Out today (July 13th) is the Rolling Stones' latest collection in their ongoing archival series with the release of From The Vault: No Security - San Jose 1999. The set is available on DVD, Blu-ray, DVD/CD, DVD/LP and digital formats, and joins previous CD/DVD "From the Vault" releases as L.A. Forum Live In 1975; Some Girls: Live In Texas ’78; Hampton Coliseum Live In 1981; Live In Leeds 1982; Sticky Fingers: Live At The Fonda Theatre 2015; and Tokyo Dome (Live 1990).

The tracklisting for From The Vault: No Security - San Jose 1999 is: "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Bitch," "You Got Me Rocking," "Respectable," "Honky Tonk Woman," "I Got The Blues," "Saint Of Me," "Some Girls," "Paint It Black," "You Got The Silver," "Before They Make Me Run," "Out Of Control," "Route 66," Get Off Of My Cloud," "Midnight Rambler," "Tumbling Dice," "It’s Only Rock N' Roll (But I Like It)," "Start Me Up," "Brown Sugar," and "Sympathy For The Devil."

Mick Jagger told us that whether they're playing a sweaty, smoky club or a 60,000 seat stadium -- about a third of the Stones' setlist has to be devoted to their legendary hits: "I figure there's about 10 songs that if you don't play them, people are gonna say, 'I wish they'd a played. . .' So, y'know, they're paying, y'know, good money to come and see you, and I don't see why you should disappoint them, just being difficult, 'I don't wanna play "Brown Sugar."' I mean, because they probably wanna hear it. I quite enjoy playing 'Brown Sugar,' but sometimes you don't want to. But anyway, there's about 10 of those."

IN OTHER STONES NEWS

Mick Jagger has once again been called a jinx for England's elimination at the World Cup. Over the course of the decade it's been a running joke that any team he supports in the World Cup tanks.

Variety posted: "Jagger predicted at a show in Rome that Italy would beat Uruguay in a subsequent group match. Italy lost. At an earlier concert in Lisbon, Jagger said Portugal would win the title in Brazil. The Portuguese were eliminated in the first round. Then came the semifinals, which essentially cemented Jagger’s reputation as a harbinger of bad luck in Brazil. The man who sang 'Hoo Doo Blues' on the band’s most recent album went to Belo Horizonte to see the host nation face Germany with his son Lucas, who is half Brazilian. Brazil lost, big time."

The "Jagger Jinx" theory started back in 2010 when in South Africa he attended an England vs. Germany match and England lost. After wearing Brazil's colors while attending their match against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals -- sure enough, Brazil lost.

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