PUBLISHED: 22:16, Tue, Sep 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:24, Tue, Sep 1, 2020
The Rolling Stones have had some big hits over the years, but now Sir Mick Jagger has revealed which tracks he thought were pretty rubbish at first. And it turns out they are the unreleased songs from the band’s 1973’s Goats Head Soup album. But they’re finally being re-released as part of a 2020 version of the record this Friday.
The previously unheard songs by The Rolling Stones include Criss Cross, All the Rage and Scarlet.
The latter features Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page on the recording session track.
Speaking with The Sunday Times, Sir Mick said: “[The record executives] said, ‘We’ve found these three tracks’. I said, ‘They’re all terrible.’
“That’s always my initial reaction, ‘They’re all useless!’”
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The Rolling Stones: Guess what Mick Jagger initially thought was ‘TERRIBLE' and 'useless' (Image: GETTY)
One of the tracks is Scarlet featuring Jimmy Page (Image: RS)
Sir Mick clarified: “I mean, actually, I always liked the songs, but they weren’t finished.
“Sonically they still sound like they were recorded then, even if they weren’t perfect.
“You can make them sound a little better than they did.
“But I think these three songs are all up