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Bob Dylan Wanted to Make an Album With the Beatles + Rolling Stones

Talk about the holy trinity of 1960s rock and roll!

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Abkco/Casablanca

Under Cover: Kiss Meet The Rolling Stones in the Year 2000

At one glance, the Rolling Stones and Kiss seem miles apart.

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Rolling Stones, Keystone, Hulton Archive
Keystone, Hulton Archive

10 Druggiest Rolling Stones Songs

The Rolling Stones know their drugs. Whether we're talking pills, powders or plants, it’s safe to say the Stones have tried it all -- and that's especially true for the songwriting team of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

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Female Rolling Stones fans, Evening Standard, Hulton Archive
Female Rolling Stones fans waiting for the band. | Evening Standard, Hulton Archive

10 Most Sexist Rolling Stones Songs

Yes, you read that right. Not "sexy," but "sexist." The Rolling Stones have never been shy about their sexuality -- many of their best-known songs positively drip with lust -- and on numerous occasions, they've let their alpha-male tendencies get the better of them and come off sounding completely misogynistic. What followers are 10 of the most egregious examples of Mick, Keef and the gang crossing the lines of decency.

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The Rolling Stones, Evening Standard, Hulton Archive
Evening Standard, Hulton Archive

10 Best Rolling Stones Songs (1962-1972)

They were never as good after 'Exile,' so you might call these the creme de la creme.

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