Mick Jagger and Keith Richards sat down with Today Show’s Matt Lauer to discuss tomorrow’s reissue of 1972’s enduring Stones classic, Exile on Main Street.
The album was primarily recorded in the notorious makeshift basement studio of Keith Richards’ villa in the south of France, where the Stones headed in the spring of 1971 in order to avoid paying taxes.
A consistent seller since debuting at number one in June 1972, tomorrow’s reissue will be available in a standard remastered 18-track CD, a double-vinyl edition and two deluxe issues — a double-CD edition set and a super deluxe set containing two CDs, a DVD, box two vinyl discs and a book. View pre-order purchase options here.
But its biggest selling point is the addition of 10 never-before-heard tracks that accompany both deluxe additions.
“I think there’s kind of six tracks that were never released and then alternate versions of some of the songs,” Jagger tells Lauer.