Quiz about The Rolling Stones Album Match
Quiz about The Rolling Stones Album Match

The Rolling Stones Album Match Quiz


The Rolling Stones are one of the longest lived rock bands out there. Can you match each of these songs of theirs with the studio album it first appeared on?

A matching quiz by Dizart. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
Dizart
Time
4 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
393,470
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
331
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Guest 108 (10/10), Guest 84 (1/10), Guest 174 (8/10).
Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Angie  
Voodoo Lounge
2. Sympathy for the Devil  
Black and Blue
3. Tumbling Dice  
Tattoo You
4. Fool to Cry  
Some Girls
5. Harlem Shuffle  
Let It Bleed
6. Love is Strong  
Beggars Banquet
7. Gimme Shelter  
Exile on Main St.
8. Miss You  
Sticky Fingers
9. Start Me Up  
Goats Head Soup
10. Brown Sugar  
Dirty Work






Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Angie

Answer: Goats Head Soup

Released in 1973, "Goats Head Soup" topped the album charts in both the UK and USA. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote all of the tracks on the album, the recording of which mostly took place in Jamaica. "Angie" was released as a single, topping the US Billboard chart and reaching number five in the UK.

Despite speculation at the time, the song was NOT inspired by David Bowie's then-wife Angela.
2. Sympathy for the Devil

Answer: Beggars Banquet

The 1968 album "Beggars Banquet" was a number three hit in both the UK and USA. This was the last Stones album to be released before the death of guitarist Brian Jones, although he does appear on a couple of songs on the follow-up "Let It Bleed". "Sympathy for the Devil" was the opening song on the album, and contains references to Jesus, Tsar Nicholas II and John F. Kennedy among others.
3. Tumbling Dice

Answer: Exile on Main St.

Released in 1972, "Exile on Main St." was the band's first studio double-album, and it topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Many rock critics regard the album as the best the band ever recorded. "Tumbling Dice" was the only single from the album to be released in the UK, where it made the top five. The song became a regular part of the band's live sets in the ensuing decades.
4. Fool to Cry

Answer: Black and Blue

Released in 1976, "Black and Blue" topped the US album chart and made number two in the UK. This was the first Stones album to feature Ronnie Wood on guitar in place of Mick Taylor. Wayne Perkins played guitar on "Fool to Cry", which was released as a UK single, reaching number six.
5. Harlem Shuffle

Answer: Dirty Work

The 1986 album "Dirty Work" was recorded during a spell when Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were not getting on with each other. Jagger's vocals were added after the rest of the band recorded the instrumental parts of the songs. "Harlem Shuffle" was a cover version of a song by Bob & Earl, and reached number 13 in the UK and number five in the USA.
6. Love is Strong

Answer: Voodoo Lounge

Released in 1994, "Voodoo Lounge" was the Stones' first UK number one album for 14 years. It was their first album not to feature Bill Wyman on bass. Darryl Jones was his replacement on this album. "Love is Strong" was the opening track on the album, and reached number 14 on the UK singles chart.
7. Gimme Shelter

Answer: Let It Bleed

"Let It Bleed" was released in 1969 and topped the UK album chart, whilst reaching number three in the USA. This was the first Rolling Stones album to feature Mick Taylor on guitar in place of the deceased Brian Jones. Jones does appear on two tracks ("Midnight Rambler" and "You Got the Silver") which had been recorded at earlier sessions. "Gimme Shelter", the opening track on the album, was influenced by the Vietnam War.

The track has been a live staple of the band's well into the 21st century.
8. Miss You

Answer: Some Girls

The 1978 album "Some Girls" topped the US chart and reached number two in the UK. It is their only 20th century album to receive a Grammy nomination. "Miss You" was released as a single and topped the US Billboard chart, making number three in the UK. This song would prove to be their last 20th century chart-topper in the USA, and the last to reach the UK top five.
9. Start Me Up

Answer: Tattoo You

Released in 1981, "Tattoo You" was the Stones' last US number one album of the 20th century, whilst in the UK it reached number two. Most of the tracks on the album were recorded at earlier sessions and were overdubbed. "Start Me Up" was originally part of the sessions for the 1978 album "Some Girls"; released as a single, it reached number seven on the UK chart, and number two in the USA.
10. Brown Sugar

Answer: Sticky Fingers

"Sticky Fingers" was released in 1971 and topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. The first album on the band's own record label, it has an iconic sleeve designed by Andy Warhol, featuring, on the original vinyl LP, a working zipper. "Brown Sugar", whose lyrics are inspired by slavery, topped the US Billboard singles chart and made number two in the UK.
Source: Author Dizart

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