0621. The Rolling Stones
The problem with putting the greatest song of the album first is that it's just going to go downhill from there. And while it doesn't have to be such a steep decline (here on Beggars Banquet it evens out pretty quick), you're still made painfully aware that the apex of the album's gone by.
But that note aside I do understand why teens turned to the Stones instead of the Beatles - there's much more raw power here. Not necessarily in the form of brutal music (it's rhythm and blues, country and a bit of gospel, actually - with a blues cover called Prodigal Son, by Robert Wilkins), but more sex and mysticism.
A good album, and if you haven't heard Sympathy For The Devil it's your loss, but now you know what to do.