On July 10, 1965, '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' became the band's first of eight Hot 100 leaders.
"Hard-driving blues dance beat backs up a strong vocal performance."
That's how Billboard endorsed the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" in a June 5, 1965 review of the eventual iconic rock classic. The public would soon agree.
The track, released on the London label, entered the Billboard Hot 100 the following week (June 12) at No. 67. It zoomed to No. 26 in its second week and then to Nos. 4 and 2 before beginning a four-week reign on the July 10, 1965 chart. The band had placed seven prior hits on the Hot 100, reaching the top 10 twice: with "Time Is on My Side," which peaked at No. 6 in December 1964, and "The Last Time" (No. 9, May 1965).