StonesArchive.comThe Rolling Stones have released the fourth installment of their recently-launched series of officially authorized bootlegs. Live at the Tokyo Dome (Tokyo 1990) captures the next-to-last show of a 10-concert residency the British rock legends played in the Japanese capital in February 1990. The gigs were the first The Stones had ever played in Japan, and closed out the group's Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle tour in support of their 1989 studio effort, Steel Wheels.
In a promotional video for the album, guitarist Keith Richards comments, "The Japanese people are an amazing bunch of Stones freaks…They're [an] especially warm audience for The Stones. [It was a] fantastic experience.
Mick Jagger, meanwhile, recalls that the show was "a very difficult gig to play [because] the indoor dome…was very echo-y."
The Live at the Tokyo Dome set list features 23 songs, including renditions of five cuts songs from Steel Wheels and a bevy of classics from throughout the band's storied career. Engineer Bob Clearmountain, who has mixed all of The Stones' previous official live bootlegs, did the honors for this one as well.
Live at the Tokyo Dome is available only as a digital download. It can be purchased exclusively in the U.S. at the Google Play music store and outside of the States at StonesArchiveStore.com.
Here is the album's complete track list:
"Start Me Up"
"Sad Sad Sad"
"Almost Hear You Sigh"
"Rock and a Hard Place"
"Honky Tonk Women"
"You Can't Always Get What You Want"
"Can't Be Seen"
"Paint It Black"
"2000 Light Years from Home"
"Sympathy for the Devil"
"It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)"
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
"Jumping Jack Flash"
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