Rolling Stones: The Biggest Bang

Covers five dates on the 2005/06 tour

There are few greater pleasures in life than watching a 63-year-old Mick Jagger shimmy and strut his way across 100 metres of stage. He is the one man that can put Axl Rose and his hypnotic ‘snake-hips’ dance to shame.

If the thought has you salivating, then you should immediately part with your hard earned cash in exchange for this four-disc box set, featuring more than 240 minutes of the Stones live on their A Bigger Bang tour.

Keith Richards may look like a corpse, but he can still pull off a mean lead lick and Mick Jagger has reached the zenith of high camp, making Johnny Borrell look like James Blunt. He pouts and shakes his way through the Stones’ immense back catalogue and a smattering of new tracks, thrown in for good measure.

The box set features more than 50 songs taken from five dates on the 2005/06 tour and even includes a documentary of the tour.

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