Here at Primomo we are not afraid to ask the big questions. And musically nothing gets bigger than this, who has the best individual song, The Rolling Stones or The Beatles? Now, we are not asking you which is the better band, we like to make things a little bit more tricky. In this list we have shortlisted nine of the most popular The Rolling Stones tracks and nine of the most popular The Beatles tracks, we have left the choice up to you in a direct comparison which one comes out on top.
The Beatles were formed in Liverpool, the most famous line up consisted of members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. They produced 12 original LPs, the first being Please please me in 1963 they last in 1970 was Let it be. They were the biggest band of all time changing popular music forever. The Beatles have some of the most recognisable songs in the world, this list includes some of the greatest. Those selected in this list include In my life, Hey dude, Let it be and Yesterday.
The Rolling Stones were formed in London in 1962, their current lineup consists of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, past members include Brian Jones and Bill Wyman. The Rolling Stones have had a staggering 30 studio albums, the first self titled album hit number one in the UK in 1964. They still regularly sell-out stadiums across the world. For this list we have shortlisted such classic rock songs as Gimme Shelter, Jumping Jack Flash and Sympathy for the Devil.