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Out of Control (The Rolling Stones song)

"Out of Control"
B-side "Out of Control" (remixes)
Released August 17, 1998
Format CD
Genre Rock
Length 4:48
Label Virgin
Writer(s) Jagger/Richards
Producer Don Was & The Glimmer Twins
The Rolling Stones singles chronology

"Saint of Me"
(1998)
"Out of Control"
(1998)
"Don't Stop"
(2002)

"Out of Control" was the third single from the Rolling Stones album Bridges to Babylon. Credited to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it was their second and final single of 1998.[1]

It was performed during their Bridges to Babylon Tour supporting the album. (Jagger/Richards)

Out Of Control was "inspired" by the Temptations song "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" and there's an as yet unreleased 10 minute remix which combines both songs.

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