Are you a [lastfm]Rolling Stones[/lastfm] fanatic? Do you keep Tattoo You on repeat at your tattoo parlor? Do you nightly patrol karaoke bars to show off your unbelievable rendition of “Miss You?” Do you have a Keef Richards shrine in your basement where you hold monthly fanboy meetings?
Man, we hope not. That’s a little creepy.
Why not turn down the creep-factor and indulge in a little game we like to call buying only what you need. Don’t worry – we’ll tell you exactly what you need to buy from now on. Here’s one! Do you know what you need? You need this limited edition box set of Rolling Stones vinyl remasters! You do! Buy it! BUY IT!
These aren’t just any boring releases – these are the remastered reissues. All off this delicious vinyl, which is set to hit stores on November 22, will curb any fans appetite for deep cuts and hit singles alike. Coming to a grand total of 23 studio albums, the two sets will include everything including some rare EPs.
To maintain some sort of coherency (unlike Keith Richards these days), each box set is split chronologically. Here is a breakdown of what you may see.
1964-1969 Vinyl Box Set:
‘The Rolling Stones’ (EP)
‘The Rolling Stones’
‘Five By Five’ (EP)
‘The Rolling Stones No. 2’
‘Out Of Our Heads’
‘Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass)’
‘Between The Buttons’
‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’
‘Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)’
‘Let It Bleed’
1971-2005 Vinyl Box Set:
‘Exile On Main Street’
‘Goats Head Soup’
‘It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll’
‘Black And Blue’
‘Voodoo Lounge’ (2 LPs)
‘Bridges To Babylon’ (2 LPs)
‘A Bigger Bang’ (2 LPs)
Sexy! We’re gonna need a bigger milk box.
[Stolen from the archives at NME.com]