Rolling Stones Stream Rare Music from ‘Tattoo You’ Sessions

The Rolling Stones have thrown a bone to fans who are excited about the 40th-anniversary reissue of “Tattoo You.”

Several of the album’s cut tracks — which will be included in the re-release as part of the “Lost and Found” bonus disc — are being streamed on, the band has revealed. Among the songs that didn’t make the 1981 album are “Living In The Heart Of Love,” “Trouble’s a’ Comin’,” “Shame, Shame, Shame,” “Drift Away” and a reggae version of the album’s first single, “Start Me Up.”

The 40th anniversary edition of “Tattoo You” is available now.

Is it usually obvious why “rare tracks” were cut from albums in the first place?



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