The Rolling Stones ‎– The Rolling Stones (Goat's Head Soup)

Atlantic ‎– COC 7-59101, Atlantic ‎– C07 - 59101
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Jukebox




Jukebox EP ~ Cover / Labels titled: "The Rolling Stones" from the LP Goats Head Soup

Came with a sheet of title strips and small cameo sheets of front cover.

Polystyrene pressing, it is issued with a black Atlantic label.

2 release #'s appear on labels:
Middle right: COC 7-59101
Bottom perimeter: C07 - 59101

This release has a Rolling Stones Records catalog number. This seems to be the custom with Stones EPs and "Little LPs" when the band began appearing on Rolling Stones Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runoff A-side): ST-RS-33145A AT40 ST-RS-33145-A PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runoff B-side): ST-RS-33146A AT40 ST-RS-33146-A PR
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): ST-RS-33145
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): ST-RS-33146


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December 2, 2009
edited over 8 years ago

Mercifully, this EP offers only four cuts from what I consider one of the Stones' weakest album efforts, "Goat's Head Soup". With the exception of the hard driving "Silver Train", I find this lp to be one of the Stones' most tired and uninspired. "Star Star" masquerades as a Stones' rocker, which it is, but there's a vague feeling I've heard this all before. That Mick Jagger gets to scream the word 'fucker' is hardly exciting.
"Hide Your Love" is passable, but there's that curious sense of deja vu all over again. Speaking of deja vu, "Dancin' With Mr. D." is a trite retread of "Sympathy for the Devil", and the idea of Mick as the devil is decidedly ludicrous. Some people insist "Angie" is a beautiful song; I prefer "As Tears Go By" or "Lady Jane" myself.
Like "Black and Blue", this is one Stones' album I cannot listen to, with the exception of "Silver Train". You can pass on this ep, as well as the album.