Lost Rolling Stones Collaboration With Jimmy Page to Be Released

The track will be included on the band's "Goats Head Soup" reissue

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Mick Jagger and Keith Richards performing live onstage (Robert Knight Archive/Redferns)

The Rolling Stones will be re-releasing their 1973 album Goats Head Soup, and in addition to the album’s 10 original tracks, the reissue will include a treasure trove of previously unreleased material — including, most notably, a song featuring Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page.

That track, “Scarlet,” was recorded in October of 1974, and according to a press release, it features “layered guitar textures” from Page and is “as infectious and raunchy as anything the band cut in this hallowed era.”

In addition to the song with Page, the reissue — which will be released Sept. 4 in four-disc CD and vinyl box sets — will feature two other unreleased tracks, “Criss Cross” and “All the Rage” (described as a “wild, post-Brown Sugar strut”). The box set will also include outtakes and alternative versions of some Goats Head Soup tracks as well as a live album called Brussels Affair.

To celebrate the announcement, the Stones released “Criss Cross” along with an accompanying music video. You can watch it below.

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