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Rolling Stones commemorate 50 years with new album, GRRR

Written on:September 5, 2023
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The Rolling Stones - 50 years and still going strong

The Rolling Stones are set to celebrate their 50 years in union by releasing their new music album, GRRR, a compilation of their greatest hits.

The new album will be accessible in four arrangements: a 3 CD, 50 track collection with a 24 page booklet, a 3 CD, 50 track deluxe version with a 36 page hardback book and five postcards, a 4 CD, 80 track super deluxe edition with a bonus C, posters and other gifts and a 50 track, 12-inch vinyl box set.

All the box sets will include The Rolling Stones classic hits like Start Me Up, I Can’t Get No Satisfaction, Honky Tonk Women, Jumping Jack Flash, and other famed tracks of the doting fans.

GRRR will also feature two new tracks recorded by the band in the Paris studio. The veteran band will also release their first ever single Come On in this album. The album will be released on November 13,2012.

The Rolling Stones reached a landmark 50 year association on July 12 this year since they first played at the London’s Marquee Jazz Club. The lyrics of The Rolling Stone songs are considered as one of the reasons for their ever growing popularity.

The pioneers in rhythmic blues have etched their name on the BillBoard chart with 36 top 10 albums. There has been no band like The Rolling Stones which has surpassed their number of hits.

The Rolling Stones have applied the icing on the cake by announcing four tours, they will play two at London’s O2 Arena and another couple at the Barclay’s Centre in Brooklyn.

Rolling Stones may perform again this autumn
Happy 50th birthday Rolling Stones!

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