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  1. Studio Albums Vinyl Collection ( - ) by The Rolling Stones (Vinyl, Jun, 20 Disc-Set, Universal).
  2. ROLLING STONES The Stones Are Rolling (Extremely rare South African track MONO vinyl LP on an unboxed Decca blue label, a rebranding of the 'Their Satanic Majesties Request' album which also had a unique fully laminated picture sleeve- An amazing Stones .
  3. How much are your The Rolling Stones items worth? Search our archive of The Rolling Stones items sold at auctions. The only Free online Music Price guide for all pre-recorded music formats. Rolling Stones STICKY FINGERS Vinyl LP NEW sealed. Sold for USD on (Best Offer) Vinyl.
  4. 10 hours ago · RECORDED ON THE ROLLING STONES LABEL, CAT. CUN FROM VINYL & INNER LYRIC SHEET IN VG+ CONDITION, OUTER SLEEVE IN VG COND. WITH SLIGHT SPINE CREASES.
  5. (Redirected from Citadel (song)) Their Satanic Majesties Request is a studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released in December by Decca Records in the UK and by London Records in the US. It is their sixth British and eighth American studio album, and their first to be released in identical versions in both laufedepostrojucanfichilneujivol.xyzinfo: Decca (UK), London (North America).
  6. The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in The first stable line-up consisted of bandleader Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica, and keyboards), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), Keith Richards (guitar, vocals), Bill Wyman (bass), .
  7. A total of ten albums in the unrivalled catalogue of the Rolling Stones will be released as half-speed masters on heavyweight gram black vinyl on 8 May, by Polydor/Universal Music Group.
  8. Easily one of the best of the Rolling Stones' overtly psychedelic rockers, this song combines the spirit of the day with the band's tried and true, rock-solid rhythmic fury. A fabulous guitar lick from Keith Richards drives the song, and it's doubtless that this rhythm riff was the basis for the song in the first place.

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