Rolling Stones To Remaster 14 Albums This Year

Exile on Main Street will also get reissued later in 2009

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The Rolling Stones are to remaster 14 of their post 1971 albums and release them in batches, starting with Sticky Fingers, Goats Head Soup, It’s Only Rock’n’Roll and Black And Blue in May.

The remastered albums will contain the original track listing and feature their original iconic sleeves, and fans will have the option to buy a special collector’s box to house them.

The reissues are part of the Rolling Stones new deal with Universal Music Group, and all 14 albums will also be available to buy digitally.

Classic album Exile on Main Street will also be released, separately, later in in the year, with UMG planning to celebrate the iconic 1972 album.

The Roling Stones reissues will be re-released as follows:

May 4:
Sticky Fingers [2009 re-mastered]
Goats Head Soup [2009 re-mastered]
It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll [2009 re-mastered]
Black And Blue [2009 re-mastered ]

June 8:
Some Girls
Emotional Rescue
Tattoo You
Undercover

July 13:
Dirty Work
Steel Wheels
Voodoo Lounge
Bridges To Babylon
A Bigger Bang



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