The Rolling Stones - Is The Rolling Stones Leaked Setlist For Their 50th Anniversary Shows?

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Well at least The Rolling Stones are letting you know what you're paying for. The leathery rockers have posted a picture of a setlist on their Twitter account, which could well be the one they use on their four comeback shows later this year. As we all know now - and are hopefully shaking our heads at - the 'Stones announced that they were to play four shows to mark their 50th anniversary in the business, pricing them at a quite ridiculous $151-$656 (and that's not even including the VIP packages).

How good then, if this is true, that for any of you going and who are now feeding your family roadkill in the roomy three bedroom cardboard box you're now living in so that you can afford your ticket, that you know what you're going to get. We've got the full list of songs below, but a quick glance over it reveals that most of the group's classic hits are there, including 'Honky Tonk Woman' and 'Paint It Black', whilst the group have also included the two never-before-released tracks off their forthcoming greatest hits album 'GRRR!' Not that you'll ever be able to listen to that compilation because you've sold your vinyl/CD player/computer so that you can buy one of these tickets. Of course, this might just be another 'Stones tease. They've been doing a lot of that this year. Full set list below.

  • 'She's So Cold'
  • 'You Got Me Rocking'
  • 'All Down The Line'
  • 'Respectable'
  • 'Tumbling Dice'
  • 'Honky Tonk Woman'
  • 'Beast Of Burden'
  • 'Wild Horses'
  • 'Can't Always Get'
  • 'It's All Over Now'
  • 'Lady Jane'
  • 'Route 66'
  • 'Little Red Rooster'
  • 'Miss You'
  • 'Not Fade Away'
  • 'She's So Cold'
  • 'Start Me'
  • 'Sweet Virginia'
  • 'Worried About You'
  • 'Paint It Black'
  • 'The Last Time'
  • 'Ruby Tuesday'
  • 'Midnight Rambler'


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