Check out these great images of the Stones' 1972 tour - infamous for it's misbehaviour.
The US Tour of 1972 will always be remembered as what made the Rolling Stones the hard-rocking, hard-living band of legend.
Showing that the Stones' bad boy reputation was not just marketing a fair amount of physical conflict surrounded the tour.
It started with the first show of the tour, on 3 June in Vancouver, British Columbia, where 31 policemen were treated for injuries when more than 2,000 fans attempted to crash the Pacific Coliseum. In San Diego on 13 June there were 60 arrests and 15 injured during disturbances.
In Tucson, Arizona on 14 June, an attempt by 300 youths to storm the gates led to police using tear gas.
Here’s the best bit. Unable to secure a hotel to their standard in Chicago, the group decamped in Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion.
There the band engaged in what has been described by most sources as a four day orgy, that was only interrupted by the occasional performance.