The Rolling Stones will release a new version of their 1973 album “Goats Head Soup” featuring three unheard tracks, including one starring Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page.

The band announced on Thursday that the release on Sept. 4 will include a four-disc CD and vinyl box set editions that includes 10 bonus tracks, including outtakes and alternative versions.

Page appears on a song called “Scarlet,” and the Stones also released a video for one of the unheard songs, called “Criss Cross.”

THE ROLLING STONES POSTPONE TOUR DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Aug. 5, 2019: Ronnie Wood, from left, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform in East Rutherford, N.J. The Rolling Stones are postponing its 15-city North American tour because of the coronavirus.

Aug. 5, 2019: Ronnie Wood, from left, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform in East Rutherford, N.J. The Rolling Stones are postponing its 15-city North American tour because of the coronavirus. (AP)

“Goats Head Soup" features one of the band's well known acoustic ballads, “Angie."

The news comes just months after the band postponed its "No Filter Tour" because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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The tour, which was originally expected to kick off in San Diego, Calif., on May 8, was set to stop in 15 cities.

Ron Wood, left, and Mick Jagger, of the Rolling Stones perform during the "No Filter" tour at Soldier Field on Friday, June 21, 2019, in Chicago. 

Ron Wood, left, and Mick Jagger, of the Rolling Stones perform during the "No Filter" tour at Soldier Field on Friday, June 21, 2019, in Chicago.  (AP)

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“We’re hugely disappointed to have to postpone the tour. We are sorry to all the fans who were looking forward to it as much as we were, but the health and safety of everyone has to take priority. We will all get through this together -- and we’ll see you very soon," the Stones said in a statement.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.