Oh No, Not You Again
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|"Oh No, Not You Again"|
|Song by The Rolling Stones from the album A Bigger Bang|
|Released||5 September 2005|
|Recorded||May & June 2005|
|A Bigger Bang track listing|
"Oh No, Not You Again" is a song by The Rolling Stones, included on their 2005 hit album A Bigger Bang. The song is listed as the tenth track on the album, and is the latest in a long line of compositions by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Features Mick Jagger on lead, backing vocals & bass, Keith Richards on lead guitar, Ronnie Wood on rhythm guitars, & Watts on drums.
"Oh No, Not You Again" is one of the most well-known tracks from A Bigger Bang, the Stones' first new studio album since 1997's Bridges to Babylon. The song was used in media campaigns and tour promotions for the band. It was the first new song from A Bigger Bang played for a public audience in a surprise performance at the Juilliard School in New York City.
Throughout the 2005–2006 A Bigger Bang Tour, which has carried the Stones throughout North America and Europe, "Oh No, Not You Again" has been played continuously and received generally well by fans and critics alike, although critics have noted the similarities in structure to previous Rolling Stones efforts from the early 1970s.
The song got significant rock radio airplay in the US, reaching #34 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks on December 2005.
Charlie Watts has also jokingly said that the song's title should also be the name of the album, referring to the band's constant return to the studio.
Next single rumors
The tune was erroneously believed to be the next single released from A Bigger Bang in Spring 2006. This rumor was proved false when in April 2006 it was announced that the European summer single would be "Biggest Mistake".