The Rolling Stones are gearing up to release a special limited edition version of Let It Bleed, celebrating the album’s 50th anniversary.

For fans, they’ll be able to get around this release in November, which will be including a number of newly added elements.

Along with a remastered version of the original 1969 record in both mono and stereo formats, the Let It Bleed deluxe reissue will also include a reproduction of the 7″ single ‘Honky Tonk Women’/‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’, signed lithographs and a beautiful full colour poster of the artwork.

Watch the ‘official unboxing’ of the Let It Bleed re-release:

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For fans of Rolling Stones literature as well, this reissue will also include an 80-page hardcover book featuring never before seen photos taken by Rolling Stones photographer Ethan Russell, as well as an essay written by noted journalist David Fricke.

The Rolling Stones have proven to be one of the hardest touring bands out there – even with Mick Jagger’s heart operation, the band managed to pull through and complete a North American tour last month.

The band’s last release came with the complication Honk back in April, that saw the likes of Dave Grohl and Ed Sheeran contribute to the record of live recordings of 10 classic Stones songs.

Listen to ‘Let It Bleed’:

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