BMG has announced that in honor of the 30th anniversary of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards‘ acclaimed solo album Main Offender, the record label will release a limited edition super-deluxe boxset on March 18.
Featuring a number of previously unreleased songs from the Winos Live In London ’92 performance recorded at the Town & Country Club, Kentish Town, the collection includes an 88-page book with never-before-seen photos, reproductions of handwritten lyrics, reprinted essays from the album’s release, and an archival envelope containing exact replicas of promotional and tour materials from Richard’s archive.
Main Offender is the latest album in the treasure trove of Richards’ material to be released via BMG and follows 2021’s Live At The Hollywood Palladium and the 2019 unveiling of his first solo album Talk Is Cheap.
The captivating 10 tracks on Main Offender include the electric singles “Wicked As It Seems,” “Eileen” and “Hate It When You Leave.” The album was produced by Richards, Waddy Wachtel and Steve Jordan, with the newly remastered edition under the supervision of Jordan. The bonus live album was mixed and produced by Jordan as well.
Richards said, “This is the second time around and the Winos are kind of developing…If I hadn’t have taken the Winos on the road, this record would probably have been totally different than it is.”
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