaAmazon MP3YouTube
Time Is On My Side (1964)
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (1965)
Get Off Of My Cloud (1965)
Mother's Little Helper (1966)
19th Nervous Breakdown (1966)
Paint It Black (1966)
Under My Thumb (1966)
Ruby Tuesday (1967)
She's a Rainbow (1967)
Let's Spend The Night Together (1967)
Sympathy For The Devil (1968)
Jumpin' Jack Flash (1968)
Street Fighting Man (1968)
You Can't Always Get What You Want (1969)
Honky Tonk Women (1969)
Gimme Shelter (1969)
Wild Horses (1971)
Brown Sugar (1971)
Tumbling Dice (1972)
Angie (1973)
It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It) (1974)
Shattered (1978)
Miss You (1978)
Beast Of Burden (1978)
She's So Cold (1980)
Start Me Up (1981)

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61 comments so far (post your own)

Not a question. Next to the Beatles, the Stones are probably the biggest and most influential band to come out of the arly 60's British Invasion. With so many hit songs and records, it would be a crime NOT to put them in there.

Posted by MaulYoda on Monday, 09.10.07 @ 17:22pm


well it's a good thing they were inducted in 1989 isn't it?

Posted by Kit on Monday, 09.10.07 @ 17:42pm


"it would be a crime NOT to put them in there."

Who are The Rolling Stones? - never heard of them.

Posted by shawn on Monday, 09.10.07 @ 17:48pm


Dude, no offense, but you are a dumb ass if you have never heard of the Rolling Stones. They just had the highest groosing tour of all time. "The World's Greatest Rock 'N' Roll Band"? Mick Jagger? Keith Richards? "Jumpin' Jack Flash"? Listen to the CD's Exile On Main St., Begger's Banquet, Let It Bleed, A Bigger Bang, and Forty Licks. Then you will understand why the Rolling Stones belong in the Rock 'N' Roll Hall Of Fame.

Posted by Zach Tankersley on Wednesday, 01.23.08 @ 14:40pm


Do you also feel the need to point out the benefits of food and air?

Posted by Blue on Wednesday, 01.23.08 @ 15:39pm


Zach - as much as I admire your appreciation of the Stones; I think Shawn was being a little sarcastic.

Blue - are you telling me that food and air are actually good for you? Damn, maybe I should try giving up the smokes and see what it is like to taste my food and feel the fresh air flow through my lungs :-)

Posted by Dameon on Wednesday, 01.23.08 @ 18:09pm



The Rolling Stones are "The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World" and are definately the most deserving of the Hall of Fame.I mean ....89?They should have been in the Hall of Fame a long time ago.They just keep geting better and better.Though,I've been a HUGE fan my whole life..Their "Bigger Bang" is one of my favorite albums of theirs ever.Also...listen to their "live" albums like: " Get Yer Ya Ya's Out" or " Love YOu Live"

Posted by Robert on Thursday, 03.20.08 @ 17:51pm


Give me Mick Jagger anyday!

Posted by Sue on Sunday, 04.27.08 @ 21:38pm


The Rolling Stones have some great songs that are usually overlooked like "She's a Rainbow," "Little Red Rooster," "Love In Vain" and "She Said Yeah"

Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 09.20.08 @ 15:24pm


Here's something to think about. The Rolling Stones have been active since 1962 and have had 178 singles. That's the equivalent of 4 singles a year for 46 consecutive years. No other band can even come close to that.

Posted by Syevelius on Tuesday, 10.7.08 @ 21:19pm


Here are my picks for The Rolling Stones. I’m not going to number them just because all those lists can get tiring after awhile. After all, I don’t want to become like RS Magazine!!

Greatest Songs:

Satisfaction
Sympathy For the Devil
Paint It Black
Start Me Up
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Angie
She’s a Rainbow
Ruby Tuesday
Brown Sugar
Gimme Shelter
Heart of Stone
Honky Tonk Women
Under My Thumb
Tumbling Dice
Let’s Spend the Night Together
Mother’s Little Helper
Emotional Rescue
As Tears Go By
It’s All Over Now
Beast of Burden


Most Overlooked/Underrated Songs:

Love In Vain
Little Red Rooster
She Said Yeah
Play With Fire
Shine a Light
The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
It Ain’t Easy
Saint of Me
The Worst


Posted by Keebord on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 10:57am


I'd also personally toss in "The Last Time". Always been a favorite.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 15:19pm


No mention of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking"? I've always loved "Midnight Rambler," too.

Posted by Liam on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 16:00pm


"19th Nervous Breakdown" is up there too, for me at least.

Posted by Liam on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 16:01pm


I've also liked these songs

Time Is On My Side
It's All Over Now
Ruby Tuesday
Street Fightin Man
Miss You
She's So Cold
Little T&A
Undercover Of The Night
Bitch

Posted by Brian on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 16:11pm


Those were just off the top of my head, I would add all of the ones mentioned above as well.

Posted by Keebord on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 22:29pm


Just realized "You Can't Always Get What You Want" hasn't been mentioned.

Posted by Mr. Octagon on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 22:33pm


And neither has "Get Off My Cloud" or "Tell Me"

Posted by Mr. Octagon on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 22:36pm


I also need to mention "Time Is on My Side"

I think I'm forgetting something else..

Posted by Mr. Octagon on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 22:38pm


Yeah. You forgot "Out of Time"

Posted by Master123456778 on Tuesday, 10.28.08 @ 17:17pm


Top 10 Albums:

1. Let It Bleed
2. Exile on Main Street
3. Their Satanic Majesties Request
4. Aftermath
5. Beggars Banquet
6. Flowers
7. Sticky Fingers
8. Goat's Head Soup
9. December's Children
10. 12 x 5

Posted by The One on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 14:21pm


How can anyone write a top 10 list of Stones albums and forget about "Some Girls".

Posted by Joe-Skee on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 15:06pm


Why the hell u r even discussin them? they r in already. wish they werent.

Posted by Child in Time 27 on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 18:25pm


Hey Child In Time 27, get out. If you don't think The Rolling Stones should be in the hall then you don't deserve to talk about music ever again.

Posted by Tad on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 19:15pm


I maybe said it incorrectly. they certainly deserve. i just don't like them as much as Deep Purple, The Beatles and The Who.

Posted by Child in Time 27 on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 19:42pm


Ok fair enough, you better like The Kinks though

Posted by Tad on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 19:45pm


Oh,man, I LOVE THEM!!!

Posted by Child in Time 27 on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 20:53pm


WHAT?? Man, we need a new rock & roll hall of fame. One with all the bands that deserve to be inducted. (Stones and Hendrix not inducted WTF?)

Posted by What????? on Friday, 01.2.09 @ 20:58pm


Dude - The Stones and Hendrix were inducted into the Hall many years ago.

Posted by Dameon on Friday, 01.2.09 @ 21:15pm


Rock & Roll Jeopardy
Category: If They Collaborated

If the Rolling Stones were to collaborate with Steppenwolf, the song would be called...

What is "Born to Be Wild Horses"

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Saturday, 07.25.09 @ 19:20pm


The Rolling Stones

Ron Wood
Bill Wyman
Brian Jones
Mick Jagger
Mick Taylor
Charlie Watts
Keith Richards

1989 INDUCTEES

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 08.26.09 @ 18:59pm


Charlie Watts quit The Rolling Stones a few days ago. I wish him the best.

Posted by Dude Man on Thursday, 09.3.09 @ 21:58pm




Charlie Watts quit The Rolling Stones a few days ago. I wish him the best.

Posted by Dude Man on Thursday, 09.3.09 @ 21:58pm

Wow it just won't be the same when the pocket is gone. Wynman {BASS} and now Watts {DRUMS}.. Oh well it was a great band....Nothing last forever. Watts to me is one of the top 2 rock drummers. I put him #2 Hal BLAINE #1 IT IS A CLOSE RACE lol

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 09.3.09 @ 23:49pm


Charlie Watts quit The Rolling Stones a few days ago. I wish him the best.

Posted by Dude Man on Thursday, 09.3.09 @ 21:58pm

Haven't heard this anywhere & I check a bunch of different music sites. You have a link to the story?

Posted by Gassman on Friday, 09.4.09 @ 01:13am


http://lnmc.crooksandliars.com/maxmarginal/charlie-watts-quits-rolling-stones

Nevermind I just found out it was a rumor. Q104.3, said that he quit the Stones a few days ago. They must have had a bad source.

Posted by Dude Man on Friday, 09.4.09 @ 08:23am


THE. . . BEST. . . EVER!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Chris on Sunday, 09.20.09 @ 17:31pm


Just read the discussion about great/overlooked Rolling Stones songs...

The Aftermath through Satanic Majesties period is neglected overall in favor of the played to death post-Beggars period.

Some of my favorites...

Play With Fire
Lady Jane
Stupid Girl
Out of Time
I Am Waiting
Take it or Leave it
Back Street Girl (of all of the songs on the original UK Between the Buttons, WHY was this replaced for the US version?)
She Smiled Sweetly
2000 Man


Posted by Elastic Man on Thursday, 03.4.10 @ 03:01am


Can someone explain to me why it says The Rolling Stones were first eligible in 1989 and it says The Animals and The Kinks were first eligible in 1990 even though all three bands released their debut albums the same year? (1964)

Posted by Joshua on Thursday, 04.15.10 @ 18:31pm


The Rolling Stones

Ron Wood
Bill Wyman
Brian Jones
Mick Jagger
Mick Taylor
Charlie Watts
Keith Richards

1989 INDUCTEES

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 08.26.09 @ 18:59pm

You forgot about Ian Stewart. He was also inducted with them.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Saturday, 07.10.10 @ 10:03am


The Rolling Stones

Ron Wood
Bill Wyman
Brian Jones
Mick Jagger
Mick Taylor
Ian Stewart
Charlie Watts
Keith Richards

1989 INDUCTEES

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 07.11.10 @ 09:08am


ARTISTS INDUCTED INTO THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME BY MEMBERS OF THE ROLLING STONES

KEITH RICHARDS

01. 1986 Chuck Berry
02. 1987 Aretha Franklin
03. 1992 Leo Fender
04. 2001 James Burton
05. 2001 Johnnie Johnson
06. 2004 ZZ Top
07. 2007 The Ronettes

MICK JAGGER

01. 2004 Jann Wenner
02. 1988 The Beatles

RON WOOD

01. 2009 Bobby Womack

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 02.8.11 @ 15:32pm


Happy 75th Birthday, Bill Wyman

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Monday, 10.24.11 @ 21:01pm


Best rock band

Posted by Happy on Saturday, 02.18.12 @ 21:28pm


No single rock and roll band brought the influence of Satan to the masses at such a level as The Rolling Stones. With the release of the song "Satisfaction" which went to #1 worldwide, hedonism in popular culture reached new heights. Consider what message the lyrics portray about the importance of short term sensual pleasure in the singer's life. In the aftermath of this song notice how society became more and more obsessed with these material yearnings of money and sexual desires and less and less with virtues of hard work, integrity and paying dues. The Bible as well as most mainstream psychologists warn against this type of obsessive compulsive behavior.

Member Brian Jones led the rest of the band deeper into evil as the 60s went on. By the time he was in his mid 20s Jones already had several children out of wedlock and was arrested for illegal drugs. They then began delving into the occult and released the album Satanic Majesty's Request in 1967.


In 1973 the Rolling Stones released an album called "Goat's Head Soup." Baphomet is an ancient symbol that was a part human, part goat headed figure. The head of the goat was adapted by The Church of Satan as a rendition of baphomet to symbolize Satanism. The head is surrounded by a circle and drawn inside an upside down pentacle, in essence, a gigantic water serpent that symbolized the devil. In Satanic ceremonies Baphomet is seen on the wall behind the alter. The Church Of Satan uses the Rolling Stones' song "Sympathy For The Devil" as its official anthem.

The "D" in the song "Dancin' With Mr. D" is the devil. "Dancin', Lord, keep your hand off me Dancin' with Mr. D."

The legacy is clear. Jagger fathered 7 children by 4 different women, sang songs demeaning women and encouraging violence and was a follower of Allister Crowley.

Avoid exposing your children or anybody to the Rolling Stones. It may be too late for you, but save them from sure trouble.

Posted by Evangelist on Saturday, 03.24.12 @ 17:54pm


I was a regular, good kid. Did my work, followed the bible, and kept away from trouble.

Then i listened to the Rolling Stones. It was just a bit at first, a Gimme SHelter here and there. Eventually I thought "hey, what the heck?" and listened to Exile On Main St.

A week later I had killed my family, had a heroin addiction, and raped women. I'm currently on the run from the police. I'm armed and not going without a fight. I implore anyone who reads this, don't listen to the Stones!

Posted by GFW on Saturday, 03.24.12 @ 17:59pm


I just listened to "Start Me Up" and now I am going out to kill people. Die Die Die

One of us, One of us

Posted by bojanthebest on Saturday, 03.24.12 @ 19:07pm


Don't give me that "because I didn't instantly go up in flames when I exposed myself to them so they must not be bad" routine.

When God condemned Adam to death in the Garden Of Eden, he didn't die right away, but eventually he did die even though he was intended to live forever. Make no mistake, if you continue to associate yourself with their music without seeing it for the evil that it is you will in time suffer the consequences of your naive involvement.

Posted by Evangelist on Saturday, 03.24.12 @ 20:31pm


The Stones are pretty played out as devil music. Not much evil potency left there.

I much prefer Christian Death, Lustmord or Death in June for my sinning background music needs.

Posted by DarinRG on Saturday, 03.24.12 @ 20:41pm


Don't give me that "because I didn't instantly go up in flames when I exposed myself to them so they must not be bad" routine.

When God condemned Adam to death in the Garden Of Eden, he didn't die right away, but eventually he did die even though he was intended to live forever. Make no mistake, if you continue to associate yourself with their music without seeing it for the evil that it is you will in time suffer the consequences of your naive involvement.

Posted by Evangelist on Saturday, 03.24.12 @ 20:31pm

Someone please tell me that Evangelist is merely the creation of someone with way too much time on their hands. Reading all this fearmongering about suffering the consequences of repeated listening to The Rolling Stones amuses me to no end.

Evangelist, no one here takes your act seriously. Why not just come out and admit that you're a sad, lonely attention whore?

Posted by Zach on Saturday, 04.7.12 @ 00:03am


Mr. Carey, you are actually correct in a roundabout way. Being a Christian in 2012 is a sad experience when you see how entrenched in the mainstream the evil has become and, consequentially, it is also becoming an increasingly lonely position to be in. It is not personal attention that I am seeking here. It is attention to God and the principles of Christian living outlined in the Bible that served this country so well until the 1960s when people like Mick Jagger and John Lennon came along and sent the youth into a downward spiral of drugs and sexual promiscuity, the effects of which destroyed the greatest country the world had ever known. If you ever had bothered to pick up a Bible, you would know that part of the duty of being a Christian is to warn your fellow human beings of the dangers of living apart from the word of God. You can read about this in the book of Ezekiel. This is my mission and once I am done giving the warning then I am no longer held responsible for the sins of others since they have been informed of the consequences of their sin. Until I am done here no amount of 5th grade name calling and crying on your part will prevent me from doing my job on behalf of the Lord.

Posted by Evangelist on Saturday, 04.7.12 @ 01:12am


man, if the beatles and the rolling stones shock you just wait till you find slayer!

Posted by GFW on Saturday, 04.7.12 @ 07:45am


Little did The Rolling Stones know when they picked their name from a Muddy Waters song that they would turn into something big. By the time they started calling themselves "The World's Greatest Rock N' Roll Band" in the late 60s, they had already staked out an impressive claim for the title. As the dangerous alternative to the peace and love music of The Beatles, The Stones pioneered the dirty hard-driving rock and roll that would later be known as heavy metal.

Mick Jagger became the prototypical rock frontman, Keith Richards and Brian Jones created the blueprint for interlocking rhythm guitars and backed by the powerful swinging rhythm section of Bill Wyman and drummer Charlie Watts, The Stones became the breakout blues rock band of the British Invasion, eclipsing many of their contemporaries.

Over the course of their 50 years together, the group never really abandoned blues, but once they reached popularity, they began to experiment with different musical styles, incorporating the sounds of other British bands like The Kinks into their musical sound. After a short dalliance with psychedelic rock, The Stones reemerged in the late 60s as a blues-soaked heavy metal group.

They had always investigated the bad side of rock and roll, but as the counterculture dream fell apart, The Stones exposed and reveled in the new culture, but not withnot difficulty and tragedy as Brian Jones died shortly after leaving the band and a free concert at Altamont ended in death and blood, but they never stopped moving.

For the next 30 years, The Stones continued to record and perform, and while not all their albums were smash hits, they were none the less the most visible band of their era, certainly none of their peers continued to be as popular or as productive as they. And no other band since has proven to have such a large fan base, and it is impossible to listen to any of the groups like Van Halen or Guns N' Roses who fallowed them without detecting some kind of influence be it musically or aestheically.

If The Rolling Stones had any musical cousins, they would be Aerosmith and AC/DC.

Lastly, here are some of my favorite songs by The Stones:
Satisfaction
Time is on My Side
Gimmie Shelter
It's Only Rock & Roll
Rudy Tuesday
Let's Spend The Night Together
Brown Sugar
Honky Tonk Woman
Start Me Up
Sympathy for The Devil
Wild Horses
Street Fighting Man
Under My Thumb
Get Off of My Cloud
Jumpin' Jack Flash
You Can't Always Get What You Want

Posted by Andrew on Sunday, 05.5.13 @ 14:57pm


THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

STUDIO ALBUMS

THE ROLLING STONES


01. 1964 - # 11 - England's Newest Hit Makers
02. 1964 - # 3 - 12 X 5
03. 1965 - # 5 - The Rolling Stones, Now!
04. 1965 - # 1 - Out Of Our Heads
05. 1965 - # 4 - December's Children (And Everybody's)
06. 1966 - # 2 - Aftermath
07. 1967 - # 2 - Between The Buttons
08. 1967 - # 2 - Their Satanic Majesties Request
09. 1968 - # 5 - Beggars Banquet
10. 1969 - # 3 - Let It Bleed
11. 1971 - # 1 - Sticky Fingers
12. 1972 - # 1 - Exile On Main St.
13. 1973 - # 1 - Goats Head Soup
14. 1974 - # 1 - It's Only Rock 'n Roll
15. 1976 - # 1 - Black And Blue
16. 1978 - # 1 - Some Girls
17. 1980 - # 1 - Emotional Rescue
18. 1981 - # 1 - Tattoo You
19. 1983 - # 4 - Undercover
20. 1986 - # 4 - Dirty Work
21. 1989 - # 3 - Steel Wheels
22. 1994 - # 2 - Voodoo Lounge
23. 1997 - # 3 - Bridges To Babylon
24. 2005 - # 3 - A Bigger Bang

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 08.12.14 @ 11:22am


THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

LIVE ALBUMS

THE ROLLING STONES


01. 1966 - # 6 – Got Live If You Want It!
02. 1970 - # 6 – Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones In Concert
03. 1977 - # 5 – Love You Live
04. 1982 - # 5 – “Still Life” (American Concert 1981)
05. 1991 - # 16 - Flashpoint
06. 1995 - # 9 - Stripped
07. 1996 - # 92 – The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus
08. 1998 - # 34 – No Security
09. 2004 - # 50 – Live Licks
10. 2008 - # 11 – Shine A Light
11. 2013 - # 19 – Sweet Summer Sun

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 08.17.14 @ 06:31am


THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

COMPILATIONS

THE ROLLING STONES


01. 1966 - # 3 – Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass)
02. 1967 - # 3 - Flowers
03. 1969 - # 2 – Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)
04. 1971 - # 4 – Hot Rocks 1964-1971
05. 1972 - # 9 – More Hot Rocks (Big Hits And Fazed Cookies)
06. 1975 - # 8 - Metamorphosis
07. 1975 - # 6 – Made In The Shade
08. 1981 - # 15 – Sucking In The Seventies
09. 1984 - # 86 – Rewind (1971-1984)
10. 1989 - # 91 – Singles Collection: The London Years
11. 1993 - # 30 – Jump Back: The Best Of The Rolling Stones
12. 2002 - # 2 – Forty Licks
13. 2005 - # 133 – Rarities 1971-2003
14. 2012 - # 19 – GRRR!

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 08.17.14 @ 06:49am


THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE ROLLING STONES STUDIO ALBUMS


01. 1964 - # 11 - England's Newest Hit Makers
02. 1964 - # 3 - 12 X 5
03. 1965 - # 5 - The Rolling Stones, Now!
04. 1965 - # 1 - Out Of Our Heads
05. 1965 - # 4 - December's Children (And Everybody's)
06. 1966 - # 2 - Aftermath
07. 1967 - # 2 - Between The Buttons
08. 1967 - # 2 - Their Satanic Majesties Request
09. 1968 - # 5 - Beggars Banquet
10. 1969 - # 3 - Let It Bleed
11. 1971 - # 1 - Sticky Fingers
12. 1972 - # 1 - Exile On Main St.
13. 1973 - # 1 - Goats Head Soup
14. 1974 - # 1 - It's Only Rock 'n Roll
15. 1976 - # 1 - Black And Blue
16. 1978 - # 1 - Some Girls
17. 1980 - # 1 - Emotional Rescue
18. 1981 - # 1 - Tattoo You
19. 1983 - # 4 - Undercover
20. 1986 - # 4 - Dirty Work
21. 1989 - # 3 - Steel Wheels
22. 1994 - # 2 - Voodoo Lounge
23. 1997 - # 3 - Bridges To Babylon
24. 2005 - # 3 - A Bigger Bang

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE ROLLING STONES COMPILATION ALBUMS


01. 1966 - # 3 – Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass)
02. 1967 - # 3 - Flowers
03. 1969 - # 2 – Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)
04. 1971 - # 4 – Hot Rocks 1964-1971
05. 1972 - # 9 – More Hot Rocks (Big Hits And Fazed Cookies)
06. 1975 - # 8 - Metamorphosis
07. 1975 - # 6 – Made In The Shade
08. 1981 - # 15 – Sucking In The Seventies
09. 1984 - # 86 – Rewind (1971-1984)
10. 1989 - # 91 – Singles Collection: The London Years
11. 1993 - # 30 – Jump Back: The Best Of The Rolling Stones
12. 2002 - # 2 – Forty Licks
13. 2005 - # 133 – Rarities 1971-2003
14. 2012 - # 19 – GRRR!

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART
THE ROLLING STONES LIVE ALBUMS


01. 1966 - # 6 – Got Live If You Want It!
02. 1970 - # 6 – Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones In Concert
03. 1977 - # 5 – Love You Live
04. 1982 - # 5 – “Still Life” (American Concert 1981)
05. 1991 - # 16 - Flashpoint
06. 1995 - # 9 - Stripped
07. 1996 - # 92 – The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus
08. 1998 - # 34 – No Security
09. 2004 - # 50 – Live Licks
10. 2008 - # 11 – Shine A Light
11. 2013 - # 19 – Sweet Summer Sun

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 08.17.14 @ 07:04am


THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART
THE ROLLING STONES


01. 1964 - # 48 – Not Fade Away
02. 1964 - # 24 – Tell Me (You’re Coming Back)
03. 1964 - # 26 – It’s All Over Now
04. 1964 - # 6 – Time Is On My Side
05. 1965 - # 19 – Heart Of Stone
06. 1965 - # 124 – What A Shame
07. 1965 - # 9 – The Last Time
08. 1965 - # 96 – Play With Fire
09. 1965 - # 1 – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
10. 1965 - # 1 – Get Off Of My Cloud
11. 1965 - # 6 – As Tears Go By
12. 1966 - # 2 – 19th Nervous Breakdown
13. 1966 - # 1 – Paint It, Black
14. 1966 - # 8 – Mother’s Little Helper
15. 1966 - # 24 – Lady Jane
16. 1966 - # 9 – Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
17. 1967 - # 1 – Ruby Tuesday
18. 1967 - # 55 – Let’s Spend The Night Together
19. 1967 - # 14 - Dandelion
20. 1967 - # 50 – We Love You
21. 1967 - # 87 – In Another Land
22. 1967 - # 25 – She’s A Rainbow
23. 1968 - # 3 – Jumpin’ Jack Flash
24. 1968 - # 48 – Street Fighting Man
25. 1969 - # 1 – Honky Tonk Women
26. 1971 - # 1 – Brown Sugar
27. 1971 - # 28 – Wild Horses
28. 1972 - # 7 – Tumbling Dice
29. 1972 - # 22 - Happy
30. 1973 - # 42 – You Can’t Always Get What You Want
31. 1973 - # 1 - Angie
32. 1974 - # 15 – Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
33. 1974 - # 16 – It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It)
34. 1974 - # 17 – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
35. 1975 - # 42 – I Don’t Know Why
36. 1975 - # 81 – Out Of Time
37. 1976 - # 10 – Fool To Cry
38. 1976 - # 49 – Hot Stuff
39. 1978 - # 1 – Miss You
40. 1978 - # 8 – Beast Of Burden
41. 1978 - # 31 – Shattered
42. 1980 - # 3 – Emotional Rescue
43. 1980 - # 26 – She’s So Cold
44. 1981 - # 2 – Start Me Up
45. 1981 - # 13 – Waiting On A Friend
46. 1982 - # 20 – Hang Fire
47. 1982 - # 25 – Going To A Go-Go
48. 1983 - # 9 – Undercover Of The Night
49. 1984 - # 44 – She Was Hot
50. 1986 - # 5 – Harlem Shuffle
51. 1986 - # 28 – One Hit (To The Body)
52. 1989 - # 5 – Mixed Emotions
53. 1989 - # 23 – Rock And A Hard Place
54. 1990 - # 50 – Almost Hear You Sigh
55. 1991 - # 57 - Highwire
56. 1994 - # 91 – Love Is Strong
57. 1994 - # 60 – Out Of Tears
58. 1995 - # 113 – You Got Me Rocking
59. 1995 - # 109 – Like A Rolling Stone
60. 1998 - # 94 – Saint Of Me
61. 2003 - # 97 – Sympathy For The Devil (Remix)

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 08.20.14 @ 18:36pm


THE ROLLING STONES BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER HITS

01. 1965 - # 124 – What A Shame
02. 1995 - # 113 – You Got Me Rocking
03. 1995 - # 109 – Like A Rolling Stone

Posted by Roy on Friday, 08.29.14 @ 23:34pm


THE ROLLING STONES : THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

01. 1964 - # 11 - England's Newest Hit Makers
02. 1964 - # 3 - 12 X 5
03. 1965 - # 5 - The Rolling Stones, Now!
04. 1965 - # 1 - Out Of Our Heads
05. 1965 - # 4 - December's Children (And Everybody's)
06. 1966 - # 3 – Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass)
07. 1966 - # 2 - Aftermath
08. 1966 - # 6 – Got Live If You Want It!
09. 1967 - # 2 - Between The Buttons
10. 1967 - # 3 - Flowers
11. 1967 - # 2 - Their Satanic Majesties Request
12. 1968 - # 5 - Beggars Banquet
13. 1969 - # 2 – Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)
14. 1969 - # 3 - Let It Bleed
15. 1970 - # 6 – Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones In Concert
16. 1971 - # 1 - Sticky Fingers
17. 1971 - # 4 – Hot Rocks 1964-1971
18. 1972 - # 1 - Exile On Main St.
19. 1972 - # 9 – More Hot Rocks (Big Hits And Fazed Cookies)
20. 1973 - # 1 - Goats Head Soup
21. 1974 - # 1 - It's Only Rock 'n Roll
22. 1975 - # 8 - Metamorphosis
23. 1975 - # 6 – Made In The Shade
24. 1976 - # 1 - Black And Blue
25. 1977 - # 5 – Love You Live
26. 1978 - # 1 - Some Girls
27. 1980 - # 1 - Emotional Rescue
28. 1981 - # 15 – Sucking In The Seventies
29. 1981 - # 1 - Tattoo You
30. 1982 - # 5 – “Still Life” (American Concert 1981)
31. 1983 - # 4 - Undercover
32. 1984 - # 86 – Rewind (1971-1984)
33. 1986 - # 4 - Dirty Work
34. 1989 - # 91 – Singles Collection: The London Years
35. 1989 - # 3 - Steel Wheels
36. 1991 - # 16 - Flashpoint
37. 1993 - # 30 – Jump Back: The Best Of The Rolling Stones
38. 1994 - # 2 - Voodoo Lounge
39. 1995 - # 9 - Stripped
40. 1996 - # 92 – The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus
41. 1997 - # 3 - Bridges To Babylon
42. 1998 - # 34 – No Security
43. 2002 - # 2 – Forty Licks
44. 2004 - # 50 – Live Licks
45. 2005 - # 3 - A Bigger Bang
46. 2005 - # 133 – Rarities 1971-2003
47. 2008 - # 11 – Shine A Light
48. 2012 - # 19 – GRRR!
49. 2013 - # 19 – Sweet Summer Sun

THE ROLLING STONES : THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1964 - # 48 – Not Fade Away
02. 1964 - # 24 – Tell Me (You’re Coming Back)
03. 1964 - # 26 – It’s All Over Now
04. 1964 - # 6 – Time Is On My Side
05. 1965 - # 19 – Heart Of Stone
06. 1965 - # 9 – The Last Time
07. 1965 - # 96 – Play With Fire
08. 1965 - # 1 – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
09. 1965 - # 1 – Get Off Of My Cloud
10. 1965 - # 6 – As Tears Go By
11. 1966 - # 2 – 19th Nervous Breakdown
12. 1966 - # 1 – Paint It, Black
13. 1966 - # 8 – Mother’s Little Helper
14. 1966 - # 24 – Lady Jane
15. 1966 - # 9 – Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
16. 1967 - # 1 – Ruby Tuesday
17. 1967 - # 55 – Let’s Spend The Night Together
18. 1967 - # 14 - Dandelion
19. 1967 - # 50 – We Love You
20. 1967 - # 87 – In Another Land
21. 1967 - # 25 – She’s A Rainbow
22. 1968 - # 3 – Jumpin’ Jack Flash
23. 1968 - # 48 – Street Fighting Man
24. 1969 - # 1 – Honky Tonk Women
25. 1971 - # 1 – Brown Sugar
26. 1971 - # 28 – Wild Horses
27. 1972 - # 7 – Tumbling Dice
28. 1972 - # 22 - Happy
29. 1973 - # 42 – You Can’t Always Get What You Want
30. 1973 - # 1 - Angie
31. 1974 - # 15 – Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
32. 1974 - # 16 – It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It)
33. 1974 - # 17 – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
34. 1975 - # 42 – I Don’t Know Why
35. 1975 - # 81 – Out Of Time
36. 1976 - # 10 – Fool To Cry
37. 1976 - # 49 – Hot Stuff
38. 1978 - # 1 – Miss You
39. 1978 - # 8 – Beast Of Burden
40. 1978 - # 31 – Shattered
41. 1980 - # 3 – Emotional Rescue
42. 1980 - # 26 – She’s So Cold
43. 1981 - # 2 – Start Me Up
44. 1981 - # 13 – Waiting On A Friend
45. 1982 - # 20 – Hang Fire
46. 1982 - # 25 – Going To A Go-Go
47. 1983 - # 9 – Undercover Of The Night
48. 1984 - # 44 – She Was Hot
49. 1986 - # 5 – Harlem Shuffle
50. 1986 - # 28 – One Hit (To The Body)
51. 1989 - # 5 – Mixed Emotions
52. 1989 - # 23 – Rock And A Hard Place
53. 1990 - # 50 – Almost Hear You Sigh
54. 1991 - # 57 - Highwire
55. 1994 - # 91 – Love Is Strong
56. 1994 - # 60 – Out Of Tears
57. 1998 - # 94 – Saint Of Me
58. 2003 - # 97 – Sympathy For The Devil (Remix)

THE ROLLING STONES : THE BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1965 - # 124 – What A Shame
02. 1995 - # 113 – You Got Me Rocking
03. 1995 - # 109 – Like A Rolling Stone

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 09.2.14 @ 22:42pm


The Stones rock! They proved that rock n' roll is here to stay by having a long, eventful career!

Posted by Luke Madigan on Monday, 05.8.17 @ 14:55pm


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