The Rolling Stones are back with a brand new album.

FOX's Michelle Pollino reports: 

The Rolling Stones are singing the blues again and plan to release their first new album in over a decade...

The album will be released December 2 and it has some guest stars on it. Eric Clapton plays on two of the 12 tracks.

The album includes a version of Howlin' Wolf's 1966 song "Commit A Crime," and Jimmy Reed's "Little Rain".

Now this is nothing new for the boys back in the day, they often played their own versions of hits by Reed, Willie Dixon, and other American artists.

The band says the album was recorded in just three days with the goal of having a spontaneous live feel.

Michelle Pollino, FOX News.

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