The Glimmer Twins and bandmates ex smallface/Face Ron Wood and Charlie Watts reenter the new dangerous universe of pop music with two spanking brand new singles and another long player release of their their alternate greatest hits
The new single was recorded in Paris and is the first time in seven years that The Men Who Would Be Kings gather in a recording studio to commit a peaceful riot..
Doom and Gloom was produced and helmed by 5 disc Stones veteran Don Was (Was Not Was). who was most ably assisted by Their Satanic Majesties Mr.'s Jagger and Richards..
The world's most dangerous rock and roll band will be giving the first airplay rights to BBC 2 Radio who will be airing the new wax at 8:15 am London Time.Simultaneously the tune will be available for pre-order on iTunes throughout the net this morning along with the chance for fans to pre-order the long-player GRRR! which drops in the cold rain November 12/12.
But because you are so hip you are already reading about it and listening to it right here on DJ!
With all apologies the Stones channel the channel of the spiritual apparition from the ghost of founder Brian Jones and throw out the super clean digital incarnations such as Bridges To Babylon and replace those embodiments with the dirty filthy lo-fi recording techniques stolen from the fevered mind of Anton Newcombe along with the other would be hoodlums, perverts and petty criminals who make up the Brian Jonestown Massacre.
The Stones deliver the mixed up muddled up new track which sheeple shall listen and do the mashed potato to compulsively while dinosaur DJ's obsess about "what it means" with the fantastic aid of the new backtracking's 21st century cousin : the loud ping from a nuclear submarine!
As in - "We're going down to a new depth here...you can hang out with us if you want to but you may get the bends! DIVE DIVE DIVE!"
But they shall cipher the true meaning to no avail because as everyone knows the music and lyrics are meant to be something that YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND!
The new cover of The Stones release GRRR!
The Rolling Stones
Here is the doppelganger that the Stones posted to fool young critics they may feel are too clever for their own bitches!