Starfucker includes over 120 never-before-seen colour and black and white photos, capturing the the greatest rock n' roll band in history in all their live glory. In the seventies, the Rolling Stones embarked upon their legendary European Tour '76, often known as the "Starfucker" tour, in part due to the extraordinary lotus-shaped stage they played on. During the tour, they set a standard for sheer rock n'roll energy that has yet to be surpassed. There to shoot the rollercoaster at its zenith - the concerts at London's Earls Court Arena - was acclaimed photographer Nobby Clark. The result is captured in this remarkable volume, a timeless photographic document of the Rolling Stones at their peak. Rediscovered 32 years on, these original images of the Stones in action still have the power to draw people in, capturing the raw energy of the Rolling Stones at their live best, and the feverish atmosphere of those Earls Court concerts.