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Rolling Stones Hyde Park concerts to hit iTunes

Rolling Stones Hyde Park concerts to hit iTunes

The Rolling Stones are to release their recent Hyde Park concerts in London as a digitally downloaded live album. Photo: WENN

The Rolling Stones are to release their recent Hyde Park concerts in London as a digitally downloaded live album.

The Rolling Stones – Hyde Park Live will be released exclusively via iTunes next month.

The Stones played hits-packed sets at the pair of Hyde Park shows earlier this month.

The new release will open with “Start Me Up” and feature 19 live numbers, ending with “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”

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