From time to time, a remarkable record pops up out of the blue. For some reason, whether one-of-a-kind or long forgotten, it had remained undocumented until now.
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Below features the list of Stones7.com' discoveries since its 2011 revamp.
Missing you in Barbados
2016-06Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
in 1971 : at 45 or 33 1/3 rpm ?
2016-05Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
first 'misprinted' cover.
A Route 66
black & white cover from down under!
Get yer Little Queenie
out in Lebanon!
The never-tasted-before Brown Sugar
A little story around the chaotic release of the Satisfaction
EP in Spain in 1965.
The unlikely white promo labels for the bonus Poison Ivy
single given free with the 1973' Japanese GEM double LPs set!
how rare is an original 1964 colorized picture sleeve from Holland?
2013-07She's So Cold
The Zimbabwe's Emotional Rescue
, a Japanese box set of 15 test pressings.
, an Iranian EP story.
'Empty' white promo labels from a Mexican Brown Sugar
A Venezuelian picture sleeve for Tumbling Dice
[test pressing], the American unreleased single.
2012-01Mother's Little Helper
2011-11The Rolling Stones
debut UK EP missing band's name!
A promo-only Mexican issue of Emotional Rescue
2011-09Not Fade Away
, first ever Greek picture sleeve?
2011-08Street Fighting Man
in Malaysia, bearing the UK export catalogue number.
2011-07It's Only Rock'n'Roll
in a Turkish generic Atlantic picture sleeve
A South African promo-only issue of She's So Cold