By Leah Greenblatt
Updated April 20, 2010 at 04:24 PM EDT
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Image Credit: Robert Knight Archive/Getty ImagesThis past weekend’s third annual Record Store Day—established to support the venerable 20th-century practice of paying genuine U.S. currency for physically tangible vinyl at a brick-and-mortar location— brought a host of treats, including remastered Beatles material, a rare Smashing Pumpkins live show, and countless one-offs from the stars of independent music.

It also brought a little something from a certain shaggy-haired foursome, circa 1972: the previously unreleased B-side “Plundered My Soul,” released as a single for RSD in the U.K., and soon to be included on a remastered deluxe reissue and box set of the band’s legendary double album Exile on Main Street. Stream it after the jump:

“Plundered” is one of ten or so new extra Exile songs on the way; others, according to the New York Times, include “Following the River,” “Dancing in the Light,” and “Pass the Wine.”

As EW reported last month, Jimmy Fallon will also be featuring an Exile tribute week on Late Night beginning May 10; Phish are the first participating band to be announced. So what do you think, fans—does “Plundered” rip this joint, or is it merely a leftover turd on the run?

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