Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese are ready to make some sweet, sweet music together in their upcoming drama, "Vinyl."

HBO released a trailer for the '70s-era show, which debuts sometime in 2016. And it's as wild, crazy, and over-the-top as you'd expect from a collaboration between these two. Bobby Cannavale stars as Richie, a record executive who's trying to save his label as the music industry is going through change. Olivia Wilde plays his actress wife, and Ray Romano is his business partner.
"Vinyl" looks terrific, with lots of great '70s costumes, Cannavale snorting a ton of coke, rockers screaming on stage, audiences dancing in grimy clubs, gunfire and beatings (this is Scorsese, after all), and of course, a little guitar-smashing.

With Scorsese's imprint, and Jagger's influence, plus a pilot script by "Boardwalk Empire" creator Terrence Winter, you had us at the opening riff.

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