Test Your Knowledge: The Rolling Stones Albums

By: Staff

4 Min Quiz

Which of the band's albums was released in 1964?

The album peaked at number one in the U.K. and No. 11 in the United States.

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Which album prominently featured a toilet?

Perhaps it was symbolic of the music, which was less highly regarded than most of their albums.

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Which album has the songs "Wild Horses" and "Moonlight Mile?"

It's the first album that credits Mick Jagger with guitar work.

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Which album featured artwork made with a thermal imaging camera?

The album was strong enough to take the number one position on the U.S. charts for seven weeks.

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What was the only Stones recording to be nominated for an album-of-the-year Grammy award?

It's often considered one of their all-time best albums.

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Which album was the first to feature Ronnie Wood instead of Mick Taylor?

He was still a member of the Faces when he began recording with the Stones.

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Which album was the first to top both the U.K. and U.S. charts?

It's also considered one of the best albums that the band ever made.

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Which album cover was eerily reminiscent of The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club"?

The psychedelic cover art was fitting for the equally adventurous music inside.

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"Start Me Up" appears on which album?

The ultra-famous single helped sell more than 4 million copies in just the United States.

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Which album had peel-off stickers on the cover?

The stickers could have been used to adhere the music inside, which was disjointed and eclectic .

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Which album features mostly covers of famous R&B tunes?

The album also contained three songs written by Richards and Jagger.

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Which album was best known as the first record featuring Jagger and Richards following their long and public spat?

It was a comeback album that featured several strong singles.

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Which album did Keith Richards call, "a load of crap."

Mick Jagger said too little editing and too many drugs contributed to the mediocre performances.

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Which album features a hidden track as a tribute to the band's late manager, Ian Stewart?

Steward died suddenly of a heart attack.

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The band played a whoppling 108 shows in support of which album?

It sold more than a million copies, showing the band's staying power in the late 1990's.

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Which album was a completion that included four new recordings?

The album contained more than four decades worth of songs.

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What album was the first to use the band's iconic tongue-and-lips logo?

Many people assume that it was Jagger on the cover photo but it actually wasn't.

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Which album found Brian Jones playing instruments such as the Japanese koto and sitar?

He also played marimbas, harmonica, keyboard and other instruments.

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Which album was the band's first digital recording?

It was also remastered and reissued in 2009.

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Which album was released in 2005?

It's also the band's most recent studio release.

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Which album was followed by a 3-D special that aired on FOX?

The TV special used a special technology that precluded the need for 3-D glasses.

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Which album spent 10 weeks at number one on the U.K. charts?

Some versions of the album were printed as "The Rolling Stones Vol. 2."

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Which album was the first to feature Jagger playing bass guitar?

It took decades for Jagger to finally record his bass efforts.

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Which album was the last with Brian Jones and the first with Mick Taylor?

Taylor's run with the Stones lasted from 1969 to 1974.

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Which album's promotion caused an uproar with a suggestive billboard in Los Angeles?

The billboard displayed a female model tied up by Jagger.

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Which album featured the hit song, "Paint it Black?"

The song peaked at number one in the U.S. and U.K.

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Which top-rated album did Jimmy Miller produce and also play the drums on?

He traveled with the band to a French villa to record this famous album.

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Which album was mostly recorded in Kingston, Jamaica?

The band was happy to include plenty of local musicians in the recording sessions.

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Which album is highlighted by the track, "You Can't Always Get What You Want"?

The band joked about the idea of asking a choir to open the song…and then actually did it

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Which album has been derided for its gaudy 1980's cover art?

The album itself was embraced by some critics and ridiculed by others.

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Since 1962, MickJagger and company have been cranking out the hits. How much do you know about this band's catalog?

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