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Some Girls reissue

WAS (NOT WAS): The upcoming Some Girls reissue, due Nov. 21 from UMe, is packed with extras including 12 previously unreleased tracks and a 1978 concert on DVD. The Stones and producer Don Was (who helmed last year's Exile on Main St. reissue) dug through hundreds of hours of tapes from the sessions to come up with the dozen keepers, some of whose titles will be familiar to bootleg collectors. Was wants to tackle Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed or Sticky Fingers soon. "There's so much material," he tells Rolling Stone. "If they never went in the studio again, you could have a new Stones album every year for the next 50 years, and it would all be good." (11/10a)

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