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Rolling Stones releases never heard 1973 song “Criss Cross”

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Rolling Stones releases never heard 1973 song “Criss Cross”

The Rolling Stones made available the never released 1973 song “Criss Cross”. Is the first track from their upcoming expanded reissue of the album Goats Head Soup. According to the band the work will be released in September and will feature unheard tracks, demos, outtakes, live performances and more.


Hear the never released Rolling Stones “Criss Cross”:

In addition, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts are preparing a new unreleased album. The first since 2005. In April, they released the first song that will be part of the new work, Living in a Ghost Town.

Mick Jagger talked about the song at the time, saying:

“The Stones were in the studio recording new material before the lockdown. And one song – ‘Living in a Ghost Town’ – we thought would resonate through the times we’re living in.”

The band

The band was formed in London in 1962 and considered one of the biggest, oldest and most successful musical groups of all time. Along with the Beatles, they are considered the most important band of the so-called British Invasion that occurred in the 1960s. The band and its members occupied a prominent position in the musical and behavioral changes of the 1960s. Also are often related to the counterculture, rebellion and youth of the time. They have sold over 250 million albums worldwide.

Their most lucrative tour is “A Bigger Bang Tour”. Which lasted from 2005 to 2007 and grossed an incredible $ 558,255,524. During this tour, the band held a free concert on the sands of Copacabana beach, on February 18, 2006 in Rio de Janeiro. More than 2 million people attended the concert. Which is listed in the Book of Records as the free concert with the largest audience performed by a single band, ever.

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