The Rolling Stones Release “100 Years Ago” Lyric Video

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The Rolling Stones are presently providing two fresh lyric videos for their track “100 Years Ago” from the record Goats Head Soup.

These videos can be accessed in both English and Spanish renditions. The song initially featured on the band’s 1973 album, which achieved the remarkable feat of being their third consecutive number-one album in the United States and selling over 3 million copies in that region.

Goats Head Soup achieved immense success globally with its chart-topping hit “Angie” and beloved tracks such as “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker),” “Dancing with Mr. D.” and “Star Star.” Over a million copies of the record were sold there, and it quickly gained popularity among listeners.

Harmonious Comeback After 60 Years

After completing their 60th-anniversary tour last year, The Rolling Stones regrouped to resume their efforts on a new album. They delighted fans by announcing a collaboration with Paul McCartney on their upcoming album. McCartney’s bass-playing skills will add a fresh dimension to the band’s iconic sound.

Moreover, the song guarantees an encounter between the iconic figures of rock music, blending The Rolling Stones’ mastery of the genre with McCartney’s exceptional gift for melodies. This partnership signifies yet another significant achievement in the band’s extraordinary journey and exemplifies their unwavering dedication to pushing boundaries.

Enthusiastic fans are anxiously anticipating the unveiling of this momentous collaboration, which serves as a testament to the lasting impact of both The Rolling Stones and McCartney.

Renowned Band’s Exciting Project in L.A

In the initial reports of the spring, it was mentioned that the famous band was involved in a project where they teamed up with producer Andrew Watt in Los Angeles. This endeavor, which will feature drummer Steve Jordan instead of the late Charlie Watts who sadly passed away in 2021, brought together the legendary band and the producer recognized for his collaborations with musicians such as Post Malone, Ozzy Osbourne, Miley Cyrus, and many more.

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