The band will re-release a re-mastered version of their 1978 album Some Girls ahead of their 50th anniversary in 2012.
The repackaged set will come in digital, deluxe and super-deluxe editions and be released on November 21.
Some Girls has been certified six times platinum in the US and gold in the UK. It spawned one of their greatest hits, 'Miss You', which reached number three on the UK singles chart and number one on the US Hot 100 back in the late '70s.
Some Girls was also the album that cemented guitarist Ronnie Wood's position in the band after he joined the Stones three years prior to its release in 1975.
The re-mastered material has been re-worked by producer Don Was. Further information on what each edition will contain will be revealed at a later date.
Fans of the rock band have been expecting the group to embark on a world tour in 2012 to celebrate their 50-year-long career.
However, the band have yet to announce any tour plans. Tensions between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have been widely reported, after Richards spoke of Jagger candidly in his recent book.
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Watch the music video for 'Miss You' below: