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The Rolling Stones - Out For Blood flac album
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The Rolling Stones - Out For Blood flac album

Album:
Out For Blood
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Classic Rock
MP3 archive size:
1290 mb
FLAC archive size:
1715 mb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
620

Tracklist

1-1 Not Fade Away 3:29
1-2 Tumbling Dice 4:41
1-3 You Got Me Rockin' 3:59
1-4 Shattered 4:35
1-5 Rocks Off 5:24
1-6 Sparks Will Fly 4:57
1-7 Satisfaction 6:06
1-8 Beast Of Burden 4:55
1-9 Out Of Tears 5:49
1-10 Wild Horses 5:30
1-11 All Down The Line 4:38
1-12 Miss You 8:29
2-1 Sad Sad Sad 4:22
2-2 I Go Wild 8:27
2-3 Honky Tonk Women 5:14
2-4 Before They Make Me Run 4:06
2-5 The Worst 2:43
2-6 Love Is Strong 5:55
2-7 Monkey Man 4:30
2-8 Start Me Up 4:17
2-9 Street Fighting Man 5:31
2-10 It's Only Rock'n Roll 4:48
2-11 Brown Sugar 4:34
2-12 Jumping Jack Flash 5:37

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – CNE Stadium

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer
  • Bass – Darryl Jones
  • Guitar – Keith Richards, Ron Wood
  • Keyboards – Chuck Leavell
  • Lead Vocals – Mick Jagger
  • Tenor Saxophone – Bobby Keys

Notes

Toronto, CAN 8/19/94 @ Exhibition Stadium

includes 12 page booklet, picture discs, 6"x 11" deluxe gatefold digipack

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 016689 100216
  • Matrix / Runout: F. Disc BZBX 033 1436-A
  • Matrix / Runout: F. Disc BZBX 032 1436-B

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