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"The Rolling Stones: Just For The Record" (2002) is a DVD set that contains a collection of documentaries about the band. It covers the Stones' career, from their beginnings in the 60's to the early 21st century. The set includes interviews with other musicians and people the Rolling stones had worked with. There is also footage from concerts.

eOne Entertainment Distribution
1 Season, 5 Episodes
January 10, 2006
Documentary & Biography, Music
Cast: Francis Dumaurier, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards
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  • Only one band has defined Sex, Drugs & Rock "˜n' Roll for 40 years. Only one band has truly stood the test of time, from their untamed, bluesy beginnings in swingin' London to the changing of the millennium 40 years later.

  • It was during the 1990's that the Rolling Stones proved once and for all that rock "˜n' roll has no boundaries or age limits.

  • The 1980's proved to be the most trying decade the Rolling Stones ever faced. Amidst middle-age, creative conflicts, and solo projects, the Stones almost broke up for good. But the same tensions that nearly shattered the band would also reinvent them.

  • The 1970's was a decade of extremes for the Rolling Stones. They rose to the height of their creative powers, spun downward under stardom's weight and then climbed back up again.

  • The 1960's were a coming of age for the Rolling Stones. Raised in the aftermath of World War II, Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Ian Stewart came together with one common interest - rhythm and blues music.

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