Released in 1971, Sticky Fingers was the first album of the '70s for the iconic rock group, featuring tracks like "Brown Sugar" and "Wild Horses".
In Spain, the original album cover was censored by the Franco regime and replaced with a "can of fingers" cover, designed by John Pasche and Phil Jude, and the song "Sister Morphine" was replaced by a live version of Chuck Berry's "Let It Rock." This track was later included on the CD compilation Rarities 1971-2003 in 2005.
- Limited Edition
- Super High Material CD
- Spanish version
- Obi strip
- Made in Japan
- Brown Sugar
- Muévete (Sway)
- Caballos Salvajes (Wild Horses)
- ¿No Me Oyes Llamar? (Can't You Hear Me Knocking)
- Debes Marcharte (You Gotta Move)
- Estoy Triste (I Got The Blues)
- Let It Rock
- Flores Secas (Dead Flowers)
- Moonlight Mile