Jack White’s record label, Third Man Records, is selling a new batch of ‘Elephant’ 10th anniversary editions
Jack White is a longtime fan of vinyl records, and now, he’s giving White Stripes fans another chance to snag a vinyl copy of the band’s 10th anniversary edition of “Elephant.” The first run of the anniversary edition of “Elephant” was released on Record Store Day in April, and it went quickly, so White is making the release available via his record label, Third Man Records.
The former White Stripes frontman has announced that the label will be offering up another handful of vinyl reissues of the Detroit-based garage rock band’s seminal 2003 album via the Third Man Records website. The reissue will feature the two-LP release, including alternative radio chart-toppers such as “Seven Nation Army” and “The Hardest Button to Button,” and will cost $25. The set will shop out of the Third Man Records Nashville headquarters on Aug. 27. The vinyl collection will also arrive with a free download card, enabling fans to download the songs on their phones and other digital devices.
The 10th anniversary edition of “Elephant” is currently available for pre-order via the Third Man Records website.
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