The Rolling Stones "Schoolboy Blues" (found unreleased explicit version of song; 1970)
The Rolling Stones is a British rock band formed in 1962. Fronted by Mick Jagger, the group has had a heavy influence on music throughout the 1960s and the 1970s and has frequently been ranked among the greatest acts of all time.
In 1970, the group decided to leave Decca Records in 1970 and start their own label, Rolling Stones Records. However, they were required to record one more single in order to fulfill their contract, so the Stones cut the explicit "Schoolboy Blues" as their last Decca effort. It was alternatively titled "C---sucker Blues" (also the name of a lost 1970s Rolling Stones documentary) due to the chorus, which goes: "Oh, where can I get my c--- sucked?/Where can I get my a-- f---ed?/I may have no money/But I know where to put it every time."
Due to the profanity contained in the aforementioned chorus, Decca decided against using the song to continue profiting from the group. In some sort of accident, "Schoolboy Blues" was released via the Germany-exclusive, four-LP The Rest of the Best box set in 1983, only to be pulled and reissued sans the offending track four weeks later. Many years since then, with the creation of the Internet and subsequent bootlegging of the track, "Schoolboy/C---sucker Blues" has inevitably appeared on torrent sites and YouTube.
- Cracked.com article, featuring an entry on the band's exit from Decca. Retrieved 6 May '15