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Made in the Shade

Time Waits for No One

Sucking in the Seventies

Rewind

Jump Back

Forty Licks

* compilations *

Recorded: 1972-2002
Released:

June 6, 1975 MS
June 1, 1979 TW
April 14, 1981 SS
July 2, 1984 RW
Nov. 22, 1993 JB
Oct. 1, 2002 FL

MS Made in the Shade (single compilation: 1971-1974)

TW Time Waits for No One (single compilation: 1971-1976)

SS Sucking in the Seventies (single compilation: 1973-1979)

RW Rewind (single compilation: 1971-1984)

JB Jump Back (single compilation: 1971-1993)

FL Forty Licks (double compilation: 1963-2002) *

* Only disc two songs are covered on this page. Disc one songs are featured on the 1963-1971 page.


Rating:

3.578 (average of 10 ratings) MS
1.970 (average of 2 ratings) TW
3.641 (average of 8 ratings) SS
3.496 (average of 10 ratings) RW
4.162 (average of 10 ratings) JB
4.581 (average of 15 ratings) FL


Genre: classic rock


Quotable: --


Tracks *

  1. Brown Sugar MS, RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  2. Bitch MS, TW, JB
  3. Wild Horses MS, JB, FL
  4. Tumbling Dice MS, RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  5. Happy MS, FL
  6. All Down the Line TW
  7. Rip This Joint MS
  8. Angie MS, TW, RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  9. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) MS, RW-US
  10. Dancing with Mr. D TW
  11. Star Star TW
  12. It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It) MS, RW-UK, JB, FL
  13. Dance Little Sister MS
  14. Time Waits for No One TW, SS
  15. Fool to Cry TW, SS, RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  16. Hot Stuff SS, JB
  17. Hand of Fate TW
  18. Crazy Mama TW, SS
  19. If You Can’t Rock Me/ Get Off of My Cloud (live) TW
  20. Mannish Boy (live) SS
  21. Miss You RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  22. Beast of Burden SS, RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  23. Respectable RW-UK, JB
  24. Shattered SS, FL
  25. Everything Is Turning to Gold SS
  26. When the Whip Comes Down (live) SS
  27. Emotional Rescue RW-US, JB, FL
  28. She’s So Cold RW-UK
  29. If I Was a Dancer (Dance Pt. 2) SS
  30. Start Me Up RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  31. Hang Fire RW-US
  32. Waiting on a Friend RW-UK, RW-US, JB
  33. Undercover of the Night RW-UK, RW-US, JB, FL
  34. Harlem Shuffle JB
  35. Mixed Emotions JB, FL
  36. Rock and a Hard Place JB
  37. Love Is Strong FL
  38. You Got Me Rocking FL
  39. Anybody Seen My Baby? FL
  40. Don’t Stop FL
  41. Keys to Your Love FL
  42. Stealing My Heart FL
  43. Losing My Touch FL

* Track listing does not reflect one specific collection; rather it is a chronological listing of all tracks featured on the compilations on this page. Similarly, the singles listed below are any of the songs featured on any of the collections referenced on this page. Also, Rewind features different track listing for the UK and US versions, noted above as RW-UK and RW-US.


Sales (in millions):

sales in U.S. only 1.0 MS, 0.5 SS, 0.5 RW, 0.5 JB, 2.0 FL *
sales in U.K. only - estimated 0.6 FL
sales in all of Europe as determined by IFPI – click here to go to their site. --
sales worldwide - estimated 1.5 MS, 1.0 SS, 1.5 RW, 4.5 JB, 7.5 FL

* RIAA certifies double albums at twice the amount, so this is actually certified for 4 million in sales.


Peak:

peak on U.S. Billboard album chart 6 MS, 15 SS, 86 RW, 2 FL
peak on U.K. album chart 14 MS, 23 RW, 16 JB, 2 FL


Singles/Hit Songs:

  • Brown Sugar (4/16/71) #1 US, #2 UK, air: 3 m
  • Wild Horses (6/12/71) #28 US
  • Tumbling Dice (4/29/72) #7 US, #5 UK
  • Happy (7/15/72) #22 US
  • Angie (9/1/73) #1 US, #5 UK, #38 AC, sales: 1 m
  • Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (1/12/74) #15 US
  • It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It) (8/3/74) #16 US, #10 UK
  • Fool to Cry (4/24/76) #10 US, #6 UK
  • Hot Stuff (4/24/76) #49 US, #84 RB
  • Miss You (5/27/78) #1 US, #3 UK, #33 RB, sales: 1 m
  • Beast of Burden (9/9/78) #8 US
  • Respectable (9/30/78) #23 UK
  • Shattered (12/16/78) #31 US
  • Emotional Rescue (7/5/80) #3 US, #9 UK
  • She’s So Cold (9/27/80) #26 US, #33 UK
  • If I Was a Dancer (Dance Pt. 2) (4/18/81) #26 AR
  • Start Me Up (8/22/81) #2 US, #7 UK, #1 AR
  • Hang Fire (9/26/81) #20 US, #2 AR
  • Waiting on a Friend (11/28/81) #13 US, #50 UK, #8 AR
  • Undercover of the Night (11/12/83) #9 US, #11 UK, #2 AR
  • Harlem Shuffle (3/15/86) #5 US, #13 UK, #2 AR
  • Mixed Emotions (9/2/89) #5 US, #36 UK, #1 AR, #22 MR
  • Rock and a Hard Place (9/9/89) #23 US, #63 UK, #1 AR
  • Love Is Strong (7/9/94) #91 US, #14 UK, #2 AR
  • You Got Me Rocking (7/23/94) #23 UK, #2 AR
  • Anybody Seen My Baby? (9/20/97) #22 UK, #3 AR
  • Don’t Stop (9/14/02) #36 UK, #21 AR


Notes: In 2005, Made in the Shade and Sucking in the Seventies were remastered and reissued by Virgin Records. Meanwhile, Time Waits for No One was a non-charting UK-only release which has not re-emerged and, “with later compilations Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones (1993) and Forty Licks (2002) superseding it, Rewind (1971–1984) is now out of print.” RW

Jump Back “was remastered and reissued by Universal Music” in 2009. JB

Check the Review Sources links for specific track listings for each album.


Made in the Shade/
Time Waits for No One/
Sucking in the Seventies/
Rewind/
Jump Back/
Forty Licks (Disc 2)

The Rolling Stones
Review:
Sorting out Stones’ compilations can be a bit of a chore. It’s not every band that’s had as many hits as they have and for over four decades. As a result, this page focuses on the Stones’ post-Decca and London Records era. Those record companies, in the U.K. and U.S. respectively, held the rights to pre-1972 Stones’ material. Consquently, this page is devoted to Stones’ compilations from 1971 to 2005 while another page is devoted to the Stones’ first era from 1963-1971.

The first official Stones’ compilation from the post-’71 era was Made in the Shade in 1975 followed by a companion piece, Sucking in the Seventies, in 1981. In between, Time Waits for No One overlapped both of those collections. With more focus on album tracks, and the fact that the most important cuts are covered elsewhere, this is the least significant of the compilations from the 1971-2005 era.

Rather than pick up where left off, the next three compilations all duplicated the efforts of the aforementioned collections. This means that Rewind, Jump Back, and Forty Licks are incredibly repetitive. However, the latter is the first career respective from the Stones, covering from 1963 to 2002 over two discs, making it the best place for a brand new fan to start.

Below are more specific details on each of the six individual collections cited above.


Made in the Shade:
Made in the Shade, released in 1975, is the first official compilation album by The Rolling Stones during their Atlantic Records contract. It draws entirely from their first four albums on that label.” WK-MS “The material…surveys the highlights from the band's post-Decca/London era…from 1971’s Sticky Fingers to It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll from 1974, with no new material.” WK-MS The Stones “were mid-way through recording Black and Blue upon this album's June 1975 release” WK-MS, putting this out “to capitalize on the band’s summer Tour of the Americas, featuring Ronnie Wood for the first time in Mick Taylor’s place. Wood, fitting in so well, was asked to remain in the band on a permanent basis following the tour’s conclusion.” WK-MS “Subsequent Rolling Stones compilation albums have also anthologized tracks included on this album.” WK-MS


Time Waits for No One:
Time Waits for No One: Anthology 1971–1977 is a British-only compilation album…released in 1979. It covers the period from Sticky Fingers in 1971 until Love You Live in 1977. Only two of ten single A-sides from the period are included – Angie and Fool to Cry.” WK-TW


Sucking in the Seventies:
Sucking in the Seventies was “released in 1981. As the successor to 1975’s Made in the Shade, it covers material from 1974’s It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll to 1980’s Emotional Rescue. All of the album tracks except Shattered were remixed or re-edited for this release, and some rarer material was also included. Everything Is Turning to Gold was previously released as ‘Shattered’s B-side in late 1978 in the U.S. only; If I Was A Dancer (Dance Pt. 2) is a longer and different mix and containing different lyrics than ‘Dance (Pt. 1)’, the opening track on Emotional Rescue, which, despite this compilation’s title, was released in 1980; and When the Whip Comes Down is presented in an otherwise unreleased live version, recorded in Detroit on the 1978 tour.” WK-SS


Rewind:
Rewind (1971–1984) “was released in 1984. Coming only three years after Sucking in the Seventies, the album was primarily compiled to mark the end of the band’s worldwide alliance with EMI (and Warner Music in North America), both of whom were the distributors of Rolling Stones Records.” RW “The UK and US editions…would each feature altered track listings, reflecting the individual tastes of both territories.” RW “The album was re-released on Compact Disc in the United States adding It’s Only Rock’n’ Roll (But I Like It) and Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker).” RW


Jump Back:
This was the Stones’ “first release under their contract with Virgin Records in November 1993.” JB This was released worldwide, except in North America, where it finally “came on 24 August 2004. The first Rolling Stones compilation packaged in the Compact Disc era, Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones stretches from 1971’s Sticky Fingers to then-most recent studio album Steel Wheels in 1989.” JB


Forty Licks:
“Forty Licks is a double compilation album by The Rolling Stones. A forty-year career-spanning retrospective, Forty Licks is notable for being the first retrospective to combine the band’s formative Decca/London era of the 1960s, now licensed by ABKCO Records (disc one), with their self-owned post-1970 material, currently distributed by Universal music (disc two).” FL This page only focuses on the material from disc two. For disc one material, check out the 1963-1971 compilations page.


Review Source(s):


Related DMDB Link(s):

The Rolling Stones’ DMDB page 1963-1971 compilations


Last updated August 29, 2009.