Legendary Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has been at work for many months forming a new "supergroup" that he thinks will revolutionize the meaning of that word. This new band was put together with five of the most talented musicians on the planet and it was done in a total cloak of secrecy. It took meetings across four continents and even one aboard a luxury yacht.

This new band call SuperHeavy has put together a new album. It's member are: Jagger, Joss Stone, Dave Stewart, Damian Marley (son of reggae legend Bob Marley) and and Indian-born Oscar-winning writer AR Rahman. How do five famous musicians do a project like this and keep it a secret for so long? Jagger explains that it's relatively easy if you use fake names when you go into recording studios. Mick booked studio time using the alias "Mr. Gibson". London's U.K. mail tells us more.