The Rolling Stones is releasing a career-spanning special edition vinyl set that includes all of the band's albums since 1971.

Collector's Special

The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016 will feature 15-albums on a brand-new heavyweight, 180-gram black vinyl. Each album, sourced from the original master tapes, was also remastered and cut at half-speed in Abbey Road Studios.

Each collection will also have a unique numbered certificate of authenticity, detailed artwork reproductions of each LP, and a few other surprises. In addition, the vinyl collection will also offer download codes for high-quality digital versions of the albums.

The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016 will officially come out on June 15, but preorders are now available via uDiscoverMusic's online store. The entire collection costs £370 or around $515.

Here is the list of the albums included in the vinyl collection:

Sticky Fingers (1971)

Exile On Main St (1972)

Goats Head Soup (1973)

It's Only Rock'nRoll (1974)

Black And Blue (1976)

Some Girls (1978)

Emotional Rescue (1980)

Tattoo You (1981)

Undercover (1983)

Dirty Work (1986)

Steel Wheels (1986)

Voodoo Lounge (1994)

Bridges To Babylon (1997)

A Bigger Bang (2005)

Blue & Lonesome (2016)

New Music And 'No Filter' Tour

Meanwhile, the Rolling Stones frontman and lyricist Mick Jagger is reportedly in the process of making the band's next album. In a recent interview, the 74-year-old shared to The Independent that he is currently writing a new material.

"I'm just writing. It is mostly for the Stones at the moment. I'm just writing," the singer stated. "I don't really think about what I have written, much. I just keep ploughing forward, really."

The British music icons are heading on a major a stadium tour across the United Kingdom and Europe. The "No Filter" tour will kickoff on May 17 at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland with special guest The Academic.

Meanwhile, former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher, Florence + The Machine, The Vaccines, James Bay, and Richard Ashcroft have signed up to open for the band's London, Southampton, Coventry, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Cardiff performances.

Fans can now purchase tickets via the Rolling Stones' official website.