The official promo video for the Rolling Stones 1983 single "Undercover Of The Night". The track lead single off the album Undercover Of The Night, and was composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. The song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals, Keith Richards on guitar and background vocals, Charlie Watts on drums, Ronnie Wood on guitar and background vocals, Bill Wyman on bass guitar. The track was produced by Chris Kimsey and the Glimmer Twins. The video was directed by filmmaker Julien Temple who also directed the promo videos "Highwire", "She Was Hot", "Too Much Blood" and "Sex Drive", as well as the feature film Stones At The Max. Temple also directed the feature films Absolute Beginners, starring David Bowie, and Sex Pistols film The Great Rock N Roll Swindle. Buy "Undercover Of The Night" on iTunes: "Undercover Of The Night" (Full length version) Undercover on iTunes

24 thoughts on “The Rolling Stones – Undercover Of The Night – OFFICIAL PROMO (EXPLICIT)

  1. Golden age MTV jam and video from The Sones. Showing the new wave bands who help start rock n’ roll as we know it. Always kept up with the times and still stayed The Rolling Stones.

  2. yep. According to Pop-Up Video, Keith Richards was enthralled with the gunplay, since he liked Roy Rogers. as for the video itself, this marked Mick’s last time acting until 1992’s Freejack.

  3. True, after Tattoo You they weren’t the same. That was also the last tour with Ian "Stu" Stewart on keyboards and the last under the Atlantic label in North America. They have had some good stuff in the 80s, 90s and 21st Century but not as good.

  4. I agree with you, mostly. Oddly enough, I do like this song, but not much else after the Tattoo You LP. I think they hit their peak then.

  5. this is the original video that was banned in the US

  6. Great song. Great video. Gorgeous girl on the couch. Love her.

  7. 素晴らしいぜ!50年もずっと一緒でいられたなんて、狂ってるとしか言いようがないぜ!Yeah!50years Rock’n Roll!

  8. 30 years on and still people ask if the myth that the Stones gave a private gig for Pablo Escobar and the Medellin drug cartel in Colombia did really take place.

  9. HAPPY 50th GUYS!! My fave tune of their’s..makes me wish I can see them again some day in concert!

  10. Love the tracks and videos from same named Album. Remember playing at poolside at an absolutely Beautiful place in December 1983.Had sent back the Robe. I had been very Bad. I’m Sorry for that and not listening. Love:-) 🙂 🙂

  11. With the exception of "Start Me Up" of course, which was from ’81. "Harlem Shuffle" is from ’86, and while not a personal favorite it was and still is popular. But yes, not much in the past 25 years or so is going to live on like their earlier work. I personally like Voodoo Lounge and Bridges To Babylon, but even as a supporter of those albums I realize nothing on them is going to be remembered quite like their 60’s and 70’s stuff.

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