Rolling Stones-More Hot Rocks (Big Hots and Fazed Cookies)
Rolling Stones-More Hot Rocks (Big Hots and Fazed Cookies)
Rolling Stones-More Hot Rocks (Big Hots and Fazed Cookies)
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Rolling Stones-More Hot Rocks (Big Hots and Fazed Cookies)

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Rolling Stones-More Hot Rocks (Big Hots and Fazed Cookies)

Cover has normal wear and tear for the age. Cover is graded VG. Records are graded VG. STERLING stamped on vinyls.

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) is a compilation album by the Rolling Stones released in December 1972 on London Records. The album was a follow-up to the hugely successful Hot Rocks 1964–1971.

When Hot Rocks 1964–1971 proved to be a big seller, there was never any doubt that a successor would follow. However, initially—with Andrew Loog Oldham getting involved—the project was to feature previously unreleased (or more accurately, discarded) material and be titled Necrophilia. Artwork was prepared and the album made it as far as the mastering phase when it was recalled and something a little more practical was compiled (ABKCO would revisit this concept with 1975’s Metamorphosis). The result was More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies).

This was the second “post-contract” compilation released under the aegis of London/ABKCO Records after the termination of the Stones relationship with ABKCO and Decca Records. Because of the nature of the contract, the Rolling Stones lost all control over their pre-1971 recordings and this album was released without their input or consent. ABKCO and Decca would continue to release such un-authorized albums over the next several decades.