They have now released more “hits” collections than albums of original material!

Rolling Stones ‘Jump Back’ with Hits Reissue
NEW YORK (Billboard) – The Rolling Stones will next month release their post-’60s hits package “Jump Back” in North America for the first time.
The set was released internationally in November 1993 by Virgin after the Stones signed with the label. Scheduled for an Aug. 24 release, it has been digitally remastered and enriched with track-by-track liner notes from songwriters Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
“Jump Back” is billed as the only Stones collection to feature all of the group’s post-’60s hits in one place. All but two of the 18 tracks reached the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart (1971’s “Bitch” and 1978’s “Respectable” being the exceptions). The album hosts three of the Stones’ eight Hot 100 chart-toppers: 1971’s “Brown Sugar,” 1973’s “Angie” and 1978’s “Miss You.”
Other top-shelf hits featured are “Start Me Up” (No. 2, 1981), “Emotional Rescue” (No. 3, 1980), “Harlem Shuffle” (No. 5, 1986), “Mixed Emotions” (No. 5, 1989), “Tumbling Dice” (No. 7, 1972), “Beast of Burden” (No. 8, 1978), “Undercover of the Night” (No. 9, 1983) and “Fool To Cry” (No. 10, 1976).
The album is rounded out by “Waiting on a Friend” (No. 13, 1981), “It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (But I Like It)” (No. 16, 1974), “Rock and a Hard Place” (No. 23, 1989), “Wild Horses” (No. 28, 1971) and “Hot Stuff” (No. 49, 1976).
Meanwhile the Stones’ former label, ABKCO Records, has set a July 27 U.S. release date for the second in its series of three boxed sets containing all the group’s early singles as CD-sized reproductions of the original releases. It will be released a week earlier internationally.
The new set, “The Rolling Stones Singles 1965-1967,” includes such tracks as “Satisfaction,” “19th Nervous Breakdown” and “Paint It, Black.” The first set, released earlier this year, was limited to 30,000 copies.