White Stripes Vinyl Singles Getting Release via Third Man Records’ Vault Series


Story by Cat Badra

Jack White is releasing limited-edition, colored seven-inch vinyl recordings of White Stripes tracks

White Stripes fans may want to look into becoming members of Jack White’s Third Man Records subscription series, The Vault. The 19th installment of the series will feature a selection of limited edition, colored seven-inch vinyl recordings of various tracks from the White Stripes.

The set offers remastered versions of some of the White Stripes’ most popular singles, including “Seven Nation Army” and “The Hardest Button to Button,” as well as “I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself” and “There’s No Home for You Here” off 2003’s “Elephant.” The vinyl set also includesa live version of the White Stripes performing “I Fought Piranhas” and “Let’s Build a Home,” plus as well as a number of B-sides by from Detroit-based artists who were big in 2003, including Brendan Benson, Jason Falkner, Blanche and the Soledad Brothers.

The Vault’s 19th installment is available to all subscribing members through Jan. 31. Those who don’t pick up the set will still have a chance to purchase the songs, as the singles are slated to be released one-by-one sometime this year.



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