50th Anniversary Flashback: The Rolling Stones in Rolling Stone

In late 1967, Mick Jagger stopped at a newsstand and saw a new magazine whose name made him do a double take. "Quite surprised, really," he joked in an interview about Rolling Stone with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. "Didn't know we had a magazine at that time, but you never know."

The

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors’ Picks

Neil Young, Hitchhiker
This "buried-treasure mother lode" from Neil Young's archives, writes David Browne, is "a journey through the past, but far darker." Young recorded the album's 10 tracks in a single session on August 10, 1976, and the acoustic tracks include the failed-relationship chronicle "Give Me Strength" as well as a handful of songs that feel "like pointed

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors’ Picks

LCD Soundsystem, American Dream
"James Murphy and his wrecking crew of New York punk-disco marauders don't waste a moment on the superb American Dream," Rob Sheffield writes about the first album in seven years from the New York dance commanders. "It's a relentless, expansive, maddeningly funny set of songs asking how a lifetime of good intentions and hard work

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