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THE ROLLING STONES - Flashpoint (1991)
Flashpoint is a live album by British rock band The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1991, having been recorded throughout 1989 and 1990 on the mammoth Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour. It was the first live album by the group since 1982's "Still Life" (American Concert 1981). It was also the first album to use binaural recording, a 3D audio effect using just two stereo speakers. This gives the effect that the concert audience is behind the home listener. The audience cheer track was taken from the Rolling Stones' 1970 live album Get Yer Ya-Yas Out, complete with an audience member shouting out a request: "'Paint It, Black', 'Paint It, Black', you devil".
As Flashpoint was The Rolling Stones' final release under their contract with Sony Music the band signed a new lucrative long-term worldwide deal with Virgin Records in 1991, with the exception of Bill Wyman. After thirty years with the band, the 55-year-old Wyman decided that he had other interests he wanted to pursue and felt that, considering the size of the Steel Wheels project and tour, it was fitting to bow out at that time. Although he would not officially announce his departure until January 1993 - during the interim the rest of the band had repeatedly asked him to reconsider - he had talked about leaving the band for at least ten years. After his departure, Ronnie Wood was finally taken off salary and made a full member of the Rolling Stones partnership, 18 years after he joined the band.
TRACKS: 01. (Intro) Continental Drift 02. Start Me Up 03. Sad Sad Sad 04. Miss You 05. Rock And A Hardplace 06. Ruby Tuesday 07. You Can't Always Get What You Want 08. Factory Girl 09. Can't Be Seen 10. Little Red Rooster 11. Paint It Black 12. Sympathy For The Devil 13. Brown Sugar 14. Jumpin' Jack Flash 15. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 16. Highwire 17. Sex Drive
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