RollingStones.comThe Rolling Stones are preparing special deluxe box sets focusing on The Brussels Affair. The 1973 concert album was first released last November exclusively as a digital download to kick off the band's official bootleg series.
Three versions of the Brussels Affair Box Set can now be preordered, and are slated to be shipped on or about November 16.
The Collector's Edition, priced at $750, will include a three-LP vinyl version of the album; a book about The Stones 1973 trek signed by Mick Jagger, author Nick Kent and photographer Michael Putland; a replica '73 tour lithograph; a photo book boasting images snapped by shutterbug Claude Gassian; and a Stones watch featuring the band's famous tongue-and-lips logo.
A "Platinum" version of the set, listed at $1,250, will include everything featured in the Collector's Edition, plus a tour lithograph autographed by Jagger.
Lastly, an "Art" Edition of the set will sell for $1,500 and will include the same items as the Collector's package with an additional piece of memorabilia -- a silver gelatin print of a photo of Jagger and Keith Richards on stage that was taken by Putland and signed by the photographer.
The Brussels Affair features 15 performances culled from a pair of concerts that The Stones played in the Belgian city during a European tour in support of 1973's Goat's Head Soup album.
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