Rolling Stones - Hackney Diamonds LP tai CD levy
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Format: LP & CD
Style: Classic Rock
"Angry" (Jagger–Richards, Andrew Watt) – 3:46
"Get Close" (Jagger–Richards, Watt)
"Depending On You" (Jagger–Richards, Watt)
"Bite My Head Off"
"Whole Wide World"
"Mess It Up"
"Live by the Sword"
"Driving Me Too Hard"
"Tell Me Straight"
"Sweet Sounds of Heaven"
"Rolling Stone Blues"
Hackney Diamonds is the upcoming 24th British and 26th American studio album by British rock band the Rolling Stones, set for release on 20 October 2023 on Geffen Records. The album features a variety of guest stars and is the first studio album of original material by the band in 18 years. It is the band's final album to feature drummer Charlie Watts, who died two years prior.
Recording, promotion, and release
The Rolling Stones last released a studio album in 2016 with the blues covers album Blue & Lonesome, which began with new material recorded with Don Was but stalled. The band's last album of original material was A Bigger Bang in 2005, but they continued to record occasional tracks, such as "Doom and Gloom" and "One More Shot" for the compilation GRRR! in 2012 and the 2020 single "Living in a Ghost Town". The group again recorded sessions for a new album starting in 2020, but these were interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Studio work in 2021 yielded several completed songs and further recordings in late 2022 and early 2023 with producer Andrew Watt included Paul McCartney playing bass guitar on new Stones music. In June 2023, former bassist Bill Wyman announced that he had recorded with the band for the first time in 30 years. Additional recordings with Elton John are expected to be on the release. These recordings include 2019 sessions that have the last studio work by Charlie Watts and the band's first studio work with drummer Steve Jordan. Final recording for the album began in December 2022, with 23 total tracks finished in January 2023 and mixing done the following month.
On 17 August 2023, an advertisement appeared in the Hackney Gazette teasing the album, referencing several Rolling Stones song titles and displaying their tongue logo. On 22 August, social media profiles posted new artwork by Paulina Almira and Universal Music Group debuted a website to promote the release, on which a countdown appeared and solicited questions for the band. The group posted links to this site on their social media accounts on 29 August and showed photos of their lip logo projected on various monuments around the world. These projections continued to 2 September, when the band previewed a short snippet of "Angry" on the website dontgetangrywithme.com, which experienced instability and frequent errors that some interpreted as being intentional. On 4 September, the album was officially announced, as were the plans for a livestream with television host Jimmy Fallon where more information would be revealed and the lead single would be premiered. On 6 September, the livestream was broadcast on the Rolling Stones' official YouTube channel while being filmed at the Hackney Empire Theatre in London. Fallon interviewed the band, who revealed the album's track list and release date, as well as alluding to various guest musicians, and answered questions sent in from fans. The music video for "Angry" premiered after the interview concluded, which features actress Sydney Sweeney being driven through Los Angeles in a red convertible, with the band members singing to her from large billboards along the way.
Shortly after the newspaper advertisement implying this album release, 12 songs were registered to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers under the names of Jagger–Richards, with three tracks co-written by Andrew Watt. The final track listing was released on 6 September.