The Rolling Stones: Atlantic City Trailer

The Rolling Stones: Atlantic City Trailer (1989)

19 December 1989 165 mins

DVD 1 01 - Continental Drift 02 - Start Me Up 03 - Bitch 04 - Sad Sad Sad 05 - Under Cover Of The Night 06 - Harlem Shuffle 07 - Tumbling Dice 08 - Miss You 09 - Terrifying 10 - Ruby Tuesday 11 - Salt Of The Earth (with Axl Rose & Izzy Stradlin) 12 - Rock And A Hard Place 13 - Mixed Emotions 14 - Honky Tonk Women 15 - Midnight Rambler DVD 2 01 - You Can't Always Get What You Want 02 - Little Red Rooster (with Eric Clapton) 03 - Boogie Chillen (with Eric Clapton & John Lee Hooker) 04 - Can't Be Seen 05 - Happy 06 - Paint It Black 07 - 2000 Light Years From Home 08 - Sympathy For The Devil 09 - Gimme Shelter 10 - Band Introduction 11 - It's Only Rock And Roll 12 - Brown Sugar 13 - Satisfaction 14 - Jumping Jack Flash

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