Planned Release Date: N/A
Reason It Was Shelved: Producer Rick Rubin was working on Mick Jagger's third solo album when he recommended the Rolling Stones musician link up with blues-rock band, The Red Devils. After performing live with them in spring of 1992, they all set out to the studio for a rumored 13-hour recording session in Hollywood where they recorded 13 tracks, many of which were unrehearsed or finished with only one or two takes. The songs remain unreleased with the exception of "Checkin' Up On My Baby" which was released on the 1997 The Very Best of Mick Jagger.
Why We'd Kill To Hear It: No one can ever knock Rick Rubin's music know how as he's produced some of hip-hop's most groundbreaking albums and worked with some of rock's finest (Red Hot Chilli Peppers and AC/DC). The musical mastermind could've certainly made a hit with Mick Jagger, the legendary frontman of the Rolling Stones, on his side. A little blues won't hurt at all either.