Originally "Jump Back" was released in 1994 to concur with the Rolling Stones' move to Virgin Records. The music execs back then decided a re-mastering of their newly acquired Rolling Stones record catalog (1971's Sticky Fingers through 1989's Steel Wheels) would be a worthy project. "Jump Back" is definitely the best Rolling Stones single-disc overview of their music from 1971 to 1993 (although I didn't notice any material from the nineties). The mixed chronological order of the songs on this disc may be enjoyable to some and a nuisance to others. Here are the songs in the order they appear on the disc. "Start Me Up," "Sugar," "Harlem Shuffle," "It's Only Rock 'n Roll," "Mixed Emotions," "Angie," "Tumbling Dice," " Fool To Cry," "Rock And A Hard Place," "Miss You," "Hot Stuff," "Emotional Rescue," "Respectable," "Beast Of Burden," "Waiting For A Friend," "Wild Horses," "Bitch" and Undercover Of The Night." So here you have it, all of the hits that mattered to most "Stones'" fans within a twenty year period. If the song order is jarring, don't forget that you can program these shiny silver discs anyway you like.