Time Waits for No One: Anthology 1971–1977

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Time Waits for No One: Anthology 1971–1977
Compilation album by
Released1 June 1979
Genre Rock
Label Rolling Stones
Producer Jimmy Miller, The Glimmer Twins
The Rolling Stones chronology
Some Girls
Time Waits for No One: Anthology 1971–1977
Emotional Rescue

Time Waits for No One: Anthology 1971–1977 is a compilation album by The Rolling Stones released in 1979 (released worldwide except for the U.S.). It covers the period from Sticky Fingers in 1971 until Love You Live in 1977. Only two of ten single A-sides from the period are included—"Angie" and "Fool to Cry". It was released for the first time on CD in May 2019 in Japan, making use of the standard version of the title track and the censored version of "Star Star".

Track listing

All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

Side one
  1. "Time Waits for No One" – 6:39
  2. "Bitch" – 3:37
  3. "All Down the Line" – 3:48
  4. "Dancing with Mr. D" – 4:52
  5. "Angie" – 4:33
    • From Goats Head Soup
Side two
  1. "Star Star" – 4:26
    • From Goats Head Soup
  2. "If You Can't Rock Me"/"Get Off Of My Cloud" – 4:56
  3. "Hand of Fate" – 4:28
  4. "Crazy Mama" – 4:34
    • From Black and Blue
  5. "Fool to Cry" – 5:04
    • From Black and Blue

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