The Rolling Stones have become the latest artists to team up with Starbucks, releasing an album of rare tracks which will be sold in its stores in the US and Canada. The album, called Rarities:1971-2003, will be released next month with Virgin Records. Last month HMV in Canada briefly boycotted Bob Dylan after the singer signed an exclusive deal with Starbucks. Dylan’s back catalogue was been removed from shelves in response the news that Starbucks had bought the rights to sell a new CD, Live At Gaslight 1962, exclusively through its outlets.