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Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones

Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones
British cover
Greatest hits album by The Rolling Stones
Released 22 November 1993 (UK)
24 August 2004 (US)
Recorded December 1969 – June 1989
Genre Rock
Length 75:43
Label Virgin
Producer Jimmy Miller, The Glimmer Twins, Chris Kimsey, and Steve Lillywhite
The Rolling Stones compilations chronology
Singles Collection: The London Years
(1989)
Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones
(1993)
Forty Licks
(2002)
American cover

Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones is the sixth official compilation album by The Rolling Stones. It was initially released worldwide, except in North America, in 1993. The North American release came on 24 August 2004.

It was the first Rolling Stones compilation packaged in the compact disc era, and covered the band's career from 1971's Sticky Fingers to then-most recent studio album Steel Wheels in 1989. It was also the band's first release under their contract with Virgin Records, which had been signed in November 1993, while Voodoo Lounge was being recorded. The album reached No. 16 in the UK and became an enduring seller. Despite its very belated release in the US in 2004, it managed to peak at No. 30 and go platinum. The album artwork was designed by Maurice Jones and all 4 shoes / boots illustrated are still in Mr Jones' possession.

In 2009 it was remastered and reissued by Universal Music.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Charts 2
  • Certifications 3
  • References 4

Track listing

All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.

  1. "Start Me Up" – 3:34 (from "Tattoo You")
  2. "Brown Sugar" – 3:48 (from "Sticky Fingers")
  3. "Harlem Shuffle" – 3:25 (by Bobby Relf and Earl Nelson) (From "Dirty Work")
  4. "It's Only Rock 'n Roll" – 5:07 (from "It's Only Rock 'N' Roll")
  5. "Mixed Emotions" (Single version) – 4:01 (from "Steel Wheels")
  6. "Angie" – 4:31 (from "Goats Head Soup")
  7. "Tumbling Dice" – 3:45 (from "Exile On Main Street")
  8. "Fool to Cry" (Single version) – 4:06 (from "Black And Blue")
  9. "Rock and a Hard Place" (Single version) – 4:05 (from "Steel Wheels")
  10. "Miss You" (Single version) – 3:36 (from "Some Girls")
  11. "Hot Stuff" (Single version) – 3:30 (from "Black And Blue")
  12. "Emotional Rescue" – 5:39 (from "Emotional Rescue")
  13. "Respectable" – 3:07 (from "Some Girls")
  14. "Beast of Burden" (Single version) – 3:29 (from "Some Girls")
  15. "Waiting on a Friend" – 4:35 (from "Tattoo You")
  16. "Wild Horses" – 5:43 (from "Sticky Fingers")
  17. "Bitch" – 3:36 (from "Sticky Fingers")
  18. "Undercover of the Night" – 4:33 (from "Undercover")

Charts

Chart (1993) Peak
position
French Top Albums[1] 6
New Zealand Top 40 Albums[2] 4
Norwegian Top 40 Albums[3] 15
Swedish Top 60 Albums[4] 10
Swiss Top 100 Albums[5] 18
UK Albums Chart[6] 16
Chart (1994) Peak
position
Austrian Top 75 Albums[7] 14
Chart (1995) Peak
position
Australian Top 50 Albums[8] 9
Belgium (Flanders) 100 Albums[9] 18
Belgium (Wallonia) 100 Albums[10] 25
Netherlands Top 100 Albums[11] 10
Chart (1998) Peak
position
German Albums[12] 40
Chart (2004) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[13] 30
Chart (2010) Peak
position
Spanish Top 100 Albums[14] 81
Chart (2014) Peak
position
Italian Albums (FIMI)[15] 95

Certifications

Country Provider Certification
(sales thresholds)
Argentina[16] CAPIF 3x Multi-Platinum
Austria[17] IFPI Gold
Brazil[18] ABPD Gold
France[19] SNEP Platinum
Germany[20] BVMI Gold
Sweden[21] IFPI Gold
United Kingdom[22] BPI 2x Multi-Platinum
United States[23] RIAA Platinum

References

  1. ^ "Les "Charts Runs" de chaque Album Classé" (PHP). InfoDisc (in French).  Find "The ROLLING STONES" under the drop-down menu to see statistics.
  2. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  3. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  4. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  5. ^ (Album)"The Best of the Rolling Stones – Jump Back"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  6. ^ "Chart Archive: Top 40 Official UK Albums Archive – 11th December 1993".  
  7. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP). Austrian Charts. Hung Medien. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  8. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  9. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  10. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP).  
  11. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP). Dutch Charts. Hung Medien. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  12. ^ "Chartverfolgung / ROLLING STONES, THE / Longplay". Music Line (in German).  
  13. ^ – The Rolling Stones"Jump Back: The Best of the Rolling Stones 1971–1993".  
  14. ^ (Album)"Jump Back – Best of 71–93"The Rolling Stones – (ASP). Spanish Charts. Hung Medien. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  15. ^ "Artisti - Classifica settimanale WK 26 (dal 23-06-2014 al 29-06-2014)" (in Italian).  
  16. ^ "Certifications Search Results" (ASP).  
  17. ^ "Gold & Platin".   Type "Jump Back" under Titel to see search results.
  18. ^ "Certificados" (ASP).   Search for "Rolling Stones" to see search results.
  19. ^ "Les Certifications depuis 1973" (PHP). InfoDisc (in French).   Find "ROLLINGSTONES" on the drop-down menu to see certifications.
  20. ^ "Gold- /Platin-Datenbank" [Gold- /Platinum-Database].   Type "Jump Back" under Titel to see search results.
  21. ^ "Guld & Platinum 1987–1998" (PDF).  
  22. ^ "Certified Awards Search" (ASPX).  
  23. ^ "Gold & Platinum Searchable Database" (PHP).  
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