First edition. 1971. Spanish version of the Rolling Stones ́s "Sticky Fingers" LP.-its cover and "Sister Morphine" song were censored -.
HRSS 591- 01 - COC 59100
"Sticky Fingers" was released worldwide in 1971, with the famous Andy Warhol's cover showing men's jeans with a real zip.
The Spanish censorship during Franco ́s period, did not allow that cover, so another was designed by John Pasche only for Spain and photographed by Phil Jude, in which some fingers come out of a molasses can and the reference to the masturbation in the title was suppressed with a cover meaning was more pure.
The song "Sister Morphine" from the original album was also censored, so a specific version only for the Spanish market, a live version of Chuck Berry's "Let It Rock", replaced it
These variations only for the edition of the LP for Spain, made this edition of "Sticky Fingers" a highly coveted piece for fans and collectors, becoming a rarity and collector's item, especially this 1st Spanish edition.
It is shipped insured and with track&trace code.
- Künstler/Band (maximal 3)
- The Rolling Stones
- Sticky Fingers [Spanish censorship Franco´s period: cover and song "Sister Morphine". 1st edition]
- LP Album
- Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes)
- Very Good Plus (VG+)
- Rolling Stones Records
- HRSS 591- 01 - COC 59100