The Rolling Stones have released exclusive live video footage of their performance of “All Down The Line.” The Rolling Stones famously gave the electric rock song to a Los Angeles radio station as an incomplete demo to play while they drove around and listened to it so they could hear what it would sound like on the radio. “All Down The Line,” written by Stones’ own Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, appears on the band’s historic album from 1972, ‘Exile On Main Street’. The live performance can now be seen at HERE.

‘Exile On Main Street’ will be re-released on May 18th, and fans will be treated to 10 new tracks. The re-release will include new tracks “Plundered My Soul,” “Dancing in the Light,” “Following the River,” and “Pass the Wine,” as well as alternate versions of “Soul Survivor” and “Loving Cup.” The pre-order of ‘Exile On Main Street’s re-release is now live. The deluxe edition pre-order can be found on, while an assortment of limited edition packages can be found exclusively at

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