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Rock band The Rolling Stones will record their first album in 10 years.[/caption]
Rock band The Rolling Stones will record their first album in 10 years.
The “Wild horses” hitmakers - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts - have been in a studio here over the past week working on a follow-up to the 2005 record “A Bigger Bang”, and morale is high after Wood revealed he is going to be a father to twins at the age of 68, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
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“Ronnie broke the news on one of their first days back in the studio and they were all delighted for him. It's given everyone a great boost,” The Sun newspaper quoted a source as saying.
"The guys booked in for a few sessions to lay down some tracks which Mick and Keith have written. It's very early stuff - just four or five songs at the moment - but the plan is to make a full new album in the new year,” the source added.