Mick JaggerThe Rolling StonesSingle Release

Undercover Of The Night

1 Nov, 1983

The band releases their song, Undercover Of The Night, from the album, Undercover. Jagger:

I’m not saying I nicked it, but this song was heavily influenced by William Burroughs’ Cities Of The Red Night, a free-wheeling novel about political and sexual repression. It combines a number of different references to what was going down in Argentina and Chile. I think it’s really good but it wasn’t particularly successful at the time because songs that deal overtly with politics never are that successful, for some reason.

The Rolling Stones - Undercover Of The Night - OFFICIAL PROMO (EXPLICIT)

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