The legendary album “Tattoo You” (1981) by the Rolling Stones, which will go on sale reissued on October 22, offers this Thursday a small “jewel” with the presentation of an unreleased song by the band, “Troubles A ‘Comin “reported the record label Universal Music.
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This new song, available today, was originally recorded by the Stones in Paris in 1972 and is “a catchy and multifaceted” version of the original by The Chi-Lites, Universal said in a statement.
“The song is a true gem for fans around the world and is an appetizer of the nine new songs and rarities included in the must-see Lost & Found album of” Tattoo You, “the note noted.
The release in multiple formats of “Tattoo You”, the album that opens with “Start Me Up”, has generated great expectation, as many consider that work as the last great work of the Stones, at the same time that it is called to become now in one of the first tributes to the memory of the drummer of the group Charlie Watts, who died on August 24.
His memory, however, has already been very present during the American tour “No Filter”, which the Stones began on September 26 in St. Louis.
And it is that the veteran British rockers are still at the foot of the canyon. The new edition of the 1981 album sees the light after the relaunch in 2020 of the momentous album “Goats Head Soup” (1973), with which they returned to number one in sales in the United Kingdom.
Now, on the 40th anniversary of “Tattoo You”, they will delight their fans with the eleven tracks from the original album, including favorites like “Hang Fire”, “Waiting On A Friend” and, of course, the song that opens the album. and distinctive of the band since then, “Start Me Up”.