Rolling Stones* ‎– Let It Bleed

London Records ‎– NPS 4
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Gimme Shelter 4:30
A2 Love In Vain
Written-By – Woody Payne (2)
A3 Country Honk 3:00
A4 Live With Me 3:35
A5 Let It Bleed 5:27
B1 Midnight Rambler 6:52
B2 You Got The Silver 2:51
B3 Monkey Man 4:12
B4 You Can't Always Get What You Want
Drums – Jimmy MillerFeaturing – The London Bach Choir*

Companies, etc.



1st pressing.

All selections written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards. Published by Gideon Music Inc. (BMI) except Love In Vain - Written by W. Payne Noma Music Inc.: Nice Songs (BMI) Produced by Jimmy Miller - Manufactured by Nanker Phelge Music Ltd. An Abkco Record Co. Unauthorized public performance, broadcasting and copying of this recording prohibited.

Label variation. Both catalog numbers and side numbers are listed to the right of the spindle hole. Title and songs are directly below the spindle hole.

Originally issued with a pink printed inner sleeve and a poster.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label): XZAL 9363/4
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched): XZAL-9363/4-2

Other Versions (5 of 269) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LK 5025 Rolling Stones* Let It Bleed(LP, Album, Mono) Decca LK 5025 UK 1969 Sell This Version
M 72167 The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed(8-Trk, Album) London Records M 72167 US 1969 Sell This Version
UIGY 9578 Rolling Stones* Let It Bleed(SACD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) ABKCO UIGY 9578 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
882 332-2 The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed(CD, Album, RM) ABKCO 882 332-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
NPS-4 Rolling Stones* Let It Bleed(LP, Album) London Records NPS-4 US 1969 Sell This Version


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April 10, 2017
i have a copy of this record with TWO side 2 labels, as in NO side 1. London NPS-4, no poster but has sleeve with notes. any idea of value? can't find any info...


June 30, 2015
In a retrospective review, NME magazine said that the album "tugs and teases" in various musical directions and called it "a classic".[15] In 2000, Q magazine ranked it at No. 28 in its list of "The 100 Greatest British Albums Ever". In 2001, the TV network VH1 placed Let It Bleed at No. 24 on their best album survey. In 1997, it was voted 27th greatest album by The Guardian. In 2003, it was listed at No. 32 on the "List of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time".[22] In a five-star review for Rolling Stone in 2004, Gavin Edwards praised Keith Richard's guitar playing throughout the album and stated, "Whether it was spiritual, menstrual or visceral, the Stones made sure you went home covered in blood."[16] Jason McNeil of PopMatters wrote that Beggars Banquet and Let It Bleed are "the two greatest albums the band’s (or anyone’s) ever made".[23]