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No Stone Unturned

No Stone Unturned
The Rolling Stones
Released 5 October 1973
Recorded 1963–68
Genre Rock
Language English
Label Decca
Producer Andrew Loog Oldham
The Rolling Stones compilations chronology

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)
(1972)
No Stone Unturned
(1973)
Metamorphosis
(1975)

No Stone Unturned is a compilation album by The Rolling Stones released in 1973. Eight of the twelve tracks had been previously released on single b-sides in the United Kingdom, and the rest had been released on EPs.

The song Sad Day is released as a single from the LP. Keith said he didn't mind them repackaging the old stuff but wished they would use a bit more imagination about it. He said that "putting out old flipsides as singles is shit". He said the record company Decca were supposed to be making records "but they might just as easily be making baked beans." Keith then bluntly called the record company "the biggest bunch of shits in the world".[1]

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Track listing

All songs composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards except as noted.

Side one
  1. "Poison Ivy" (Version 2) (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)
  2. "The Singer Not The Song"
  3. "Surprise Surprise"
  4. "Child of the Moon"
  5. "Stoned" (Nanker Phelge)
  6. "Sad Day"
Side two
  1. "Money" (Berry Gordy Jr., Janie Bradford)
  2. "Congratulations"
  3. "I'm Moving On" (Live) (Hank Snow)
  4. "2120 South Michigan Avenue" (Short version) (Phelge)
  5. "Long Long While"
  6. "Who's Driving Your Plane?"

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