“Start Me Up”
Introduced by one the Rolling Stones' signature fuzzy chord riffs, "Start Me Up" rode a leeringly enthusiastic, ready-for-anything Mick Jagger vocal to become the band's biggest hit of the 1980s. It started as a reggae song way back in 1975, getting reworked into a rocker at the Some Girls sessions before finding a place on 1981's Tattoo You. "When they started playing it this time, it wasn't a reggae song, it was what we know today as the great 'Start Me Up,'" said Some Girls engineer Chris Kimsey in Keith Richards's autobiography Life. "It was Keith's song; he just changed it."