Photo by Jeff Kravitz
The Rolling Stones have announced a deluxe, multi-format release of their 1973 record, Goats Head Soup. The album will have both four-disc CD and vinyl box set edition, which will feature unreleased studio and live material.
The deluxe edition of the record will include three previously unheard Rolling Stones songs. The band has already shared the first of these, “Criss Cross” (listen below). The band has also shared a video for the unreleased track.
In addition to “Criss Cross,” the deluxe Goats Head Soup will contain “Scarlet,” a track which features Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page on guitar, as well as Blind Faith bassist Rick Grech. A third unreleased song, “All The Rage,” will also be included.
The box set editions of Goats Head Soup will also feature Brussels Affair, the live album recorded in Belgium during the Stones’ Fall 1973 tour. The now-remastered recording was previously only available on the band’s 2012 “official bootleg” live recordings series.
Pre-order Goats Head Soup here. Watch the “Criss Cross” video below.