The Rolling Stones now have the No. 1 album in seven different decades

The Rolling Stones now have the No. 1 album in seven different decades

The Rolling Stones’ new album Hackney Diamond, ranked first on the Top 100 Albums list. This means that the legendary British rock band now has the No. 1 album in the Netherlands in seven different decades.

In 1969 he met the Stones Let him bleed Their debut album topped the charts and they went on to have four No. 1 albums in the 1970s, five in the 1980s, one each in the 90s and 0s, and two in the previous decade.

Hackney Diamond It replaces the new album DNA Written by Danny Vera It took first place and was described by NRC reviewer Frank Provost as “as raw and turbulent as it was in their glory days.”

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No other band or artist has such a long streak of successful albums. Madonna and U2 follow a fair distance with No. 1 rankings in five different decades.

Hackney Diamond It is the Rolling Stones’ first album of new material in eighteen years. Singer Mick Jagger feels “a little bit sorry” it took so long, although he continues to write with guitarist and co-vocalist Keith Richards. “I should have taken the lead,” Jagger said last week. Watchman. “Keith kept saying in interviews that we’ll make an album when I’m ready.”

With singles, the Stones, founded in 1962, had much less success in the Netherlands. They had only five singles in the top 40: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “Paint It Black”, “We Love You”, “Brown Sugar” and “Angie”.

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