[url=]THE ROLLING STONES accuse US President GEORGE W BUSH of being “full of sh*t” on their new album.
The track ’Sweet Neo Con’, one of the tracks on the forthcoming ’A Bigger Bang’, was already known to be fiercely anti-Bush.
However, frontman Mick Jagger’s disdain for the American leader has now been confirmed, with [url=]Rolling Stones singer revealing some of the lyrics in an interview with Newsweek.
But the singer has revealed that guitarist Keith Richards, who lives in the US, is a bit worried about the direct nature of the words.
An extract from ’Sweet Neo Con’ features the following lines: “You call yourself a Christian, I call you u a hypocrite/You call yourself a patriot, well I think you’re full of sh*t.”
Jagger said of the track: “It is direct. Keith said: ‘It’s not really metaphorical.’
”I think he’s a bit worried because he lives in the US. But I don’t.”
’A Bigger Bang’ is released on September 5 and is preceded by the single, ’Streets Of Love’ on August 22. The band begin their forthcoming world tour in Boston on August 21.