Personalities | The Rolling Stones (1998) | Key Events
Not a successful seller by any means (No. 67 UK; No. 34 US), No Security was recorded on the Bridges To Babylon tour and released to appease a record company that wanted the overblown live stadium album. Compiled of songs that hadn’t seen a live album release before – or at least not for a long time – most of the recordings were stadium singalongs from Babylon’s Amsterdam shows. The record was a sales disaster, and even Mick claimed to have only heard it once.
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