The band continue their 50th anniversary celebrations by launching a one-stop destination for their discography.The Rolling Stones destination on the iTunes Store will feature all of the band's indispensable classic studio albums in pristine sound quality, from their eponymous 1964 debut, The Rolling Stones, No. 2 in 1965, to 1968's Beggars Banquet, Sticky Fingers in 1971, Exile On Main St. in 1972 and beyond, providing a handy one-stop opportunity for aficionados to acquire their catalogue.
Rolling Stones Release iTunes Collection
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