THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: ROLLING STONES - 12-inch DANCE MIXES PART 4

January 25, 2011 – 3:49 am


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THE ROLLING STONES
Out Of Control (The 12″ Non-Album Live B-Sides 1978-1998) [Maxi-4, 1CD]

The CD cover note says it all: “This CD is one of six containing all the extended dance mixes as well as all the non-album live and studio tracks released on all the numerous 12-inch singles/Maxi-CDs from 1978 onwards. Happy hunting!”

As far as we are aware, these tracks have all been deleted.

Big round of thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks.

Thanks also to Philip Cohen who helped to verify the tracks. Phil noted: “When The Whip Comes Down also appeared on Sucking in The ’70s. Even if it hasn’t been reissued by Universal, it is fairly easy to find on CD.”

These tracks are no longer available for download as the majority have been officially released.

01. When The Whip Comes Down - Omitted
Masonic Hall, Detroit, MI; July 6, 1978
Track 02. Beast Of Burden
Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL; November 25, 1981
Track 03. Undercover Of The Night
Convention Center, Atlantic City, NJ; December 19, 1989
Track 04. Harlem Shuffle
Korakuen Dome, Tokyo; February 27, 1990
Track 05. Play With Fire
Death Valley Stadium, Clemson, CA; November 26, 1989
Track 06. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
Wembley Stadium, London; July 6, 1990
Track 07. 2000 Light Years From Home
Estadio Olympic, Barcelona; June 14, 1990
Track 08. Tumbling Dice
Wembley Stadium, London; August 24, 1990
Track 09. Street Fighting Man
Wembley Stadium, London, August 25, 1990
Track 10. I Go Wild
Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FL; November 25, 1994
Track 11. Black Limousine
Brixton Academy, London; July 19, 1995
Track 12. All Down The Line
Paradiso, Amsterdam; May 27, 1995
Track 13. Live With Me
Brixton Academy, London; July 19, 1995
Track 14. Tumbling Dice
Backstage rehearsal, Olympia, Paris; July 3, 1995
Track 15. Gimme Shelter
Paradiso, Amsterdam; May 27, 1995

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  1. 17 Responses to “THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: ROLLING STONES - 12-inch DANCE MIXES PART 4”

  2. This is great. Many thanks

    By shadreck on Jan 25, 2011

  3. Recent Stones were this good? It’s like hearing a new band. Thanks.

    By Brian McKeith on Jan 25, 2011

  4. thanks BigO and Lincoln Park Mark

    By Jaltheimpaler on Jan 25, 2011

  5. Thanks to LP Mark - Looks like he is becoming as valuable a contributor as Phil, and that’s saying a lot!

    By tony on Jan 25, 2011

  6. where did “When The Whip Comes Down” officially appear?

    By Daij on Jan 25, 2011

  7. It appears that live version of “When the Whip Comes Down” is on “Sucking in the Seventies.”

    By Dennis on Jan 25, 2011

  8. Thanks again! I’m listening to the Stones again after a many year break.

    By Namoosedog on Jan 26, 2011

  9. I think Tumblin’ Dice and I Just Want to Make Love To You are available on the “Rarities” cd issued through/with Starbucks.

    By marc on Jan 26, 2011

  10. Thanks for this but everytime I download “Gimme Shelter” it starts to fall apart at around 5:45. Am I the only one this happens to?

    By Dick on Jan 28, 2011

  11. I managed to download past 5:45, but after that mark the song starts to glitch heavily!!!

    By Tom on Jan 28, 2011

  12. yep, me too.

    By lowendbill on Jan 29, 2011

  13. Hello Dick, Tom and lowendbill
    Thanks for the feedback. A glitch-free version has been uploaded. Cheers.

    By bigozine2 on Jan 29, 2011

  14. Thanks for another piece to this Stones set. Loving these.

    By Matt on Jan 30, 2011

  15. I haven’t listened to all of these but from what I’ve heard; WOW.
    Many Thanks & Cheers,
    platterpile

    By John P McNea III on Feb 1, 2011

  16. Loving it! When’s #5 coming? Does anyone know how to get lossless versions of these tasty morsels?

    By Chris Wilson on Feb 3, 2011

  17. wonder if the publishing of keith’s book was just a gimmick so that people would start listening to the RS again and warming them up for yet another tour. I mean, how many versions, live & otherwise, of tumbling dice do i need, how many historic facts do I need to know about it, etc. Talk about squeezing out the proverbial cow to the very last drop and then some.

    By dunno on Feb 3, 2011

  18. Nice. Clear and Live Stones from different sources that sound like they belong together. Fantastic work on these. Much appreciated. To paraphrase an old album title, “Got Live - You BETTER want it!!!” yeeeEEESSSS!

    By 2yrsnojob on Feb 5, 2011

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