The Rolling Stones’ 8 Greatest Hits.


In a career spanning nearly 60 years, The Rolling Stones have released 30 albums and released nearly 450 songs and recorded plenty more. 

The Rolling Stones, British rock group, formed in 1962, that drew on Chicago blues stylings to create a unique vision of the dark side of post-1960s counterculture. The original members were Mick Jagger (b. July 26, 1943, Dartford, Kent, England), Keith Richards (b. December 18, 1943, Dartford), Brian Jones (b. February 28, 1942, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England—d. July 3, 1969, Hartfield, Sussex, England), Bill Wyman (b. October 24, 1936, London, England), and Charlie Watts (b. June 2, 1941, London—d. August 24, 2021, London). Later members were Mick Taylor (b. January 17, 1948, Hereford, East Hereford and Worcester, England), Ron Wood (b. June 1, 1947, London), and Darryl Jones (b. December 11, 1961, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.).

No rock band has sustained consistent activity and global popularity for so long a period as the Rolling Stones, still capable, more than 50 years after their formation, of filling the largest stadia in the world. 

Throughout the 1960s and ’70s, the Stones saw their most peaks on the charts with a batch of No. 1 hits from their first U.S. hit “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and the stark 1966 anthem of “Paint It, Black”.

These are the eight The Rolling Stones tracks that soared to the top of the U.S. charts. 


  1. “Honky Tonk Woman”
  2. “Paint It, Black”
  3. “Brown Sugar”
  4. “Angie”
  5. “Miss You”
  6. “Get Off My Cloud”
  7. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
  8. “Ruby Tuesday”
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