The Rolling Stones: New edition of the album “Tattoo You” comes with new songs

The Rolling Stones
New edition of the album “Tattoo You” comes with new songs

Mick Jagger on stage in the nineties

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The Stones are releasing the album “Tattoo You” 40 years later in a new edition – including nine new songs from this era!

It’s been 40 years since the Rolling Stones released their album “Tattoo You” on August 24, 1981. To mark the anniversary, the rock band has now announced that it will be releasing a new edition that will include the eleven original songs as well as nine unpublished pieces from the era.

One of those previously unreleased tracks is “Living In The Heart Of Love,” which was released directly. The anniversary album will be released on October 22nd, but can already be pre-ordered.

“Tattoo You” landed at number one on the album charts in the USA in the 80s with hits like “Start Me Up”. It has now reached four-fold platinum status. In addition to standard versions on CD and vinyl, there will also be several deluxe versions. However, only the different deluxe versions of the new edition should contain the unreleased songs.

“No Filter” tour starts at the end of September

Mick Jagger (78) and his bandmates are currently preparing for their “No Filter” tour, which will take them through the USA over 13 dates from the end of September to November. Charlie Watts (80), the Stones’ drummer, who has to recover after an operation that has become necessary at short notice, cannot be there. Steve Jordan (64) steps in for him.