The Rolling Stones to release 50th anniversary edition of ‘Beggars Banquet’ with rare extras

The Rolling Stones‘ iconic 1968 album, Beggars Banquet, is getting a special 50th-anniversary reissue this November.

Released in December 1968, the album features many of The Stones’ most memorable tracks, including Sympathy for the Devil and Street Fighting Man.

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To celebrate its 50th anniversary, The Rolling Stones are set to release a special edition of Beggars Banquet with a load of rare extras.

The special edition will include a remastered version of Beggars Banquet on 180 gram vinyl, as well as a 12-inch Sympathy For The Devil mono single with a graffiti-etched B-side, and a bonus flexi disc containing a 1968 interview with Mick Jagger, previously only available in Japan.

The gatefold sleeve features the originally banned “graffiti” artwork, featuring Michael Vosse’s photograph of a vandalised restroom, which is contained inside an outer case depicting the official “invitation” sleeve.

Check out the package below. You can pre-order it here.

Here’s the tracklisting for the release.

Disc 1 Side A

Sympathy For the Devil
No Expectations
Dear Doctor
Parachute Woman
Jigsaw Puzzle

Side B

Street Fighting Man
Prodigal Son
Stray Cat Blues
Factory Girl
Salt of the Earth

Disc 2

Sympathy For the Devil (mono)

Flexi disc

‘Hello, This Is Mick Jagger!’ LONDON to TOKYO April 17, 1968