The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed gets 50th anniversary reissue

Let It Bleed

There’s plenty of classic, baby-boomer era albums reaching their 50th anniversaries at the moment, and the latest to get a reissue is The Rolling Stones‘ Let It Bleed.

Second in the almost unrivalled run of studio album releases from the Stones under the guidance of Jimmy Miller which began in 1968 with Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed has been remastered for this re-release on November 1st.

Available on vinyl and ‘hybrid super audio’ CD, included in the package too are 7″ singles, hand-numbered replica-signed lithographs, a poster with restored art and an 80-page hardcover book.

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Limited deluxe edition tracklists:

LP 1 Stereo;

Side 1
Gimme Shelter
Love In Vain
Country Honk
Live with Me
Let It Bleed

Side 2
Midnight Rambler
You Got The Silver
Monkey Man
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

LP 2 Mono;

Side 1
Gimme Shelter
Love In Vain
Country Honk
Live with Me
Let It Bleed

Side 2
Midnight Rambler
You Got the Silver
Monkey Man
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Hybrid Super Audio CD 1 – Stereo;

Gimme Shelter
Love In Vain
Country Honk
Live with Me
Let It Bleed
Midnight Rambler
You Got The Silver
Monkey Man
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Hybrid Super Audio CD 2 – Mono;

Gimme Shelter
Love In Vain
Country Honk
Live with Me
Let It Bleed
Midnight Rambler
You Got The Silver
Monkey Man
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

7” vinyl;

Honky Tonk Women
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

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