The Rolling Stones / Satisfaction 50th Anniversary 12-inch


The Rolling Stones 1965 single (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction is being reissued as a special 50th Anniversary 12-inch vinyl single in July.

The 45 was the group’s fourth UK number one and also hit the top spot in America (where it was actually issued a few months ahead of the British release).

This new edition is numbered, pressed on 180g vinyl and includes The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man and The Spider and the Fly, which were the US and UK B-sides respectively. The record has been cut from the original mono master tapes.

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 50th Anniversary 12-inch will be released on 9 July 2015.

Side 1
1. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Side 2
1. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
2. The Spider and the Fly

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all the money goes to Mr. Klein’s estate, this is before 1971 copyright, they don’t get any f.cking dollar from this Abcko release


I really wonder why the stereo masters of many of the rolling stones music has never seen a proper release.


There`s no pleasing some folk. The `From The Vault` series has been great, good product and cheap. I agree the `Sticky Fingers` S.E. box left a lot to be desired, but there has been lots of stuff released that myself as a fan has enjoyed. I wish McCartney & Co would get their act together -`Let It Be` on DVD/Bluray.


Hhm. It’s $ 15 from amazon.com and … wait … € 32 for us in Germany from amazon.de??? Thanks but I’ll pass!

Leo wubbolt

The Stones will see no money from this sale, because they have no rights over the ABKCO catalogue.
An interesting question to my opinion; will TUAWCPM be the non-edited ‘break my ass everyday’ version ?


Thankyou for pointing that out Leo. People always seem to forget that rather important fact when yet another 60s Stones re-issue/compilation comes out, and all you hear is “greedy Stones, just how much money do they need?”
It was the same with the lawsuit over The Verve’s Bittersweet Symphony – nothing to do with the Stones at all, yet they got all the flak and the abuse.


I guess Mick is preparing for his retirement [like Pete Townshend]. Cranking out these re-issues and limited stuff.

Tom of FIN

C’mon, main man is Mick is from London School of Economics. Very expectable to start with!


The words “limited edition” are only added to make certain consumers react due to the imagined fear of missing out.

Most things are only available for a certain length of time and then go out of print after a few years, so you could say everything is a limited edition.

Tom M

ABKCO website states 14,000 copies.


Another “limited edition”, an edition of what/how many? As many as they can press over 12 months? Seems to be always the way these days that we are rarely told how many are being pressed.

Matthias Hafemann

I only have one thing to say about this release: “Grrr!” :(

Fat Old Bloke

Does not even include the rare stereo mix


I wonder why they don’t make seven inch singles on heavyweight vinyl? I have a 7inch picture disc from 1979 which weighs almost as much as one of my modern 180g long players :-)

Paul English

Agreed, a waste. It was never released on 12″ at the time so why now? The only reason for a 12″ now should be for modern remixes of the track.

say this

A1: Satisfaction (Fatboy Slim Remix)
A2: Satisfaction (Rolling Stones vs Armand Van Helden)
B1: Satisfaction (Dub)
B2: Satisfaction featuring Rita Ora


If they keep shaking that Money Tree sooner or later the branch will snap,and lets be honest how much money do they need?


How depressing and what a waste of vinyl.

Paul Edwards

It’s almost as if you’d think the Stones love money. They really have saturated the market. Used to love collecting their stuff but I zone out a lot now