The Rolling Stones; 40th Year of "Tattoo You" with unreleased gems...


The Rolling Stones have announced the details of the expanded 40th anniversary edition of their 1981 album, Tattoo You.

Newly remastered, it contains the original album, plus three bonus discs. (It's also a five-LP set.)

The first, Lost & Found: Rarities, contains nine previously officially unreleased tracks, including the first single, “Living in the Heart of Love,” which is available now on all digital platforms. The song has been bootlegged for years and can be found on YouTube.

Other highlights of Lost & Found include a cover of Jimmy Reed's “Shame, Shame, Shame, ”Dobie Gray's “Drift Away;” and a reggae-tinged version of “Start Me Up.” (This will be available as just a two-CD or two LP set as well.)

The other two discs are the 26-trackStill Life: Wembley Stadium 1982. This includes such classics as “Under My Thumb,” “Let's Spend The Night Together,” “Honky Tonk Women” and “Brown Sugar,” along with covers of The Temptations' “Just My Imagination,” Eddie Cochran's “Twenty Flight Rock,” The Miracles' “Going to a Go Go” and the Big Bopper's “Chantilly Lace.”

Set for release on October 22nd, this is the fifth album in a series of expanded reissues following Exile on Main Street, Some Girls, Sticky Fingers and Goats Head Soup.


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