Deluxe double vinyl LP, two hybrid super audio CDs + 7" single. Includes the stereo and mono remasters of the album plus a reproduction of the 1969 7" mono picture sleeve single 'Honky Tonk Women'/'You Can't Always Get What You Want.' Also contains three 12" x 12" hand-numbered replica-signed lithographs are also featured, printed on embossed archival paper, as well as a full color 23" x 23" poster, with restored artwork from the Decca Records package of 1969. The deluxe edition also has an 80-page hardcover book with an essay by music writer David Fricke. Digitally remastered edition. The Rolling Stones' groundbreaking multi-platinum selling album Let It Bleed was released in late 1969, charting at #1 in the UK and #3 in the US. The Rolling Stones, at this point already a critically and commercially dominant force, composed and recorded their eighth long player amidst both geopolitical and personal turmoil. The second of four Rolling Stones albums made with producer Jimmy Miller (Traffic, Blind Faith), Let It Bleed perfectly captures the ominous spirit of the times with "Gimme Shelter," the opening track.