More than 65,000 people paid to see The Rolling Stones on each night of their-two weekend stop at Hyde Park in London. But if you were stuck in the United States and couldn't get out to the show, the band is now offering a recorded version of the concert on iTunes. "The Rolling Stones - Hyde Park Live" is available for a $9.99 download price. 

The track list looks something like this: 

"Start Me Up" 

"It's Only Rock N' Roll"

"Tumbling Dice"

"Emotional Rescue"

"Street Fighting Man"

"Ruby Tuesday"

"Doom and Gloom"

"Paint It Black"

"Honky Tonk Women"

"You Got the Silver"

"Before They Make Me Run"

"Miss You"

"Midnight Rambler"

"Gimme Shelter"

"Jumpin' Jack Flash"

"Sympathy for the Devil"

"Brown Sugar"

"You Can't Always Get What You Want"

"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Fans may be disappointed that guitarist Gary Clark Jr.'s guest appearance during the song "Bitch" won't be included on the compilation, but the The Voice Chamber and the London Youth Choir will appear during "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." 

Fans can't wait around however. The album will only be available on iTunes until August 19. 

The Stones shows at Hyde Park were relevant because it was the first time in 44 years that the band had appeared there. The group last played a free show in 1969, which was dedicated to guitarist Brian Jones, who unexpectedly passed two days prior to the concert. Vocalist Mick Jagger read poetry by Percey Shelley and hundreds of white butterflies were released in tribute. The Hyde Park performances were also the final two shows of The Stones' "50 & Counting" tour, commemorating the band's fiftieth anniversary. The group preceded Hyde Park by playing the Glastonbury Music Festival for the first time.