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The Rolling Stones’ groundbreaking multi-platinum selling album Let It Bleed was released in late 1969, charting at #1 in the UK and #3 in the US. The Rolling Stones, at this point already a critically and commercially dominant force, composed and recorded their eighth long player (tenth for the U.S.) amidst both geopolitical and personal turmoil. The second of four Rolling Stones albums made with producer Jimmy Miller (Traffic, Blind Faith), Let It Bleed perfectly captures the ominous spirit of the times with “Gimme Shelter,” the opening track.
The Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Edition) single 180g LP includes the stereo version of the album, remastered in 2019 by eleven-time Grammy-winning mastering engineer Bob Ludwig.

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1 Gimme Shelter
2 Love In Vain
3 Country Honk
4 Live With Me
5 Let It Bleed
6 Midnight Rambler
7 You''ve Got The Silver
8 Monkey Man
9 You Can''t Always Get What You Want

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DolphinBlue
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Horrendous distortion on vinyl, resolved with cleaning
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2019
UPDATE: Got a replacement with same issues as described below. Put it under the bright light and saw milky areas, like how vinyl looks after a cleaning before completely dry. Gave it a good cleaning. Problem solved. Surprised to have to clean a "deluxe" edition... See more
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Got a replacement with same issues as described below. Put it under the bright light and saw milky areas, like how vinyl looks after a cleaning before completely dry. Gave it a good cleaning. Problem solved. Surprised to have to clean a "deluxe" edition pressing from a $100 box set. I buy tons of vinyl, have around 1500 albums, and my experience has been that issues with a new album are often physical defects not resolved by a cleaning. Anyway, glad to have gotten this resolved. Fun box set. Upgraded review to 3 stars. Brand new vinyl should not need a deep cleaning.

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The vinyl has spots of horrific distortion. Sounds fine, then distortion like scratchy AM radio in the 70''s, then sounds fine again. Cleaning did not help. Guess I''ll try an exchange. Package otherwise is excellent. Love the book and extras.
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G. Magin
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No Pink Sleeve
Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2019
The Super Deluxe is an impressive package, right down to the texture of paper used on the outside box. My biggest disappointment is that they did not include the pink sleeve with the list of the songs and credits, like the original LP. What were they thinking? That would... See more
The Super Deluxe is an impressive package, right down to the texture of paper used on the outside box. My biggest disappointment is that they did not include the pink sleeve with the list of the songs and credits, like the original LP. What were they thinking? That would have meant more to me than the replica-signed and numbered lithographs. As for the limited edition, numbered thing, I wish I could somehow get my hands a set that wasn''t numbered. That might make it a bigger collectors item. And speaking of collectability, the original pink sleeve said; "alto sax-Bobby Keys" on "Live With Me", (yes, I know It''s a tenor) and credited "Love In Vain" to Woody Payne. Also, the originals spelled it Gimmie Shelter. I''m glad they included both the Mono and Stereo versions. I wish they would devise another way to fit in the cds in these sets, as one could easily scratch the cds when removing them. Haven''t played the "Honky Tonk Women" single yet but i suspect the sound may be compromised, as the groves are more to the outside of the disc, instead of using the maximum space available.
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Mark Van
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The Ultimate Stones 60s Album
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2020
Let It Bleed has everything a Stones fan could want, blues, country, rock, mayhem and a dark vision forewarning us all of the the end of the Hippy Utopian dream. You get to hear new boy Mick Taylor & founder member Brian Jones along with a revitalized Stones morphing into... See more
Let It Bleed has everything a Stones fan could want, blues, country, rock, mayhem and a dark vision forewarning us all of the the end of the Hippy Utopian dream. You get to hear new boy Mick Taylor & founder member Brian Jones along with a revitalized Stones morphing into the so called Greatest Rock n Roll Band in The World! The item is worth the price for a coffee tablebook of photographs by Ethan Russel and superb hand numbered art prints of the cover. if you lost your original Stones promo poster, don''t panic, a copy is included. Of interest, when reading the credit,s note that The Doors engineer Bruce Botnick is also in the backroom. The sound is crystal clear, unlike many Stones'' releases.
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whit
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great packaging, sound quality iffy
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
The book and other graphics materials are excellent. They vinyl pressings however sound less crisp than my original copy of the album -- worn and scratched as that is. The CDs sound better, but they didn''t even bother to remove the tape hiss from the masters -- which is a... See more
The book and other graphics materials are excellent. They vinyl pressings however sound less crisp than my original copy of the album -- worn and scratched as that is. The CDs sound better, but they didn''t even bother to remove the tape hiss from the masters -- which is a trivial thing to do these days without compromising the audio quality. (Don''t have a SACD deck, but assume since the CD tracks are good so are those.) Generally vinyl sounds at least as good as CDs on my system; this is an exception.
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Michael M.
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great album, terrible pressing
Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2021
I am a big fan of the Stones and I think Let it Bleed is their best album. That being said I have now returned this album twice due to defects(Thank-you Amazon). I always clean new albums in a spin clean washer. When I cleaned the first album I actually got a paper cut from... See more
I am a big fan of the Stones and I think Let it Bleed is their best album. That being said I have now returned this album twice due to defects(Thank-you Amazon). I always clean new albums in a spin clean washer. When I cleaned the first album I actually got a paper cut from the sharp edges around the perimeter. But the big problem was the sound quality of the record. Although the mastering is great the album was full of loud pops although it was dust and static free and my stylus is clean. So I exchanged it for another copy. The second one had the same sharp edges and actually had a small chunk missing but it did play much quieter. UNTIL the last track on side one, the title track Let it Bleed. Toward the end of the song there was a LOUD pop that repeated for seven revolutions. Upon inspection I could see a flaw or inclusion in the vinyl. Additional cleaning failed to help. So I am returning, this time for a refund. Very disappointing.
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Dave
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazing album. One of my fav Stones albums.
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2021
What a great album.
A bit disappointed by the slightly noisy vinyl.
I washed it and it brought the vinyl to life. Huge difference.

Now I can let my original album rest (still in pretty good condition considering I''ve owned it for many decades).
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Gregory Priester
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Rolling Stones Let It Bleed 50th
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2019
Classic album, great package with Mono and Stereo mixes on vinyl and cd plus Anniversary book
and prints. A must for Stones fans!!!
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Jack Conde
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
classic album
Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2019
This is the Rolling Stones at there best. I really like this vinyl version.
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Gerard Hennessy
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fifty Glorious Years
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 7, 2019
Am I an idiot because I forked out a shedload of money for this set? Am I a sad old git because I have just bought the same album four times, so I can add them to the half dozen other copies I already possess? Should I ask for help from someone qualified to provide it? The...See more
Am I an idiot because I forked out a shedload of money for this set? Am I a sad old git because I have just bought the same album four times, so I can add them to the half dozen other copies I already possess? Should I ask for help from someone qualified to provide it? The answer to each of the above questions is, of course, a resounding YES! An answer incidentally that the other members of my family are already proclaiming loudly. And yet! And yet! I am entirely unrepentant about buying this quite beautifully assembled and presented box set. Since it arrived in my mailbox I have spent several happy hours just holding it, savouring it, admiring it and listening to it. Of course my behaviour is illogical. On any kind of rational level it is virtually impossible to justify. But being a music fan, and in particular a Rolling Stones fan, has never been about logic for me. I have stood in pouring rain at their concerts, drenched to the skin and freezing cold, suffering numerous bouts of illness in the process. At other times I have sweltered in almost 100 degree heat in football stadiums and sporting arenas across the US, waiting for hours for them to honour us with their presence on-stage. That was back when they routinely performed anything up to five or six hours later than advertised. And I have seen them range from sublime to chaotic on stage, sometimes within the same performance. I have never regretted it. Not one second of it. Fandom, enthusiasm, addiction, devotion, call it what you will - makes sense only to the individual themselves, defining its own criteria, and functioning within its own logic. To me this package is as much a sensory, visual and kinesthetic experience as it is an auditory one. It is wonderful to have reproductions of the late Robert Brownjohn''s sketches for the original cover art. It is a delight to have Ethan Russel''s tour photographs so beautifully presented. It is a real treat to have, for the first time since 1969, a mono 7" single of Honky Tonk Women c/w You Can''t always Get What You Want (single edit) And it is quite marvellous to have Bob Ludwig''s new stereo and mono remasters of the album itself. They really are quite extraordinary , especially so in the case of the mono version. Let It Bleed was never mixed in true mono. The mono version released back in the day was in fold-down format, as is the version here. But in his mono remastering, Bob Ludwig has come as close as is humanly possible to letting us hear what a full mono remix of the album might sound like, without actually remixing it. He is, for me, the pre-eminent remastering expert where Rolling Stones recordings are concerned, and is absolutely the best person possible to work on Let It Bleed. A consistent complaint about reissues of the Rolling Stones Decca/ABKCO era recordings concerns the absence of any bonus material - there are no out-takes, rough mixes, early versions, discards and such available on this set. Bootlegs of what still exists have been doing the rounds for many years, and most of them have been posted on line. Little of this material, in my opinion, has any value. Out-takes became out-takes because they were not good enough. And in The Stones case, anything that had potential, but failed to get on the album, ended up being worked on later, and surfaced further down the line on other releases. A sizable amount of the music that featured on Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street had its genesis in the 1967-68 period and I have no doubt that tracks on Exile and Sticky Fingers may have , in earlier incarnations, been under consideration for Beggars Banquet or Let It Bleed. It is entirely understandable that many people compare the Let It Bleed box with Abbey Road or The White Album sets, both of which have a vast amount of bonus material. However I submit two counter-arguments here. Firstly there is a very limited commercial appetite for alternative versions, especially when it comes to wading through repeated takes of certain tracks. Secondly, the nature of the Beatles material is significantly different to The Stones, and both bands composed in completely different ways. In The Beatles case, one or other of the band members would turn up with something partially formed. Under George Martin''s painstaking guidance and encouragement , they would then work through several different recordings, tweaking, polishing and evolving towards the final version. The Stones were nothing like as painstaking. And they never worked with a producer as focused as George Martin. Most, but not all, of The Stones numbers began as studio jams, and when the band hit a groove, they began recording. Where The Beatles might record up to 30 different versions of a track, adding layer after layer of orchestration, minutely adjusting the usage of certain instruments and trying out a variety of different sound effects, The Stones might record 3-4 different takes, but remain largely within the original approach. So there was nothing like the same amount of alternative material left lying about when they had finished. For me, the classy design of this box set, the quality of the contents, and the peerless music herein has made it an essential purchase. It enjoys prime position in my home, proudly proclaiming that its owner is, and always has been, a lifelong Rolling Stones fan. And that he considers this album to be, without doubt, THE GREATEST musical recording he has ever heard. Fifty years after I first purchased Let It Bleed, and smuggled it into my bedroom to avoid the wrath of my father who considered it a complete waste of money, I can give it the homecoming it deserves. At last!
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Alan McGuire
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What You Want - Eyes Wide Open
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2019
The point of this set for me is that I am listening to this album seriously again since the early 70s - too young in 1969 , btw ''too young'' is not a phrase one can use a lot these days in any context !! It is expensive , but hell , Charley Watts comes out of the left...See more
The point of this set for me is that I am listening to this album seriously again since the early 70s - too young in 1969 , btw ''too young'' is not a phrase one can use a lot these days in any context !! It is expensive , but hell , Charley Watts comes out of the left speaker like a herd of elephants and Ry Cooder’s Mandolin brings tears to the eyes on the vinyl Ok you don’t even get lined inner vinyl sleeves the book and artwork prints are nice but a once only peruse probably but Honky Tonk Women is wonderful on 7 inch This is the Rolling Stones and they were never meant to really care about little old fans So of course its a bit of a rip off - but no one makes music like this today and ,double hell, I even bought the Japanese mono CD set a while back , so retirement any time soon is on hold
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Mick B
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You Don''t Always Get What You Want...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2019
1st point - this is absurdly expensive. For something absurdly expensive you think quality control would be high. Got my copy and the 7" single (Honky Tonk Women) was not in the package!!! The package came sealed and in good condition - JUST NO 7". inexcusable. Hats off to...See more
1st point - this is absurdly expensive. For something absurdly expensive you think quality control would be high. Got my copy and the 7" single (Honky Tonk Women) was not in the package!!! The package came sealed and in good condition - JUST NO 7". inexcusable. Hats off to Amazon, they shipped me a replacement (complete) and I got it in less than 24 hours - extra star for amazon service! So after a bad start, the package itself is reasonable but could have been better (a DL for the 7" tracks would have been nice). Overall quality of materials is very good (book, prints etc) - but let''s face it - as other reviewers have noted, you are paying a LOT for effectively one single album. Luckily this is one of the best Stones albums ever and listening to it eases the pain. No review on audio as it all depends on what you play your music on. Serious Stones collectors will get this regardless and I don''t blame you :)
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The Exiled Eagle
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Misleading title ... but the price gave that away
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 17, 2020
Sometimes it''s not what it says on the tin. This was one of those occasions. I was scrolling through the vinyl offers and this came up... for less than twenty quid! The 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition? An error surely? Amazon will of course point to the fact that...See more
Sometimes it''s not what it says on the tin. This was one of those occasions. I was scrolling through the vinyl offers and this came up... for less than twenty quid! The 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition? An error surely? Amazon will of course point to the fact that the product description didn''t match the title but how to know which was wrong? Order it and find out. So I did.. And true to form, a vinyl LP arrives in a far too large a box with inadequate packaging to stop it moving around (so it suffers some dings and bangs as a result...) but yes, it wasn''t the 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition. We all know Amazon has millions of listings to maintain and sure, errors like this will occur. Sure it''s a great album but this one is going back.
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Mr. Andy Andrews
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Remastered?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 7, 2019
Ok so you can’t make a silk purse out of a pigs ear but.....the vinyl is ok. Not immediately different/ better to any other pressing. If you really want to hear this album at its best then the Mono Box set is the place to go. I have several SACD’s of Stones LP’s and the...See more
Ok so you can’t make a silk purse out of a pigs ear but.....the vinyl is ok. Not immediately different/ better to any other pressing. If you really want to hear this album at its best then the Mono Box set is the place to go. I have several SACD’s of Stones LP’s and the Mono Box knocks the socks of off all of them. This one included.
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