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Mick Jagger and Superheavy Recorded on a Yacht to Prevent Bootlegging

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Mick Jagger and SuperHeavy took extreme measures to prevent their self-titled debut album from being leaked online. They were so concerned about a security breach that they elected to record outside of a studio to keep the music under wraps and off the web so they took to the high seas. Oh the perils of releasing music in the digital age.

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Mick Jagger Says SuperHeavy Pulled Him Out of His ‘Comfort Zone’

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Mick Jagger says his new SuperHeavy project set out to sound different from the outset -- but even they weren't quite sure what that meant until they got together and started playing.

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Mick Jagger ‘Wasn’t Surprised’ By Summer Riots In London

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images

When violent unrest overwhelmed London earlier this summer and rioters took to the streets, Mick Jagger for one was not surprised. In fact, the Rolling Stones singer believes such displays are part of the British soc

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SuperHeavy, ‘SuperHeavy’ – Album Review

Mick Jagger
Larry Busacca, Getty Images

You can't accuse Mick Jagger of hogging the spotlight on the new SuperHeavy album, but forgive us our biases if we say that he certainly steals the show.

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Mick Jagger Says SuperHeavy Were Interested in Songs, Not Jams

Mick Jagger
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Oftentimes, when you get a bunch of rock stars from different genres and generations together, gelling or fostering chemistry becomes difficult. Not so with Mick Jagger and his pals in SuperHeavy.

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Superheavy, ‘I Can’t Take It No More’ – Song Review

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Facebook.com/SuperHeavy

Mick Jagger stands front and center on the new SuperHeavy single, 'I Can't Take It No More,' leading the band through a rather straight ahead, horn-charged rock song that attacks corrupt politicians.

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Superheavy Look to the Past for Common Musical Ground

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Superheavy / Facebook

When Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley and A.R. Rahman teamed up to record the upcoming SuperHeavy record together, they ended up looking back in music history to find a common ground that fused together their variety of musical styles and influences.

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SuperHeavy, ‘Miracle Worker’ – Video Review

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Facebook.com/superheavy

The video for rock supergroup SuperHeavy's 'Miracle Worker' holds true to the eclectic if not electric nature of the song, the band's debut single. 'Miracle Worker' is a love story vaguely acted out within a five-minute span. Each member shares screen time judiciously, with Joss Stone and reggae star Damien Marley playing the lead roles.

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Mick Jagger’s SuperHeavy Release Track Listing For Debut Album

Mick Jagger
Daily Mail

A track listing has been released for the debut album from the Mick Jagger-fronted new group SuperHeavy, which is due in stores on Sept. 19. You can find the names of the 12 standard songs and four bonus tracks at the bottom of this story.

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Mick Jagger’s SuperHeavy Offer Exclusive Video to Facebook Fans

Mick Jagger
Facebook

Mick Jagger's new supergroup, SuperHeavy, are offering fans a five-minute video clip of the band recording in the studio to fans who "like" the band's Facebook page. The link to the video is included below.

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