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High Tide Green Grass (Big Hits Vol. 1)

    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2019 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    Reissue of the long out of print UK vinyl edition of the Rolling Stones’ very first ‘best of’ LP, from 1966–the collection was many people’s first foray into the world of the Stones! A top 3 chart album on both sides of the Atlantic, on release -featuring six number one singles! Includes original 14-track album on heavyweight green vinyl.Features UK edition artwork –gatefold sleeve and colour insert. Ironically, the iconic UK, ‘fish-eye’ cover shot was taken in New York by Jerry Schatzberg. Mono edition cut by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios, London. Includes (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, Paint It Black, The Last Time, 19th Nervous Breakdown & many other classic hits! “One of the most potent collections of singles that one can find” AMG

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    She's A Rainbow (Live)

      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2019 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

      The Rolling Stones release a special, limited edition of "She's A Rainbow" (Live) at U ARENA, PARIS 25/10/17.

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      Honk

        Honk collects 36 essential Stones’ tracks – including eight Top 10 singles, “Brown Sugar”, “Tumbling Dice”, “Angie”, “It’s Only Rock And Roll (But I Like It)”, “Fool To Cry”, “Miss You”, “Emotional Rescue” and “Start Me Up”. Bringing the band’s story up to date, Honk also contains hit single “Doom & Gloom” – recorded in 2012 – as well as “Just Your Fool”, “Ride ‘Em Down” and “Hate To See You Go” from the band’s 2016’s Grammy Award-winning, No 1 album, Blue & Lonesome. 

        FORMAT INFORMATION

        3xLP Info: Triple LP on heavyweight black vinyl.

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        On Air

          The Rolling Stones are set to release a new album, ‘On Air’, a selection of BBC recordings from the 60’s. The track-listing will comprise of original Stones tracks along with some covers. The audio has gone through an extensive process called ‘Audio Source Separation’ at Abbey Road. In short, it means a de-mix process ahead of a traditional multi track remix and master.

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          Beggars Banquet - Reissue

            Beggars Banquet is the seventh British studio album by the legendary English rock band, The Rolling Stones. This album is generally acknowledged as the moment when the Rolling Stones came of age. After three albums that found Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and group indulging in every kind of studio trickery, this 1968 masterpiece found the Stones returning to the band dynamic. Playing it straight, fast and loose, they emerged with iconic tracks like ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ and ‘Street Fighting Man,’ launching what became their most iconic period.

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            Sticky Fingers - Deluxe CD/DVD Box

              ‘Sticky Fingers’ was recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Stargroves, Mick’s country home and Olympic Studios in London and produced by regular confidant Jimmy Miller, ‘Sticky Fingers’ was released shortly after the Stones became exiled in the south of France, leaving Britain after a sensational farewell tour. It also featured some of the most ground breaking artwork in rock history by Andy Warhol with its famous working zip on the front cover. (Recreated in the Super Deluxe and Double Vinyl Deluxe Editions of the new package.)

              ‘Sticky Fingers’ has been repeatedly hailed as one of the Stones’ all-time great albums, capturing their trademark combination of swagger and tenderness in a superb collection. It continued the incredible outpouring of creative energy that had produced 1968’s ‘Beggars Banquet’ and ‘Let It Bleed’ in 1969. After ‘Sticky Fingers’, the Stones’ relocation to the south of France led to the double album masterpiece ‘Exile On Main St.’ The highly acclaimed ‘Sticky Fingers’ showcased the ever more inventive song writing of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and formidable guitar licks from Mick Taylor.

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              Sticky Fingers - Deluxe Edition

              ‘Sticky Fingers’ was recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Stargroves, Mick’s country home and Olympic Studios in London and produced by regular confidant Jimmy Miller, ‘Sticky Fingers’ was released shortly after the Stones became exiled in the south of France, leaving Britain after a sensational farewell tour. It also featured some of the most ground breaking artwork in rock history by Andy Warhol with its famous working zip on the front cover. (Recreated in the Super Deluxe and Double Vinyl Deluxe Editions of the new package.) 

              ‘Sticky Fingers’ has been repeatedly hailed as one of the Stones’ all-time great albums, capturing their trademark combination of swagger and tenderness in a superb collection. It continued the incredible outpouring of creative energy that had produced 1968’s ‘Beggars Banquet’ and ‘Let It Bleed’ in 1969. After ‘Sticky Fingers’, the Stones’ relocation to the south of France led to the double album masterpiece ‘Exile On Main St.’ The highly acclaimed ‘Sticky Fingers’ showcased the ever more inventive song writing of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and formidable guitar licks from Mick Taylor.

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              Sticky Fingers - Standard Vinyl Version

                ‘Sticky Fingers’ was recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Stargroves, Mick’s country home and Olympic Studios in London and produced by regular confidant Jimmy Miller, ‘Sticky Fingers’ was released shortly after the Stones became exiled in the south of France, leaving Britain after a sensational farewell tour. It also featured some of the most ground breaking artwork in rock history by Andy Warhol with its famous working zip on the front cover. (Recreated in the Super Deluxe and Double Vinyl Deluxe Editions of the new package.)

                ‘Sticky Fingers’ has been repeatedly hailed as one of the Stones’ all-time great albums, capturing their trademark combination of swagger and tenderness in a superb collection. It continued the incredible outpouring of creative energy that had produced 1968’s ‘Beggars Banquet’ and ‘Let It Bleed’ in 1969. After ‘Sticky Fingers’, the Stones’ relocation to the south of France led to the double album masterpiece ‘Exile On Main St.’ The highly acclaimed ‘Sticky Fingers’ showcased the ever more inventive song writing of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and formidable guitar licks from Mick Taylor.

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                Out Of Our Heads

                  There are six different tracks to the US version, and although there are three Jagger/Richards songs there’s only one group written song, meaning this, in marked contrast to the US version of the album, has a preponderance of covers on it. There is not a hit single on the album, which probably accounts for it failing to become the band’s third number one in succession on the UK album charts, although it was not unusual at this time for artists to release albums without including their singles.

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                  Exile On Main Street - Remastered

                  Upon its release more than three decades ago, 'Exile On Main Street' innovatively wove varying musical genres, instruments and even artists into a compelling rhythmic masterpiece.

                  The original 18-track double-album was recorded in various stages at multiple locations, including Olympic Studios in London, Keith Richard’s mansion Nellcote in France, and in Los Angeles where the literal “Main Street” influenced the album title. These atypical circumstances surrounding the recording process greatly affected the album’s outcome which was highly reflective and influenced by the sociopolitical turbulence that marked the late `60s and early `70s. The Stones nixed the influences of a flower-child era and directed their creative process with the edgier, excessive, “more is more” approach of the `70s. Exile reveals a sprawling mix of genres with undertones of blues, country, R&B and gospel mixed with lyrics that fervently demand for release and liberation.

                  The album pulled together an electric array of talent including Dr. John, the late Billy Preston and pianist Nicky Hopkins. Guitarist Mick Taylor, who replaced Brian Jones in the band shortly before Jones died in 1969, is a magnificent blues player who brought an intensity and elegance to these epic tracks. At times, these musicians and others lived on the recording studio premises with the band creating an extremely open and creative collaboration for the album.

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                  Let It Bleed

                  Quite simply, over a five year period, the Stones wrote the rule book on what a rock'n'roll band should sound / look / act like and one listen to "Let It Bleed" should prove why. Low down and dirty, soulful and repentent, anthemic, raucous, profane, it's all here - 'White voodoo' to quote one Johnny Marr. There's no point trying to describe the tracks any more, just to list them; "Gimme Shelter", "You Can't Always Get What You Want", "Monkey Man", and more.

                  FORMAT INFORMATION

                  Ltd LP Info: Limited vinyl run of the newly remastered Stones Decca albums.

                  CD Info: 2003 remasters of the Stones' Decca albums.

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                  Their Satanic Majesties Request

                  For years dismissed as a self-indulgent cul-de-sac into psychedelic whimsy, "Their Satanic Majesties..." has undergone a 21st century renaissance. Tracks like "2000 Light Years From Home" and "2000 Man" have been namechecked by figures as diverse as Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie, film-maker Wes Anderson and Peter Gabriel (!). Granted it probably doesn't stand up to the band's later albums but neither does it deserve to languish as a druggy slab of indulgence.

                  FORMAT INFORMATION

                  Ltd LP Info: Limited gatefold vinyl run of the newly remastered Stones Decca albums.

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                  Beggars Banquet

                    After the screaming girls, the drug busts and the sprawling psychedelic folly that was "Their Satanic Majesties...", the Stones returned to their bluesy Eel Pie Island roots for '68s "Beggars Banquet". Inaugurating their run of classic albums that established them as the best rock'n'roll band on the planet, the tracks "Sympathy For The Devil" and "Streetfighting Man" may loom over the others but fans know that "No Expectations" ranks as one of their best songs. The album is dominated by acoustic guitars which makes the occasional bursts of electric all the more ear splitting and, in "Salt Of The Earth" features Mick and Keith (both singing) at their most righteous.

                    FORMAT INFORMATION

                    CD Info: 2003 remasters of the Stones Decca albums.


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