PRNewsFoto/Urban OutfittersA limited-edition two-LP version of the deluxe reissue of The Rolling StonesSticky Fingers is being sold exclusively in the U.S. via Urban Outfitters.

The double-disc set features an alternate cover that first appeared on the Spanish edition of the 1971 album. That country considered the famous original Andy Warhol-created “zipper” cover to be too controversial. The Spanish Sticky Fingers cover, known as the “can of fingers” cover, shows an opened can labeled “Fowler’s Treacle,” with a woman’s fingers poking out of some dark-colored syrup.

The two-LP set contains the remastered version of the original album on disc one and the nine unreleased tracks featured on the bonus disc from the deluxe Sticky Fingers reissue on disc two. These include alternate versions of “Brown Sugar,” “Wild Horses,” “Dead Flowers” and two other tunes, plus four live performances from a 1971 Stones concert in London.

Only 3,000 copies of the limited-edition Sticky Fingers vinyl set have been pressed. It can be purchased now online at, and will go on sale in Urban Outfitters stores starting this Tuesday, June 24.

Here is the full track list of the double-disc collection:

LP 1 — Side A
“Brown Sugar”
“Wild Horses”
“Can’t You Hear Me Knocking”
“You Gotta Move”

LP 1 — Side B
“I Got the Blues”
“Sister Morphine”
“Dead Flowers”
“Moonlight Mile”

LP 2 — Side C
“Brown Sugar” (Alternate Version with Eric Clapton)
“Wild Horses” (Acoustic Version)
“Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” (Alternate Version)
“Bitch” (Extended Version)
“Dead Flowers” (Alternate Version)

LP 2 — Side D
“Live with Me” (Live at the Roundhouse, 1971)
“Stray Cat Blues” (Live at the Roundhouse, 1971)
“Love in Vain” (Live at the Roundhouse, 1971)
“Honky Tonk Women” (Live at the Roundhouse, 1971)

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