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Rolling Stones Launch Digital Archive Featuring Rare Content

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Iconic British rock band releases exclusive music, photos and videos.

Yi Chen
  • 22 november 2011


The Stones Archive website gives Rolling Stones fans the chance to ‘listen to unheard music, view unseen photographs and films, and look at rare merchandise.’ The site integrates Twitters and Facebook, and embeds a SoundCloud widget that allows visitors to sample 30-second tracks. The website also features an exclusive interview with Michael Putland, the official photographer of the Rolling Stones Europe tour in 1973, and includes never-before-seen photographs.

For visitors outside of the U.S., you can purchase and legally download ‘The Brussels Affair’, a live show recorded in 1973 that has been circulating as a bootleg.

The Stones Archive was created in partnership with merchandising company Bravado. There will be daily deals where customers can purchase Rolling Stones merchandise for a discounted price.

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