The Rolling Stones will release a new compilation in November

http://www.espanol.rfi.fr/sites/espanol.filesrfi/dynimagecache/99/326/3080/2299/344/257/sites/images.rfi.fr/files/aef_image/2012-07-11T195601Z_1280661817_GM1E87C0AT001_RTRMADP_3_BRITAIN_0.JPGThe Rolling Stones back in the news in music, to be published in November will be released on a new compilation that included two new songs.

Their Satanic Majesties, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, do not want to leave a spare moment to celebrate his 50th birthday on stage. For this reason, through its official website announced that the group will release a new compilation market with its most outstanding successes in his 50 years of musical history and, new, will include two new songs. A gift for all fans, young and old.

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.spinner.com/media/2012/09/rolling-stones-grrr.jpgThe website Music News Express reports that in this new collection of hits will be available in seven different formats. Two of these formats will be a triple CD with 50 songs, and a luxury box with four CDs, which will have a total of 80 subjects. And other formats will be published in a 12-inch vinyl. To make it a memorable item, each CD versions contain a cover in three dimensions that has been painted by the American artist Walton Ford. A delight for collectors and fans aférrimos for the British rock band. 

The compilation will be entitled "Grrr!" and, of course, we know the cover of it. It is strictly forbidden to make sarcastic jokes on the cover because, sure, the imagination of more than one and will be working at speeds estrtosféricas. It is simply a cover of a CD. 

This paper will feature musical songs like "Come On", presented his first single in 1963, to "(I Can not Get No) Satisfaction" and "Honky Tonk Women".

Also will include two new songs are called "Gloom and Doom" and "One Last Shot". Both were recorded last August in a Paris studio.

"Grrr!" will be released on November 12 worldwide except in the United States that will be released on 13.

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