different Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* have been issued worldwide [which includes 722
UK and 672
US releases], as of Tuesday 26 October 2021.
* 1778 releases + 3059 variations.
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Stones7.com is strictly dedicated to the band's 7" singles and EPs worldwide from 1963 to nowadays. Daily updated, it has been the most serious and complete reference in its field since 2000 [also the best price guide].
Visitors can discover and browse freely parts of this site, including one country's discography every new week [currently 'Argentina'] and the single of the day [currently 'Get Off Of My Cloud' - picked according to its release date].
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The London years [1964-1971]
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The second French jukebox single 'Carol'  in a glossy titled PS!
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'Get Off Of My Cloud' was released as a 7" single in the UK on October 22, 1965, where it peaked at #1.
Its US counterpart, released on September 24, 1965, also reached #1.
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards as a reaction to their sudden popularity after the success of 'Satisfaction', 'Get Off Of My Cloud' was recorded in early September 1965. The song is noted for its drum intro by Charlie Watts and twin guitars by Brian Jones and Keith Richards. The lyrics are defiant and rebellious and according to the band deal with their aversion to people's expectations of them.
On the song, Richards said in 1971, "I never dug it as a record. The chorus was a nice idea, but we rushed it as the follow-up. We were in L.A., and it was time for another single. But how do you follow-up 'Satisfaction'? Actually, what I wanted was to do it slow like a Lee Dorsey thing. We rocked it up. I thought it was one of A... [+]