‘Exile On Main Street’ to be Re-Released in May

According to a New York Times report, Universal Music plans to re-release The Rolling Stones’ 1972 double album, Exile On Main Street, in the United States on May 17 (or May 18, according to other reports).

The re-release will include all 18 tracks from the original album, plus new songs with titles such as “Plundered My Soul,” “Following The River,” “Pass The Wine” and “Dancing In The Light.” In addition, alternate versions of original Exile numbers like “Loving Cup” and “Soul Survivor” will be featured on the new album.

The Exile On Main Street super-deluxe edition will also come with a new 30-minute documentary DVD, “Stones in Exile,” and the NYT reports that the supplementary film will include footage from the never-released “Cocksucker Blues,” which followed the S.T.P. (Stones Touring Party) on a cross-country excursion in ’72 and captured a good chunk of debauchery and decadence by Richards and Co.

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