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Rolling Stone to release archive
The 3-D cover is in the style of the Beatles' Sgt Pepper sleeve
The 3-D cover graced the 1,000th issue of the magazine
Iconic US magazine Rolling Stone will release its entire printed history on DVD to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

It will be called, Rolling Stone Cover-to-Cover: The First 40 Years, and will cost $119.99 (59.89).

Fans will be able to search for every article, photograph and review that has ever appeared in print.

Three 40th anniversary issues will be published which include interviews with artists such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Martin Scorsese and Sir Mick Jagger.

Last year, the magazine released a glitzy 3-D cover that graced the 1,000th issue.

It featured a pastiche of the Beatles' Sgt Pepper album sleeve - celebrating the great and the good from the past 40 years of pop music and culture.

It was first published in 1967 by founder and owner Jann Wenner, who continues to run the magazine.

It soon evolved into an influential cultural and political journal which commissioned some of the most talented writers in the country.

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