Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* found worldwide [including 787
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US ], and counting...
* as of Tuesday 7 February 2023 1794 releases + 3200 variations.
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'19th Nervous Breakdown' was released as a 7" single in the UK on February 4, 1966, where it peaked at #2.
Its US counterpart, released on February 11, 1966, also reached #2.
'19th Nervous Breakdown' was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards during their 1965 US tour. The track was recorded during the 'Aftermath' sessions between 3 and 8 December 1965 at RCA Recording Studios in Hollywood, California, at the conclusion of their fourth North American tour.
The song talks of a difficult, spoiled girl who cannot appreciate life. Mick Jagger says he came up with the title first, and then wrote the lyrics around the title. It was released as a single on 4 February 1966 and reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US, and in the UK Record Retailer chart. However, it hit #1 in the NME chart and the BBC's Pick of the Pops chart, both of which were more widely recognised in Britain at the time.