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Rolling Stones confirm new album!!

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  1. That 70s Guy

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    Jumpin' Jack cash! Rolling Stones set to pocket £2m from new album

    Rolling Stones' new album is set to make the band a whopping £2million
    Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, both 73, have been recording in London
    Band to bring out new album next year to coincide with end of European tour


    It's only rock ’n roll – but a new Rolling Stones studio album is set to make the band a whopping £2million.

    Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, both 73, have been in recording studios in London and New York recently, and label Universal has renewed their contract for a new album.

    Along with Ronnie Wood, 70, and Charlie Watts, 76, they will release a live compilation album around Christmas.

    Then next year the band will bring out a new studio record to coincide with the end of their forthcoming European tour.

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    Yesterday a music insider said: ‘Both Mick and Keith would rather be carried off stage in a coffin than give up their great love – writing and making music.

    ‘They were experimenting in the studio earlier this year, and everything just gelled. They ended up with around 15 tracks which they have cut down to album-length, and when the label execs heard it they were thrilled.

    ‘Age is no barrier to brilliant music, and there is no doubt the new stuff will sell.’ Richards was spotted in the studio in Manhattan on Thursday tinkering with the latest sound, while Jagger had been spotted making music a few weeks earlier.

    The Stones’ last album Blue & Lonesome – their first studio record for more than a decade – went straight to number one on its release in December last year. And their latest tour, which begins in Hamburg in September, sold out in minutes.

    Earlier this week Sir Paul McCartney seemed to take a dig at the Stones, suggesting audiences were not interested in new material.

    The former Beatle said fans only wanted to hear ‘Satisfaction, Honky Tonk Woman – don’t just do the new stuff’.

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  2. AboutAGirl

    AboutAGirl oh, be nice

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    Wow, already? I mean they just released a record. Great news!
     
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    Great news indeed, but not a big surprise either, as they have been talking about releasing an album with original songs not too soon after "Blue & Lonesome".
     
  4. nedkelly

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    Well, yes the Boyz will outlive all of us!!!! What world are we going to leave Keith Richards & Mick Jagger ?
    Anyway, jokes aside, the Stones dishing out a new album is no surprise to me. I hope they do a thing like A Bigger Bang with songs like Sweet NeoCon, etc. They know how to 'revolutionize' the world. I would rather give my hard-earned money to the Stones than to any lousy politician out there!!!!

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    Blue and Lonesome was a great backtrack to their roots. I am highly anticipating the next release.
     
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  8. That 70s Guy

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    We still have Twinkies here in Canada. :)
     
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    Only because Keith allows it.

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    Actually this is just the latest great thing in the Canada column.
    You guys scored number 2 on the best place to live list.
    And number 1 in quality of life.
    I would concur. I lived in Ottawa for a couple years working a contract.
    Great city. Really a super nice place to live.

    https://www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/quality-of-life-rankings
    Canada named 2nd best country in the world…again, report finds - National | Globalnews.ca
     
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