Editors' Notes The Stones didn't merely conquer rock ‘n' roll; they straight-up rewrote its genetic code with their dishevelled mix of scowling riffs, sneering vocals and bluesy boogie. Moreover, their ability to change with the times is uncanny. In the mid-'60s, the menacing, angst-fuelling “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction” kick-started garage punk. Fast-forward more than a decade and the erotically charged disco anthem “Miss You” is dominating Manhattan's posh dance clubs. Along the way, The Rolling Stones managed to make detours through country, psych-pop and New Wave, all with a brashness uniquely their own.