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When the Rolling Stones went on the road for the first time in 1962, they called it "the Training Ground Tour." Now fifty years later, that tentativeness is long since gone, and now two hundred million albums laters, the Stones and lead singer Mick Jagger have settled back into permanent fame. For half a century, the pillow-lipped pouter and his Glimmer Twin Keith Richards have been making headlines. Now knighted, Jagger is certain to be on front pages again, thanks to Christopher Andersen's eyebrow-raising biography, which bristles with new revelations about Sir Mick's bisexual exploits, drug use, connections with the Royal Family, and, of course, his ongoing feud with longtime frenemy Richards. Headed for bestseller lists.