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It's a testament to this band's brilliance that the second double-album of hits and highlights is almost as good as the first! This remastered version adds three tracks to the original's 25, too; includes Not Fade Away; Lady Jane; Dandelion; She's a Rainbow; 2000 Light Years from Home; Let It Bleed; Come On; No Expectations; It's All Over Now; Out of Time; Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow?; Poison Ivy , and more.

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The Stones having left London Records in 1970 to form their own label, the old company graciously . . . kept exploiting the old catalog to the nth degree. More Hot Rocks, which followed the double greatest-hits set that became one of the band's most consistent sellers, is actually a brilliantly selected and sequenced game of catch-up. The first three-quarters recapitulate hits and album tracks ("The Last Time," "No Expectations") and a couple of up-'til-then non-LP sides ("We Love You," "Child of the Moon"). The final eight cuts gather material never before issued in the States, including the group's first single (Chuck Berry's "Come On"), the British Aftermath keynote "What to Do" and a tough, apropos take on "Money." --Rickey Wright

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