If you are a fan of the Rolling Stones but have very few if any of their albums, than this is the CD to buy. It's an excellent way to start off your collection with a bunch of rock 'n roll gems. But, if you're a die-hard fan with a bunch of their albums already in your possesion, don't buy this. Every song on this CD except four new ones can be found on various other Rolling Stones CDs. Those four are (put mildly) very fourth-rate songs.
With that said, you get two CDs with this collection, Disc One being the sixties and one seventies song (Wild Horses), and Disc Two being post sixties. Disc One is worth the price you pay for the entire collection. On it are twenty great songs including (but not limited to) Street Fighting Man, The Last Time, Honkey Tonk Woman, Jumpin' Jack Flash (my favorite), Sympathy for the Devil (my other favorite), and Mother's Little Helper. Disc Two has a few gems (Angie, Miss You, Start Me Up), and a couple of fourth rate songs (Undercover of the Night, Anybody Seen My Baby, Losing My Touch to name a few). Don't get me wrong, Disc Two isn't a terrible CD, but we're kinda spoiled with Disc One. If I was making the Album, I'd replace the four new songs with Tell Me, As Tears Go By, She's So Cold, Heart of Stone.