Rolling Stones ‘Tattoo You’ Reissue Becomes Red Vinyl Store Exclusive
A limited vinyl edition of the rolling stones’ 1981 album Tattoo yourself will be available from Friday (22) exclusively at their flagship store, RS No.9 Carnaby, and through their website. The collectible disc coincides with the release of the Get a tattoo (40th anniversary) editions, with a wealth of previously unreleased material alongside the remastered original album.
The record will be in the custom Pantone color “Stones Red” and will become the latest in a series of limited edition vinyl releases, all exclusive to the London store and its online incarnation. The series also included Goat’s Head Soup, Sticky Fingers, Some Girls, Black & Blue, and Blue and lonely.
The Tattoo You vinyl “Stones Red” will be limited to 1,000 copies, priced at Â£ 25, available from Friday at 11am BST at the store, which opened last year at 9 Carnaby Street in Soho, London. It will also be available for purchase, in very limited stock, from 6 p.m. on the same day. RS No.9 Carnaby official website.
Like their No filter Appointment continue across the United States to acclaimed press and public alike, the Stones have so far shared two tasters of the nine tracks Lost found disc which is part of the anniversary editions of the 1981 album. These are their versions of the Chi-Lites “Troubles A ‘Comin” and their own “Live in the heart of love.”
Writing about the Stones’ show at So-Fi Stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday (17), Daniel Kohn of Twirl observed: “[Mick] Jagger can still move and groove on stage even as he approaches his 80s. The same goes for the way [Keith] Richard and Ronnie wood still have the energy to do it as often as they do – even with almost a week’s buffer between shows. Nevertheless, you try to get up and put on a show in a stadium for 70,000 people at their age and tell me how you feel.
Pre-order Get a tattoo (40th anniversary edition), which releases October 22.