Rolling Stones Release New Video For “All The Rage”
New release for Goats Head Soup reissue, "All The Rage" - The Rolling Stones / Youtube
The Rolling Stones have released a video for “All The Rage”, the third and final installment of the previously unavailable tracks for the newly-unveiled Goats Head Soup reissue.
“All The Rage” was recorded in the late 1972 sessions in Kingston, Jamaica, and has shown up in bootlegs as “You Should Have Seen Her Ass.” But in an interview, Mick Jagger told UDiscover Music that he decided to add new words to get the song ready for official airing.
“That’s like a very Rolling Stones rock track. That wasn’t finished, it didn’t have a finished vocal or many lyrics, [so] I had to finish that one. But the guitar parts, I think, were all done. Might have added percussion, but that’s what you would have done anyway – [added] a bit more maracas and stuff afterwards,” Jagger said.
“[I]t’s in that mold. Certain songs seem to be either closely related, or cousins of one another. I’d forgotten about it until I heard it again, but yeah, it does come off to me, now you mention it, [as being] in the ‘Brown Sugar’ mold,” added Keith Richards when its similarity to “Brown Sugar” was brought to attention.
Other unearthed tracks for the Goats Head Soup reissue include “Criss Cross” and the Jimmy Page-featured track “Scarlet”. Earlier, Jagger revealed his reaction of the idea that the songs were to be included in the reissue, saying, “’They’re all terrible!’ That’s always my initial reaction, ‘They’re all useless!’ I mean, actually, I always liked the songs, but they weren’t finished.”
After listening to the polished versions, however, Jagger’s response changed, where he said that “these three songs are all up there with the rest of the songs on this record.”