Rolling Stones Newest Album Release: Sticky Fingers

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In 1971, at the height of their fame, The Rolling Stones released Sticky Fingers, a record that embodies some of their biggest hits of their careers. Not only was it their first album of the ‘70s, but also the first release on their private label, Rolling Stones Records.

Sticky Fingers reached triple platinum status in the United States with help from some of the greatest songs they’re known for: “Brown Sugar” and “Wild Horses”.

This new reissue will include a rare version of “Brown Sugar” with Eric Clapton, never-before-heard renditions of “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” and “Dead Flowers”, 5 live songs from their 1971 performance at London’s Roundhouse, not to mention, a special selection of musical rarities any fan will appreciate.

All proceeds from the sales of the Sticky Fingers album will benefit VH1 Save the Music Foundation, a nonprofit organization that focuses on improving music programs within public schools across America. The organization supports music programs with brand-new musical instruments as well as bringing awareness to the importance music has on a student’s academic performance.