The Rolling Stones has just released a new music video for their third and final previously-unavailable song from the newly released 'Goats Head Soup' reissue.
Titled 'All the Rage', the song was recorded in late 1972 during the sessions in Kingston, Jamaica. The song had previously shown up on bootlegs as 'You Should Have Seen Her Ass'.
Frontman Mick Jagger explained to UDiscoverMusic that he decided to pen down some new lyrics to get the song ready for its first official airing.
"That's like a very Rolling Stones rock track," he said. "That wasn't finished, it didn't have a finished vocal or many lyrics, [so] I had to finish that one. But the guitar parts, I think, were all done. Might have added percussion, but that's what you would have done anyway – [added] a bit more maracas and stuff afterwards."
Guitarist Keith Richards added that certain songs "seem to be either closely related, or cousins of one another" when someone pointed out the similarities of the song to 'Brown Sugar'. "I'd forgotten about it until I heard it again, but yeah, it does come off to me, now you mention it, [as being] in the 'Brown Sugar' mold.
Listen to 'All the Rage' below.