The Rolling Stones ‎– Hot Rocks 1964-1971

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London Records ‎– 2PS 606/7
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Keel Press
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Pressing plant code 53 on labels
Alternate label printing. This pressing also has no year publishing details on the labels compared to this pressing.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): XZAL 11015 CJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): XZAL 11016 CJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3 label): XZAL 11017 CJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4 label): XZAL 11018GL CJ
  • Other (Catalog number sides 1 & 2): 2PS 606
  • Other (Catalog number sides 3 & 4): 2PS 607
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 143) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
844 144-1 The Rolling Stones Hot Rocks 1964-1971, RM(Cass, Comp, RE, Chr) London Records, Polystar (3), ABKCO 844 144-1 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
820 140-1, 820 141-1, 820 142-1 The Rolling Stones Les Années Stones(2xLP, Comp) London Records, London Records, London Records 820 140-1, 820 141-1, 820 142-1 France 1986 Sell This Version
820 140-4 The Rolling Stones Les Années Stones(Cass, Comp) London Records 820 140-4 France 1985 Sell This Version
2PS 606/7 The Rolling Stones Hot Rocks 1964-1971(2xLP, Comp, Pit) London Records 2PS 606/7 US 1971 Sell This Version
882 334-2 The Rolling Stones Hot Rocks 1964-1971(2xCD, Comp, RE, RM, Unofficial) ABKCO (2) 882 334-2 Russia 2002 Sell This Version

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connorups

connorups

January 10, 2018
I usually try and stay away from compilations but this one is awesome! Grabs some of their best stuff and wraps it all up here. Great way to get into the Rolling Stones for any beginners out there.
classic_rock1971

classic_rock1971

July 11, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
This album pretty much cemented my future of being a Stones fan as I remember my Dad playing it on his turntable from around the age of five or six. As I got older I would observe that the songs were great but the sound quality wasn't as good as what I thought it could be but it was the 80's by then but I wasn't really yet aware of "mono" recordings and other audiophile things of that nature. This would have to be the album I could honestly say if you don't like it you won't ever like The Stones.