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The Biggest Bang

The Biggest Bang
Video by The Rolling Stones
Released June 2007 (2007-06)
Recorded 18 February – 22 October 2006 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Saitama, Japan; Shanghai, China; Austin, Texas, United States
Genre Rock
Label Redline Entertainment
Director Hamish Hamilton, J. B. De Oliveira, Toru Uehara, Wang Xianshen, Fernando Rolan, Jacob Cohl, Anthony Green
Producer The Rolling Stones, Done and Dusted, Marty Callner, Randall Gladstein
The Rolling Stones video chronology

Four Flicks
The Biggest Bang
Shine a Light

The Biggest Bang is a four-disc concert DVD collection released by the Rolling Stones. The collection documents several shows from the band's 2005–2006 legs of the A Bigger Bang Tour. The DVD debuted at #1 on Billboard's music video chart selling 20,422 copies during the first week and has sold almost 48,000 copies to date (14 September 2007). It was certified 7x multi-platinum in U.S for shipments of 175,000 sets.[1] It was re-released on Blu-ray on 16 June 2009, with only the concert of Austin and his documentary, Salt of the Earth the tour documentary, the excerpt of the Saitama concert.


Disc 1: Zilker Park, Austin, Texas - 22 October 2006

  1. Opening (intro)
  2. "You Got Me Rocking"
  3. "Let's Spend the Night Together"
  4. "She's So Cold"
  5. "Oh No, Not You Again"
  6. "Sway"
  7. "Bob Wills Is Still the King"
  8. "Streets of Love"
  9. "Ain't Too Proud to Beg"
  10. "Tumbling Dice"
  11. "Learning the Game"
  12. "Little T&A"
  13. "Under My Thumb"
  14. "Get Off of My Cloud"
  15. "Honky Tonk Women"
  16. "Sympathy for the Devil"
  17. "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
  18. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
  19. "Brown Sugar"

Bonus features

  1. "Austin Mini-Documentary"
  2. ""I Can't Be Satisfied" from Milan, Italy
  3. "Jukebox Feature"

Disc 2: Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 18 February 2006

  1. Opening (intro)
  2. "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
  3. "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)"
  4. "You Got Me Rocking"
  5. "Wild Horses"
  6. "Rain Fall Down"
  7. "Midnight Rambler"
  8. "The Night Time (Is The Right Time)"
  9. "Happy"
  10. "Miss You"
  11. "Rough Justice"
  12. "Get Off of My Cloud"
  13. "Honky Tonk Women"
  14. "Start Me Up"
  15. "Brown Sugar"
  16. "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
  17. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Bonus Feature: Rio de Janeiro documentary

Disc 3: Rest Of The World

Saitama Super Arena, Saitama, Japan - 2 April 2006

  1. Opening (intro)
  2. "Let's Spend the Night Together"
    Sapporo (segue)
  3. "Rain Fall Down"
    Tokyo Dome (segue)
  4. "Rough Justice"
    Cherry Blossoms (segue)

Shanghai Grand Stage, Shanghai, China - 8 April 2006

  1. Opening (intro)
  2. "Bitch"
  3. "Midnight Rambler"
  4. "Gimme Shelter"
  5. "This Place Is Empty"
    That's What I Do (segue)
  6. "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (but I Like It)"
    China, A Slow Process (segue)

River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina - 21 February and/or 23, 2006

  1. Opening (intro)
  2. "Worried About You"
    Football Chant (segue)
  3. "Happy"
  4. "Miss You"
    Ronnie & Audience (segue)
  5. "Paint It Black"
  6. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"


  1. Bonnie Raitt featurette "Shine a Light"
  2. Eddie Vedder featurette "Wild Horses"
  3. Dave Matthews featurette "Let It Bleed"


  1. "Shine a Light" featuring Bonnie Raitt
  2. "Wild Horses" featuring Eddie Vedder
  3. "Let It Bleed" featuring Dave Matthews
  4. "Wild Horses" featuring Cui Jian
  5. "Jukebox Feature"

Disc 4

  1. "Salt of the Earth: A Bigger Bang Tour Documentary"

Bonus songs

  1. "Get Up, Stand Up"
  2. "Mr. Pitiful"

Bonus features

  1. "If It Ain't Got That Swing" featuring Charlie Watts
  2. "Hurricane" featuring Keith Richards
  3. "Outlets of Emotion" featuring Ron Wood
  4. "Busking" featuring Mick Jagger

Charts and certifications

Year-end charts
Year Country Chart Rank
2007 Germany IFPI 79 [19]


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