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Fresh hits round-up for Rolling Stones
The record takes the form of a Greatest Hits round-up, the band has announced, but tracks One Last Shot as well as Gloom And Doom, which are new, are also going to be included on it.
The Rolling Stones turned 50 this year as a band, and have had hits from the 1960's onwards. These include the likes of Honky Tonk Women, Not Fade Away and Fool To Cry.
There are set to be five versions of their fresh collection, including versions with varying numbers of CDs and a vinyl edition. November is the planned release day for it.
Artwork released for the project shows the image of a fanged gorilla sticking its tongue out, with the band's name and the record's title rendered as if written in a felt tip pen. The record's artwork is by Walton Ford.
Published by AW.Posted on 5 Sep 2012 16:36 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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