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    Product description
    Album Features
    UPC:724384567026
    Artist:The Rolling Stones
    Format:CD
    Release Year:1998
    Record Label:Virgin
    Genre:Hard Rock, Rock & Pop

    Track Listing
    1. Continental Drift (Intro) - (Intro)
    2. Start Me Up
    3. Sad Sad Sad
    4. Miss You
    5. Rock and a Hard Place
    6. Ruby Tuesday
    7. You Can't Always Get What You Want
    8. Factory Girl
    9. 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 - (studio)
    17. Sex Drive - (studio)

    Details
    Playing Time:77 min.
    Producer:Chris Kimsey, The Glimmer Twins
    Distributor:EMI Music Distribution
    Recording Type:Live
    Recording Mode:Stereo
    SPAR Code:DDD

    Album Notes
    The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Keith Richards (vocals, guitar); Ron Wood (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums).Additional personnel: Eric Clapton (guitar); Bobby Keys (saxophone); Matt Clifford (French horn, keyboards); Chuck Leavell (keyboards); Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer, Cindy Mizelle, Tessa Niles, Katie Kissoon (background vocals).The Uptown Horns: Arno Hecht, Paul Litteral, Bob Funk, Crispen Cioe (horns).Digitally remastered by Bob Ludwig (Gateway Mastering Studios).Personnel: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Keith Richards (vocals, guitar); Eric Clapton, Ron Wood (guitar); Bobby Keys (saxophone, synthesizer); Matt Clifford (French horn, keyboards); Crispin Cioe, Arno Hecht, Paul Litterall, The Kick Horns, Uptown Horns, Bob Funk (horns); Chuck Leavell (keyboards); Bill Wyman (bass guitar); Charlie Watts (drums); Cindy Mizelle, Katie Kisson, Katie Kissoon, Lisa Fischer, Tessa Niles, Bernard Fowler (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Chris Kimsey; Christopher Marc Potter ; Mark "Spike" Stent.Audio Remasterers: Stephen Marcussen; Stewart Whitmore.Recording information: Steel Wheels, Urban Jungle World Tour (1989-1990).Ensembles: The Kick Horns; Uptown Horns.Photographers: Dimo Safari; Eugene Adebari; Kevin Mazur; Paul Natkin; Claude Gassian; Mark Fisher ; Mark Fisher.Prior to the release of 1989's STEEL WHEELS, most rock fans figured that there was a better chance of spotting the Loch Ness Monster than catching the Stones in concert again. Band founders Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were waging a bitter verbal battle in the press (and issuing solo albums), while longtime fans criticized the Stones' last few unfocused studio efforts. It appeared like the band was done for, until Jagger and Richards reconciled and reunited the other boys in the band for their first U.S. tour in nearly eight years. The tour was one of the most successful ever undertaken by a rock band, as all the mammoth shows were instant sell-outs, including selections from all eras of the band's vast catalogue. It's still a kick to hear such longtime classic-rock radio standards as "Start Me Up," "Miss You," "Paint It Black," "Brown Sugar," and "Sympathy for the Devil," as well as such overlooked classics as "Factory Girl," while later compositions like "Continental Drift" fit in well. Also included were two new studio recordings, "Highwire" and "Sex Drive."

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    Created: 11/09/06

    Another Rockin' Live Stones Set

    The Stones have quite a few live albums. I don't know which one is the best, they're all a little different, each recorded after various albums. I haven't heard one that hasn't rocked yet, and this one is no different. Flashpoint comes on the Steel Wheels tour. It's almost like a big band concert, with all kinds of instruments going with this one. The mixing on this CD is exceptional. You can hear every instrument nicely, and the vocals, whether lead or backup, are in full force. Highlights on this one are Paint It Black, which has a cool acoustic guitar playing the main rhythem, Sympathy For The Devil, Brown Sugar, Jumpin' Jack Flash, and Satisfaction-which are all played consecutively on tracks 11-15. They are out in full force on these 5 tracks. A little extra bonus is on track 10, Red Rooster, which has a guest appearance by Eric Clapton. So you get some cool blues fingerpicking as well. I also enjoyed Rock and a Hard Place which I believe is the only one off their new album (at the time). They also throw in a couple of new studio tunes in as well with Highwire and Sex Drive, which are pretty good also. It's hard to find anything wrong with this set. They always seem to pull it together when they're out on the road and put together exceptional shows.

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    Created: 11/17/08

    Rolling Stones -Flash point. Is A+

    For all you live album fans out there, this cd is the bomb.
    I had origianlly purchased the tape back in 1991, while in
    the Army. I wore the tape out, well I finally decided to get
    the cd. The studio track of highwire should be a contemporary
    classic. But the highlight of the album is the electrifing live
    version of paint it black. (The opening riff puts the hairs on the
    back of my neck stand on end.)Over all ,I give it a 10!
    buT THEN AGIAN i AM A STONES FAN TO THE END.
    Mikea1972

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    Created: 11/30/05

    Good stuff!

    I don't know to what extent it was caused by sheer nostalgia, but I loved this album right from the start. I saw the Stones only once, in the early seventies and I can't say this album reminded me much of that concert: too much water had gone under the bridge by the time "Flashpoint" was produced. Yet this album just hits all the right spots for me, bringing me back to the sixties (if only briefly) and then re-exploring the next few decades one by one with music that I had never heard in a live context before. My test of a live album is simply listenability: if I can put it back on the turntable (sic!) after first listening to it, it can't be too bad. This definitely meets that criteria and besides, it's a very good overall compilation album, meaning I like the way it was put together. It really is a blast. Go ahead and get it; you won't be disappointed.

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    Created: 02/04/09

    Flashpoint

    When I purchased this,I did not realize it was recorded live & I detest listening to the roar of the crowd.I would like to hear the Rolling Stones without interference.So, I would definitely not recommend this.There are plenty of CD"s of the Stones recorded in a studio,so why purchase this one?

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    Created: 01/07/07

    CD Purcased

    I like the group so I wanted the songs on the CD, but it was not mentioned that it was a live concert version, which I really dont care for. I like the original recordings better.

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