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* TwelveBarBlues: "2000 Light Years From Home" is a particularly trippy take on the progression.


* ThreeDimensionalEpisode: The cover of this album originally featured a lenticular 3-D image of the band.

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* ThreeDimensionalEpisode: The cover of this album originally featured a lenticular 3-D [=3D=] image of the band.band. The image was meant to take up the whole of the LP sleeve, but was shrunken down to cut costs. The effect is replicated on most recent LP reissues on the album, as well as a [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] SHM-CD reissue.


Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's a Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the songs from this album and that the Stones themselves saluted ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' on the album cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavourable comparisons would be unavoidable.

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Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's a Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the songs from this album and that the Stones themselves saluted ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' on the album cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavourable comparisons would be unavoidable.



* {{Bowdlerize}}: The album was released in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica and UsefulNotes/ThePhilippines as ''The Stones Are Rolling'', because of the word "Satanic" in the title.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: The album was released in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica and UsefulNotes/ThePhilippines the Philippines as ''The Stones Are Rolling'', because of the word "Satanic" in the title.


Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's A Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the songs from this album and that the Stones themselves saluted ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' on the album cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavourable comparisons would be unavoidable.

While its generally not remembered for being among the Stones finest albums - several of the songs have become highly popular, including Mick Jagger's own favourites - "She's A Rainbow" and "2000 Light Years From Home", while "Citadel", "In Another Land" and "2000 Man" are also well regarded today.

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Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's A a Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the songs from this album and that the Stones themselves saluted ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' on the album cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavourable comparisons would be unavoidable.

While its generally not remembered for being among the Stones finest albums - several of the songs have become highly popular, including Mick Jagger's own favourites - "She's A a Rainbow" and "2000 Light Years From from Home", while "Citadel", "In Another Land" and "2000 Man" are also well regarded today.



# "On withh the Show" (3:40)

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# "On withh with the Show" (3:40)






* CradleOfLoneliness: "2000 Light Years From Home"

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* CradleOfLoneliness: "2000 Light Years From from Home"



* GratuitousFrench: "On With The Show"

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* GratuitousFrench: "On With The with the Show"



* InTheStyleOf: "On With The Show" is done in the style of an old-fashioned English music hall, with sound effects of an attending crowd.
* LastNoteNightmare: "She's A Rainbow" has a good driving beat, Mick sings the praises of a girl who dresses up in colours, underlined with a cheerfully inane 'la la la' chorus, he alternates verses with a sprightly Baroque piano playing the tune...then it ends with strings in a shrill chittering discord with a low-end chord of doom under it bursting through everything else!
* [[LeaveTheCameraRunning Leave The Recorder Running]]: "In Another Land" ends with the sound of Bill Wyman snoring, which was stuck onto the track by Jagger and Richards as a joke.

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* InTheStyleOf: "On With The with the Show" is done in the style of an old-fashioned English music hall, with sound effects of an attending crowd.
* LastNoteNightmare: "She's A a Rainbow" has a good driving beat, Mick sings the praises of a girl who dresses up in colours, underlined with a cheerfully inane 'la la la' chorus, he alternates verses with a sprightly Baroque piano playing the tune...then it ends with strings in a shrill chittering discord with a low-end chord of doom under it bursting through everything else!
* [[LeaveTheCameraRunning Leave The Recorder Running]]: LeaveTheCameraRunning: "In Another Land" ends with the sound of Bill Wyman snoring, which was stuck onto the track by Jagger Mick and Richards Keith as a joke.



* OneWomanSong: "She's A Rainbow".

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* OneWomanSong: "She's A a Rainbow".



* RainbowMotif: "She's A Rainbow"

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* RainbowMotif: "She's A a Rainbow"



** On the album cover the message ''Welcome Music/TheBeatles'' can be read. This is a CallBack to the doll with the text ''Welcome The Rolling Stones'' on The Beatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''.

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** On the album cover the message ''Welcome Music/TheBeatles'' can be read. This is a CallBack reference to the doll with the text ''Welcome The Rolling Stones'' on The Beatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''.



** "On With The Show"

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** "On With The with the Show"



** Also, [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]] arranged the strings for "She's A Rainbow".

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** Also, [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]] arranged the strings for "She's A w Rainbow".





# "She's A Rainbow" (4:35)

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# "She's A a Rainbow" (4:35)



# "2000 Light Years From Home" (4:45)
# "On With The Show" (3:40)

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# "2000 Light Years From from Home" (4:45)
# "On With The withh the Show" (3:40)



* AlbumSingle: "In Another Land" / "The Lantern" and "She's A Rainbow" / "2000 Light Years From Home". The former was a single released under Bill Wyman's name rather than the Stones.

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* AlbumSingle: "In Another Land" / "The Lantern" and "She's A a Rainbow" / "2000 Light Years From from Home". The former was a single released under Bill Wyman's name rather than the Stones.



* CradleOfLoneliness: "2.000 Light Years From Home"

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* CradleOfLoneliness: "2.000 "2000 Light Years From Home"


* AmericanEnglish: The female voice heard during "On With The Show" is clearly an American woman.


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[[caption-width-right:340: ''Why don't we sing this song all together? Open our minds let the pictures come. And if we close all our eyes together. Then we will see where we all come from.'']]

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[[caption-width-right:340: [[caption-width-right:320: ''Why don't we sing this song all together? Open our minds let the pictures come. And if we close all our eyes together. Then we will see where we all come from.'']]


''Their Satanic Majesties Request'' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. ''Their Satanic Majesties Request'' remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultuous time in the band's history, when Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones and Music/KeithRichards were under threat of prison charges for drug possession. Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

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''Their Satanic Majesties Request'' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. ''Their Satanic Majesties Request'' remains a BaseBreaker, contested, as it's the Stones at their most [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultuous time in the band's history, when Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones and Music/KeithRichards were under threat of prison charges for drug possession. Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.


'''''Their Satanic Majesties Request''''' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. ''Their Satanic Majesties Request'' remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultuous time in the band's history, when Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones and Music/KeithRichards were under threat of prison charges for drug possession. Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

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'''''Their ''Their Satanic Majesties Request''''' Request'' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. ''Their Satanic Majesties Request'' remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultuous time in the band's history, when Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones and Music/KeithRichards were under threat of prison charges for drug possession. Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

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* WordSaladLyrics: "2000 Light Years From Home"

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* WordSaladLyrics: "2000 Light Years From Home"
Home".


* LastNoteNightmare: "She's A Rainbow" has a good driving beat, Mick sings the praises of a girl who dresses up in colors, underlined with a cheerfully inane 'la la la' chorus, he alternates verses with a sprightly Baroque piano playing the tune...then it ends with strings in a shrill chittering discord with a low-end chord of doom under it bursting through everything else!

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* LastNoteNightmare: "She's A Rainbow" has a good driving beat, Mick sings the praises of a girl who dresses up in colors, colours, underlined with a cheerfully inane 'la la la' chorus, he alternates verses with a sprightly Baroque piano playing the tune...then it ends with strings in a shrill chittering discord with a low-end chord of doom under it bursting through everything else!

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* LastNoteNightmare: "She's A Rainbow" has a good driving beat, Mick sings the praises of a girl who dresses up in colors, underlined with a cheerfully inane 'la la la' chorus, he alternates verses with a sprightly Baroque piano playing the tune...then it ends with strings in a shrill chittering discord with a low-end chord of doom under it bursting through everything else!


'''''Their Satanic Majesties Request''''' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. "Their Satanic Majesties Request" remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultous time in the band's history, when Music/MickJagger, Music/KeithRichards and Music/BrianJones were under threat of prison charges for drug possession.Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand (1967)'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's A Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the songs from "At Their Satanic Majesties' Request" and that the Stones themselves saluted "Sgt. Peppers" on the album cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavorable comparisons would be unavoidable.

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'''''Their Satanic Majesties Request''''' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. "Their ''Their Satanic Majesties Request" Request'' remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultous tumultuous time in the band's history, when Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones and Music/KeithRichards and Music/BrianJones were under threat of prison charges for drug possession.possession. Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand (1967)'' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's A Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the songs from "At Their Satanic Majesties' Request" this album and that the Stones themselves saluted "Sgt. Peppers" ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' on the album cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavorable unfavourable comparisons would be unavoidable.



[[AC:Side One]]

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[[AC:Side One]][[AC: Side One]]



[[AC:Side Two]]

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[[AC:Side Two]][[AC: Side Two]]






--> ''There's a lot of rubbish on "Satanic Majesties". Just too much time on our hands, too many drugs, no producer to tell us, "Enough already, thank you very much, now can we just get on with this song?" Anyone let loose in the studio will produce stuff like that. There was simply too much hanging around. It's like believing everything you do is great and not having any editing.''
* AlbumSingle: "In Another Land" / "The Lantern" and "She's a Rainbow" / "2000 Light Years from Home"

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--> ''There's a lot of rubbish on "Satanic Majesties". Just too much time on our hands, too many drugs, no producer to tell us, "Enough already, thank you very much, now can we just get on with this song?" Anyone let loose in the studio will produce stuff like that. There was simply too much hanging around. It's like believing everything you do is great and not having any editing.''
editing''.
* AlbumSingle: "In Another Land" / "The Lantern" and "She's a A Rainbow" / "2000 Light Years from Home"From Home". The former was a single released under Bill Wyman's name rather than the Stones.



* AvantGardeMusic: This is the most psychedelic and experimental album the normally not so avantgardistic band ever recorded. As a result the general audience don't like it that much, but fans of experimentation like it a lot more.
* {{Bowdlerize}}: The album was released in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica and UsefulNotes/ThePhilippines as "The Stones Are Rolling", because of the word "Satanic" in the title.

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* AvantGardeMusic: This is the most psychedelic and experimental album the normally not so avantgardistic avant-garde band ever recorded. As a result the general audience don't like it that much, but fans of experimentation like it a lot more.
* {{Bowdlerize}}: The album was released in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica and UsefulNotes/ThePhilippines as "The ''The Stones Are Rolling", Rolling'', because of the word "Satanic" in the title.



* DreamWithinADream: "In Another Land", according to Bill Wynan:

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* DreamWithinADream: "In Another Land", according to Bill Wynan:Wyman:



* [[LeaveTheCameraRunning Leave The Recorder Running]]: "In Another Land" ends with the sound of Bill Wynan snoring, which was stuck onto the track by Jagger and Richards as a joke.

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* [[LeaveTheCameraRunning Leave The Recorder Running]]: "In Another Land" ends with the sound of Bill Wynan Wyman snoring, which was stuck onto the track by Jagger and Richards as a joke.



--> ''Coming, colors in the air''
--> ''Oh, everywhere she comes in colors''
--> ''She comes in colors everywhere''

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--> ''Coming, colors colours in the air''
--> ''Oh, everywhere she comes in colors''
colours''
--> ''She comes in colors colours everywhere''



** The American neo-psychedelic band the Brian Jonestown Massacre called their fourth album "Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request" (1996).

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** The American neo-psychedelic band the The Brian Jonestown Massacre (yes, they are indeed partially named after Music/BrianJones) called their fourth album "Their ''Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request" (1996).Request'' from 1996.


[[caption-width-right:340:''Their Satanic Majesties Request''.]]

'''''Their Satanic Majesties Request''''' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. This album remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most experimental. It was recorded during a tumultuous time in the band's history, with the threat of prison for Music/MickJagger, Music/KeithRichards and Music/BrianJones looming over them. Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

Despite popular opinion, the album's not a rip-off of Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand. The cover of Satanic Majesties is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers.

While its generally not remembered for being among the Stones finest albums - several of the songs have become highly popular, including Mick Jagger's own favourites - "She's A Rainbow", "2000 Light Years From Home" (The latter was used in [[Film/MenInBlack Men In Black 3]]) while "Citadel", "In Another Land" and "2000 Man" (The latter was used in Creator/WesAnderson's ''Film/BottleRocket'') are also well regarded today.

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[[caption-width-right:340:''Their Satanic Majesties Request''.]]

[[caption-width-right:340: ''Why don't we sing this song all together? Open our minds let the pictures come. And if we close all our eyes together. Then we will see where we all come from.'']]

'''''Their Satanic Majesties Request''''' is the sixth studio album (eighth American album) by Music/TheRollingStones, released in 1967. This The album cover is well-known for being one of the very first 3D album covers. "Their Satanic Majesties Request" remains a BaseBreaker, as it's the Stones at their most experimental. [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]]. It was recorded during a tumultuous tumultous time in the band's history, with the threat of prison for when Music/MickJagger, Music/KeithRichards and Music/BrianJones looming over them. were under threat of prison charges for drug possession.Bill Wyman even got one of his songs ("In Another Land") on the album, and it's the only Stones song with Wyman on lead vocals.

Despite popular
vocals.

Another reason the album got mixed reviews at the time was because it followed in the wake of Music/TheBeatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand (1967)'' earlier that year and many saw it as a blatant rip-off, both in music as well as design. Music/JohnLennon expressed this opinion too in a 1971 interview, also saying that "She's A Rainbow" was an imitation of "All You Need Is Love" from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. Which is somewhat a strange
opinion, seeing that both Lennon and Music/PaulMcCartney provided uncredited backing vocals on some of the album's not a rip-off of Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand. The cover of songs from "At Their Satanic Majesties is well-known for being one of Majesties' Request" and that the very first 3D Stones themselves saluted "Sgt. Peppers" on the album covers.

cover. Also, graphic artist Michael Cooper designed the covers of both albums, thus unfavorable comparisons would be unavoidable.

While its generally not remembered for being among the Stones finest albums - several of the songs have become highly popular, including Mick Jagger's own favourites - "She's A Rainbow", Rainbow" and "2000 Light Years From Home" (The latter was used in [[Film/MenInBlack Men In Black 3]]) Home", while "Citadel", "In Another Land" and "2000 Man" (The latter was used in Creator/WesAnderson's ''Film/BottleRocket'') are also well regarded today.



# "Sing This All Together"
# "Citadel"
# "In Another Land"
# "2000 Man"
# "Sing This All Together (See What Happens)"
# "She's A Rainbow"
# "The Lantern"
# "Gomper"
# "2000 Light Years From Home"
# "On With The Show"

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[[AC:Side One]]
# "Sing This All Together"
Together" (3:46)
# "Citadel"
"Citadel" (2:50)
# "In Another Land"
Land" (3:15)
# "2000 Man"
Man" (3:07)
# "Sing This All Together (See What Happens)"
Happens)" (8:33)

[[AC:Side Two]]
# "She's A Rainbow"
Rainbow" (4:35)
# "The Lantern"
Lantern" (4:24)
# "Gomper"
"Gomper" (5:08)
# "2000 Light Years From Home"
Home" (4:45)
# "On With The Show"
Show" (3:40)




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* AlbumFiller: Music/KeithRichards described the album as "a lot of crap", while Jagger had the opinion:
--> ''There's a lot of rubbish on "Satanic Majesties". Just too much time on our hands, too many drugs, no producer to tell us, "Enough already, thank you very much, now can we just get on with this song?" Anyone let loose in the studio will produce stuff like that. There was simply too much hanging around. It's like believing everything you do is great and not having any editing.''



* ConceptAlbum
* EpicRocking: "Sing This All Together (See What Happens)".

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* ConceptAlbum
AmericanEnglish: The female voice heard during "On With The Show" is clearly an American woman.
* AvantGardeMusic: This is the most psychedelic and experimental album the normally not so avantgardistic band ever recorded. As a result the general audience don't like it that much, but fans of experimentation like it a lot more.
* {{Bowdlerize}}: The album was released in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica and UsefulNotes/ThePhilippines as "The Stones Are Rolling", because of the word "Satanic" in the title.
* ConceptAlbum: Like many PsychedelicRock albums of the time.
* CradleOfLoneliness: "2.000 Light Years From Home"
--> ''It's so very lonely, you're six hundred light years from home''
* CrowdSong: "Sing This All Together", the opening track, is sang with a crowd of people.
* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The cover by Michael Cooper, who also designed ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''. The collage inside the sleeve features photos cut from Renaissance and baroque paintings, as well as Arabic and Hindu art.
* DreamWithinADream: "In Another Land", according to Bill Wynan:
--> ''The idea for the song is about this guy who wakes up from a dream and finds himself in another dream''
* EpicRocking: The 8:33 "Sing This All Together (See What Happens)".



* ForDoomTheBellTolls: "The Lantern"
* IntentionallyAwkwardTitle

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* ForDoomTheBellTolls: "The Lantern"
Lantern" opens with church bells resounding.
* IntentionallyAwkwardTitle GratuitousFrench: "On With The Show"
--> ''We'll bid you all a fine adieu''
* IntentionallyAwkwardTitle: The inclusion of the word "Satanic" caused some controversy.
* InTheStyleOf: "On With The Show" is done in the style of an old-fashioned English music hall, with sound effects of an attending crowd.
* [[LeaveTheCameraRunning Leave The Recorder Running]]: "In Another Land" ends with the sound of Bill Wynan snoring, which was stuck onto the track by Jagger and Richards as a joke.



* OneWomanSong: "She's A Rainbow".
* PsychedelicRock: One of the most famous examples of it.
* ShoutOut: On the album cover the message ''Welcome Music/TheBeatles'' can be read. This is a CallBack to the doll with the text ''Welcome The Rolling Stones'' on The Beatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''.

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* OneWomanSong: "She's A Rainbow".
Rainbow".
* OneWordTitle: "Citadel" and "Gomper".
* PsychedelicRock: One of the most famous examples of it.
it and, together with ''Music/BetweenTheButtons'' the only album the Stones recorded in this style.
* ShoutOut: RainbowMotif: "She's A Rainbow"
--> ''She's like a rainbow''
--> ''Coming, colors in the air''
--> ''Oh, everywhere she comes in colors''
--> ''She comes in colors everywhere''
* StockSoundEffects: Church bells resound at the start of "The Lantern".
* ShoutOut:
**
On the album cover the message ''Welcome Music/TheBeatles'' can be read. This is a CallBack to the doll with the text ''Welcome The Rolling Stones'' on The Beatles' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''.
** Among the paintings depicted on the collage inside the cover, art fans can recognize images from paintings by Creator/LeonardoDaVinci, Nicolas Poussin and Jean-Dominique Ingres.
** "On With The Show"
--> ''We'll start with "Old Man River", then maybe "Stormy Weather" too.''
** The American neo-psychedelic band the Brian Jonestown Massacre called their fourth album "Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request" (1996).



* SpokenWordInMusic: "On With The Show" has a man welcoming people to "come visit the show".



* TextlessAlbumCover

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* TextlessAlbumCoverTextlessAlbumCover: Just a picture.

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