The Rolling Stones recently shared a previously unreleased track “Come To The Ball” from their just released 40th anniversary deluxe reissue of the 1981 album Tattoo You.
“Come To The Ball,” one of nine new tracks on the Lost & Found: Rarities disc, was co-written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
40 years after its original release, Tattoo You returns with an all-new 2021 master, alongside 9 new unheard tracks and bonus live cuts. Tattoo You (40th Anniversary) deluxe edition is a celebration of one of the Stones most iconic albums, which also includes monster hits “Start Me Up” and “Waiting On A Friend” alongside all-time fan favorites like “Black Limousine” and “Heaven.”
Tattoo You deluxe edition is available on deluxe LP & CD (featuring the classic album & unheard tracks), limited edition clear vinyl & picture disc (both exclusive to the Stones store), and immersive 4CD and 5LP boxsets. The 4CD boxset also includes a limited edition Keith Richards Picture Disc, an expansive book charting the history of the album and a very special lenticular version of the classic artwork.
“For Tattoo You, we realized that there was a lot of great music that we had recorded in the past that had never been released, particularly from all the material we had amassed during the Some Girls and Emotional Rescue sessions,” recalls Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood.
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