That also means there are some truly inspired performances -- like 1970's historic Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! Features Got Live If You Want It: 15 Of The Best Rolling Stones Live Performances. "Street Fighting Man", Live Albums only, please - no bootlegs (thankfully the Stones have been releasing archival concerts from every tour anyhow). "Brown Sugar" "Tumbling Dice" "Like a Rolling Stone" But then again, how often do live albums really get to the heart of a group? In the Stones' case, they felt the need to chronicle almost every one of their tours on record once they proclaimed themselves the greatest rock 'n' roll band on the planet. "Gimme Shelter" "I'm Free" "Honky Tonk Women" "All Down the Line" (when the Stones truly were the greatest rock 'n' roll band on the planet) and even an album as late as 1995's Stripped, in which they ripped away all the drugs, bloat and greed for one brief moment. "Dead Flowers" Few bands have damaged their stage legacy as much as the Stones. "Street Fighting Man" Side Two "Dead Flowers" "Street Fighting Man", This live album comes from the Rolling Stones 1973 European tour promoting the album Goats Head Soup. "Shine a Light" "Street Fighting Man". "Carol" "Sympathy for the Devil" So that means every single bump along the way -- the drugs, the bloat, the greed -- seep through to the records. "Stray Cat Blues" "Honky Tonk Women" Back in the Seventies, however, a live album was a great way to create a superstar. "Little Baby", Released: June 7, 2017 Recent archival live discs? "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "Midnight Rambler" "Rip This Joint" "Angie" "Brown Sugar" "Angie" "Love in Vain" "Bye Bye Johnny" "Jumpin' Jack Flash" Take your pick from all the 20+ official live albums the Stones have recorded. "Bitch" Note: We've included the records that have been given full and proper release over their career, omitting albums from the From the Vault series, which has yielded official versions of oft-bootleg shows like The Brussels Affair, which was recorded in 1973, and Hampton Coliseum (Live 1981). "Live with Me" "Gimme Shelter" Did you prefer Seventies Stones concert LPs? Recent archival live discs? Let's face it: Most Rolling Stones live albums sound like quick cash-grabs or stop-gaps between studio records. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out was drawn from four different Stones shows in New York and Baltimore. Did you prefer Seventies Stones concert LPs? "Slipping Away" Every live album the Rolling Stones have ever released, ranked by Stones fans. "Sweet Virginia" Side One Every live album the Rolling Stones have ever released, ranked by Stones fans. "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)" there are two or three No Securitys. For every Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! "Little Queenie" Rolling Stones live albums, ranked worst to best. "Wild Horses" These days, live albums are often just a means to cash in one last time on a highly successful tour. "Tumbling Dice" "Happy" "Love in Vain" "Sweet Virginia" "Starfucker" "Rip This Joint" "Not Fade Away" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" If you are one, please vote! "Happy" "Jumpin' Jack Flash" Take your pick from all the 20+ official live albums the Stones have recorded. "Dancing with Mr. D." "Midnight Rambler" Check it out above. "The Spider and the Fly" Let's face it: Most Rolling Stones live albums sound like quick cash-grabs or stop-gaps between studio records. Stripped was released after the Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge tour. Even though many of the "warhorse" songs are repeated at most Stones concerts, fans of the band know that they are played different every tour. If you are one, please vote! List RulesLive Albums only, please - no bootlegs (thankfully the Stones have been releasing archival concerts from every tour anyhow). "Midnight Rambler" "Love in Vain" From their first, vibrant (but barely discernible) live recording to latter-day cash-ins, we take a look at the band's various concert LPs over the years in our list of the Rolling Stones' Live Albums, Ranked Worst to Best. "Let It Bleed" "All Down the Line"