Top 75 Rolling Stones Songs

Top 75 Rolling Stones Songs

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Top 75 Rolling Stones Songs presents the best Rolling Stones Songs from across the band’s entire classic catalog from the 1960s to the 2000s. After 61 years and 25 studio albums, yeah, you could say that the Rolling Stones have amassed one hell of a catalog.

News of the Stones returning to the studio – with Beatles alum Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr no less – should not surprise anyone. Considering the remaining members of the Stones – we recently lost Charlie Watts – seem intent on literally rocking until they drop, I say more power to them.

Debates regarding the Stones’ place in history continue to run rampant, with their detractors pointing to the Beatles or Led Zeppelin as superior. And while there’s merit to that end, ultimately, when it comes to important rock ‘n’ roll bands, no one does it like the Glimmer Twins.

With a Tele in hand, Keith Richards is as potent as ever, and Ronnie Wood is still capable of cranking up a riff laden with enough boogie to wake the dead. And, of course, there’s Mick Jagger, the Stones’ evergreen frontman, who perpetually prances across the stage, running circles around men half his age.

With a catalog as deep as the one the Rolling Stones possess, it can be hard to pin down the band’s best songs, let alone boil it down to a mere 75 songs. Still, we’ve done just that. What follows are the top 75 Rolling Stones songs.

# 75 – She Was Hot

From the album Undercover released in 1983


# 74 – Rough Justice

From the album A Bigger Bang released in 2005


# 73 – Anybody Seen My Baby?

From the album Bridges to Babylon released in 1997


# 72 – If You Can’t Rock Me

From the album It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll released in 1974


# 71 – Fool to Cry

From the album Black and Blue released in 1976


# 70 – 2000 Light Years from Home

From the album Their Satanic Majesties Request  released in 1967


# 69 – Love in Vain

From the album Let it Bleed  released in 1969


# 68 – Sweet Virginia  

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 67 – Ain’t Too Proud to Beg

From the album It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll  released in 1974


# 66 – Memory Motel

From the album Black and Blue released in 1976


# 65 – Mixed Emotions

From the album Steel Wheels released in 1989


# 64 – Plundered My Soul

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 63 – Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?

From the album Flowers released in 1967


# 62 – Lady Jane

From the album Aftermath released in 1966


# 61 – Stray Cat Blues

From the album Beggars Banquet released in 1968


# 60 – I’m Free

From the album Out of Our Heads released in 1965


# 59 – She Smiled Sweetly

From the album Between the Buttons released in 1967


# 58 – Dance Little Sister

From the album It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll released in 1974


# 57 – Doctor Doctor

From the album Beggars Banquet released in 1968


# 56 – Ventilator Blues

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 55 – The Last Time

From the album Out of Our Heads released in 1965


# 54 – Emotional Rescue

From the album Emotional Rescue released in 1980


# 53 – When the Whip Comes Down

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 52 – Blinded by Rainbows

From the album Voodoo Lounge released in 1994


# 51 – Rocks Off

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 50 – Don’t Stop

From the album Forty Licks released in 2002


# 49 – Summer Romance

From the album Emotional Rescue released in 1980


# 48 – Mother’s Little Helper

From the album Aftermath released in 1966


# 47 – Time Is on My Side

From the album 12 x 5 released in 1964


# 46 – Respectable

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 45 – One Hit (To the Body)

From the album Dirty Work released in 1965


# 44 – Torn and Frayed

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 43 – Little T&A

From the album Tattoo You released in 1981


# 42 – 2000 Man

From the album Their Satanic Majesties Request released in 1967


# 41 – Bitch

From the album Sticky Fingers released in 1971


# 40 – It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)

From the album It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll  released in 1974


# 39 – Miss You

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 38 – Ride On, Baby

From the album Flowers released in 1967


# 37 – Under My Thumb

From the album Aftermath released in 1966


# 36 – Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)

From the album Goats Head Soup released in 1973


# 35 – Hang Fire

From the album Tattoo You released in 1981


# 34 – Luxury

From the album It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll  released in 1974


# 33 – Angie

From the album Goats Head Soup released in 1973


# 32 – Star Star

From the album Goats Head Soup released in 1973


# 31 – Happy

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 30 – Hand of Fate

From the album Black and Blue released in 1976


# 29 – Let’s Spend the Night Together

From the album Between the Buttons released in 1966


# 28 – You Can’t Always Get What You Want

From the album Let it Bleed  released in 1969


# 27 – All Down the Line

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 26 – Before they Make Me Run

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 25 – She’s So Cold

From the album Emotional Rescue released in 1980


# 24 – Rip This Joint

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 23 – Shattered

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 22 – Start Me Up

From the album Tattoo You released in 1981


# 21 – Sway

From the album Sticky Fingers released in 1971


# 20 –Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Non-album single released 1968


# 19 – Beast of Burden

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 18 – Tumbling Dice

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 17 – Some Girls

From the album Some Girls released in 1978


# 16 – Get Off of My Cloud

From the album December’s Children (And Everybody’s) released in 1965


# 15 – Shine a Light

From the album Exile on Main St. released in 1972


# 14 – Wild Horses

From the album Sticky Fingers released in 1971


# 13 – She’s a Rainbow

From the album Their Satanic Majesties Request  released in 1967


# 12 – Monkey Man

From the album Let it Bleed released in 1969


# 11 – Midnight Rambler

From the album Let it Bleed released in 1969


# 10 – Can’t You Hear Me Knocking

From the album Sticky Fingers released in 1971


# 9 – Street Fighting Man

From the album Beggars Banquet released in 1968


# 8 – Dead Flowers

From the album Sticky Fingers released in 1971


# 7 – Let it Bleed

From the album Let it Bleed released in 1969


# 6 – Honky Tonk Woman

From the album Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol.2) released in 1969


# 5 – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

From the album Out of Our Heads released in 1965


# 4 – Sympathy for the Devil

From the album Beggars Banquet released in 1968


# 3 – Paint it Black

From the album Aftermath released in 1966


# 2 – Brown Sugar

From the album Sticky Fingers released in 1971


# 1 Gimme Shelter

From the album Let it Bleed released in 1969


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