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Rolling Stones Return After 18 Years With “Hackney Diamonds” Album

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The Rolling Stones reignited on Friday with the release of “Hackney Diamonds,” their first album in eighteen years. The album featured megastar cameos from Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, and even Elton John.

Currently, in their sixth decade of collaboration, the renowned British group returns with their 24th studio album.

First-time participant McCartney plays bass on the punky song “Bite My Head Off.”

Though John Lennon sang the Stones’ 1967 song “We Love You,” the rivalry between the Beatles and the Stones was always more hype than substance back in their 1960s glory.

“Paul and I have always been friends,” Stones frontman Mick Jagger, 80, told France 2 this week.

Guitar Player magazine was informed by Keith Richards that McCartney’s appearance was somewhat of an accident.

The contributions of McCartney and Elton John are a little difficult to distinguish, but Lady Gaga and Stevie Wonder are more noticeable on “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” a blues-infused ballad that is reminiscent of hits like “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

Before its publication, there was a lot of excitement, with some even claiming that it was their best work since 1978’s “Some Girls.”

However, some were quite dissatisfied with the slick production by Andrew Watt, who is accustomed to working with pop singers such as Justin Bieber and Dua Lipa.

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