The Rolling Stones to release remastered box sets

Mammoth release includes 23 studio albums and more

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The Rolling Stones have announced details of two limited edition vinyl box sets to be released this November.

The remastered releases, which come out on November 22, group together 23 studio albums as well as compilation albums and EPs. Each box set is split chronologically, with the first collecting the band’s releases between 1964-69, and the second from 1971-2005.

The box sets contain the following:

1964-1969 Vinyl Box Set:
‘The Rolling Stones’ (EP)
‘The Rolling Stones’
‘Five By Five’ (EP)
‘The Rolling Stones No. 2’
‘Out Of Our Heads’
‘Aftermath’
‘Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass)’
‘Between The Buttons’
‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’
‘Beggars Banquet’
‘Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)’
‘Let It Bleed’
‘Metamorphosis’

1971-2005 Vinyl Box Set:
‘Sticky Fingers’
‘Exile On Main Street’
‘Goats Head Soup’
‘It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll’
‘Black And Blue’
‘Some Girls’
‘Emotional Rescue’
‘Tattoo You’
‘Undercover’
‘Dirty Work’
‘Steel Wheels’
‘Voodoo Lounge’ (2 LPs)
‘Bridges To Babylon’ (2 LPs)
‘A Bigger Bang’ (2 LPs)


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