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Rolling Stones Release Hyde Park Shows as Live Album

Rockers' July 6th and 13th homecomings out now on iTunes

Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones perform at Hyde Park in London.
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July 22, 2013 11:25 AM ET

The Rolling Stones made a triumphant homecoming to London's Hyde Park earlier this month, and now the rockers have released the shows as a new live album on iTunes. The Rolling Stones – Hyde Park Live features cuts from the July 6th and July 13th gigs, which marked almost 44 years since the band first played Hyde Park.

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The Hyde Park gigs came at the end of the band's "50 and Counting" tour of North America, which comprised 18 shows in arenas in the U.S. and Canada, along with a surprise opening club show in L.A. The band also performed for the first time at the Glastonbury festival in England.

The Rolling Stones – Hyde Park Live is available now on iTunes through August 19th. Full track list follows below.

"Start Me Up"
"It's Only Rock N' Roll"
"Tumbling Dice"
"Emotional Rescue"
"Street Fighting Man"
"Ruby Tuesday"
"Doom and Gloom"
"Paint It Black"
"Honky Tonk Women"
"You Got the Silver"
"Before They Make Me Run"
"Miss You"
"Midnight Rambler"
"Gimme Shelter"
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
"Sympathy for the Devil"
"Brown Sugar"
"You Can't Always Get What You Want"
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

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