WATCH: Rolling Stones Share Previously Unreleased "Goats Head Soup" Track, "Criss Cross"

Guitarist Mick Taylor (left) and singer Mick Jagger performing with the Rolling Stones at Wembley Empire Pool, London, 7th September 1973. Drummer Charlie Watts is behind the kit. (Photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images)
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The Rolling Stones are back, and they're bringing 1973 with them. Mick Jagger and company have revealed details of an upcoming reissue of the band's classic from that year, Goats Head Soup, including three previously unheard tracks. The first of those songs, "Criss Cross," was released today. Watch the video for it below. The clip follows a young woman as she romps around a city, and is taken to moments of public nudity, so proceed with caution.

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The other previously unreleased tracks from the Goats Heads Soup sessions set for the reissue include "All the Rage," and "Scarlet," with the latter featuring none less than Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page on guitar.

For hardcore fans, the Deluxe 4LP & 4CD boxsets pay full homage to the original release – including the much sort after Brussels Affair, recorded live at the Forest National Arena in October 1973, plus a full disc of Rarities & Alternatives, according to the press release. The 4CD boxset also includes a 120 page book of rare photos & essays, plus four re-produced 1973 tour posters (rolled up inside the package to avoid creasing). The reissue is set for release on September 4, 2020.

The release arrives as part of a new Goats Head Soup capsule collection, which includes bundles, t-shirts, lithographs, and even the album on a shiny new cassette tape.


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