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The four members of the Rolling Stones celebrated the band's enduring, half-century career on Thursday, July 12, 2012,  with a nostalgic look back — but also offered a hint about the future. Bandmates Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts joined a star-studded list of guests at the London launch of The Rolling Stones: 50. A free display at the Somerset House opening to the public on Friday, the retrospective photo exhibit (and accompanying book) charts the R&B, blues and soul-inspired rock band's five decades in music, from the group's first official photo shoot to myriad performances at tiny venues to recent massive arena tours. "It's like walking into an old diary," Richards said of the exhibit after having described the band's career as "an incredible adventure." (Photoshot/iPhoto)