We are used to the sight of catalogue albums receiving special edition spruce-ups and journeying back into the charts after an absence of years or even decades. Regular readers of these pages will note that rare are the weeks in which at least one vintage recording doesn’t make a returning impact. But it appears to be left to the Rolling Stones to take these comebacks to an entirely new level.
Ten years ago they set an impressive chart benchmark when ...
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