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Fresh Rolling Stones song hits the net
But today such online clips are commonplace, and in fact The Rolling Stones have even launched one for a fresh song of their own.
The electric guitars featuring song, Doom And Gloom, can be seen online, alongside its lyric-demystifying clip.
In the past the music instruments playing band - the Stones, as they are sometimes known - have been behind songs such as Get Off My Cloud, Jumpin' Jack Flash and Little Red Rooster.
Their fresh track will be part of compilation record GRRR! - due to hit shelves next month.
Its animated lyric video renders the words to the song in a font which looks like splashy red and black ink, while among the other music instruments that pop up in the track alongside electric guitars are drums.
Published by AW. Posted on 11 Oct 2012 12:34 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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