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Sticky Fingers leads to a sticky hit!

Sticky Fingers leads to a sticky hit!

Published at 6:00am 23rd April 2019.

'Sticky Fingers' lead to a sticky hit for The Rolling Stones.

It was on this day (23rd March) in 1971 that they released one of their most successful albums.

The cover was designed by Andy Warhol, who was paid $15,000 for his efforts.

For more of the best music from the decade - listen to KL.FM 70s

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