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Rolling Stones to release greatest hits album

Rolling Stones to release greatest hits album

The Rolling Stones are set to release a new greatest hits compilation album called 'Honk'.

The 'Satisfaction' hitmakers will drop their new Best Of album next month on April 19.

'Honk' will be comprised of two CDs, or three LP vinyls, housing 36 essential Stones' tracks, including eight Top 10 singles, 'Brown Sugar', 'Tumbling Dice', 'Angie', 'It's Only Rock'n'Roll (But I Like It)', 'Fool To Cry', 'Miss You', 'Emotional Rescue' and 'Start Me Up'.

The tracklist also features newer tracks from the band's extensive back catalogue, such as 'Doom & Gloom' as well as 'Just Your Fool', 'Ride 'Em On Down' and 'Hate To See You Go' from the band's 2016's Grammy Award-winning, number one album, 'Blue & Lonesome'.

Also included on the album's bonus disc are 10 live tracks recorded at packed-out stadiums round the world during the band's more recent sold-out tours, many of which feature special guests.

Tracks on the live bonus disc include 'Dead Flowers', which was performed with Brad Paisley in 2013, 'Bitch', with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and 'Wild Horses', which Florence Welch performed with the band in London last year during the 'No Filter Tour'.

Fans who pre-order 'Honk' will be able to access the live version of 'Wild Horses' featuring Florence from Thursday.

The compilation album comes as the rockers are set to tour the USA starting on April 20, and are currently putting together their next studio album.

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