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Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Edition)

Let It Bleed is one of the very best albums by The Rolling Stones. It is bookended by the classic songs Gimme Shelter and You Can’t Always Get What You Want and features the blues/rock centrepiece Midnight Rambler. It was released in 1969, in between Beggars Banquet (1968) and Sticky Fingers (1971). An album from a magical period in the band’s history is getting a 50th anniversary makeover as a luxurious box set, standard LP and CD.
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Exile on Main Street

The Rolling Stones took themselves off to the French Riviera to record their classic double LP Exile On Main Street. This could well be the album from which all the stories of excess associated with rock stars stem from. But let’s not let that overshadow the music. Since it’s release in 1972, Exile On Main Street has been a bona fide rock ‘n’ roll classic.

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Rock and Roll Circus

Because The Rolling Stones were The Rolling Stones they could get all the stars to come out and play. And come out and play they did on 11th December 1968. Rock and Roll Circus, their musical extravaganza, features performances by The Rolling Stones, complete with Brian Jones, The Who, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, Jethro Tull and Yoko Ono. There’s also songs performed by The Dirty Mac - a supergroup featuring John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell and Keith Richards - Keith was relegated to bass duties.
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Beggars Banquet

Beggars Banquet by The Rolling Stones was originally released in 1968 and was the first in a run of four brilliant albums: Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile On Main Street followed. Beggars Banquet was the last to feature Brian Jones, but due to increasing drug use didn’t play on the whole album. Contains the classics Sympathy For The Devil and Street Fighting Man.
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Voodoo Lounge Uncut

Finally, the definitive document of The Rolling Stones' Voodoo Lounge tour. 'Voodoo Lounge Uncut' presents for the first time the full, unabridged performance from the Stones' 25th November, 1994 date at Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium. A full 10 songs included here were edited out of the original '90s release. Sheryl Crow, Robert Cray and Bo Diddley all guested and the tracks are presented in original running order. Gatefold triple LP on Eagle Rock. 
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Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition)

Beggars Banquet was the first in a run of four classic albums made by The Rolling Stones between 1968 and 1972 where they took their blues roots and fused them with hard rock, country and gospel to create a, well, Stonesy sound that has been copied, but never bettered, by so many bands since. Under the guidance of producer Jimmy Miller they transformed basic blues structures into phenomenal musical moments such as Sympathy For The Devil. This 50th anniversary reissue LP features and extra 12” disc with a mono mix of Sympathy For The Devil and an etched B-side along with a Mick Jagger interview on a flexi-disc. Also available on standard CD.
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From The Vault: No Security - San Jose ’99

As the title might suggest, this is an archival album that deals in a Rolling Stones concert from their 1999 No Security tour. The triple-vinyl release sees the withered old crones play and oldies-and-newies set, though of course the newies in this case are a couple of decades ripe by now. Unfortunately the press release doesn’t let on as to whether No Security - San Jose ‘99 includes audio of Keith and Mick dissecting the subtle majesty of Dennis Bergkamp’s winner for Holland when they played Argentina in France ‘98.
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Their Satanic Majesties Request - 50th Anniversary Edition

Following the hullabaloo about the 50th Anniversary edition of the Beatles 'Sgt Pepper's...' we now get a bespoke four disc re-vamp of their great rivals the Rolling Stones similarly ambitious Their Satanic Majesties Request. This was the album in which they experimented with psychedelia, sound effects and unconventional song structures. Bonkers and groundbreaking. 

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The Rolling Stones: Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971 - 2016

If you really, really, really like the Rolling Stones you could always buy this 20 album box set of all their work between 1970 and 2016. Acres of albums from the 'Stones fallow years. Features 'Start Me Up'.  All numbered, limited edition with download codes. Or you could buy a car ....you may well need one to house these in. 
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Sticky Fingers

An album that probably needs no introduction here: The Rolling Stones trouser-bulging Sticky Fingers. This has of course never gone out of print, so this latest reissue goes all out, with three CDs (original remastered album, live tracks and outtakes), a DVD of footage, hardback book, prints, posters… Its all here. Or you could get the vinyl.
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On Air

On Air showcases The Rolling Stones in a 1960s BBC recordings stylee. So you get them at their rawest, most direct and bluesy, bringing us their R&B love and Country influences which characterised their early sound. You fans will love this. All restored using ‘Audio Source Separation’ for that bit more clarity. In heavyweight double LP, CD and deluxe double CD packages.
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Blue & Lonesome

Blue and Lonesome sees The Rolling Stones, in the sixth decade of their recording career, going back to their roots and playing the blues. The album features versions of songs by Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon and Jimmy Reed It was recorded live in the studio in just three days. Eric Clapton makes a guest appearance too.
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Ride 'Em On Down

The Rolling Stones apparently have a new album in the works (lord), and this is your first chance to sample its wares. Ride ‘Em On Down is a 1955 tune by electric bluesman Eddie Taylor, acknowledged by the Stones as a key early influence. This is a single-sided 10” pressed to electric blue vinyl in limited quantities.
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The Rolling Stones In Mono

ALL of The Rolling Stones’ studio albums recorded between 1963-69 on 16 glorious vinyl, or 15 CDs. Remastered in mono, as Keith Richards apparently originally intended them to be. Packaged with huge essay by David Fricke and a load of rare photographs. Doesn’t get much more comprehensive really.
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(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

ABKCO/Universal Music is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the original debut release of The Rolling Stones hit single ‘Satisfaction’. The release is due out on the 10th of July this year to coincide with the date the track originally reached number one. This 12’’ reissue is presented in a scaled up replica of the original artwork and features both B sides from the original the UK and US releases.
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From The Vault – L.A.Forum – Live In 1975

Have you guys heard of this band called The Rolling Stones? I hear they're pretty good. Apparently they've been around for a few decades and do not make industrial-tinged-techno, so we haven't gotten around to listening to them here yet. That said, there's this new archival project in the work to release all of their old live performances, Grateful Dead style -- in fact it's actually even called 'From The Vault'. 'L. A. Forum - Live In 1975' shows off a performance from the first time they toured with one Mr. Ronnie Wood. Soon enough we'll be able to compare it to many, many other Stones' performances from down the years.
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Got Live If You Want It EP

Got Live If You Want It was recorded on The Rolling Stones' fifth UK tour in 1965 at shows in London, Manchester and Liverpool. This was the Rolling Stones' third and final 7’’ EP for New York independent record label ABKCO. Renowned for its raw sound quality, the record has more appeal as a historical document than as a piece of music.
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Some Girls


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