The White Stripes Reissuing Debut Album for 20th Anniversary

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The White Stripes’ Meg White and Jack White, March 2001 (Gie Knaeps/Getty Images)
The White Stripes’ Meg White and Jack White, March 2001 (Gie Knaeps/Getty Images)

Jack White’s Third Man Records is reissuing the White Stripesself-titled debut for its 20th anniversary. THE WHITE STRIPES XX is accessible as a part of Third Man’s Vault subscription service.

The assortment, newly blended by Jack White at Nashville’s Third Man Studios, contains beforehand unheard outtakes from the recording of The White Stripes, an LP capturing a reside present in Raleigh, a DVD of two 1999 performances in Michigan, and a 24-page booklet of archival materials. Above, hear a beforehand unreleased outtake of the White Stripes overlaying Burt Bacharach’s “My Little Red Book.”

The deadline to sign up for Vault Package #42: THE WHITE STRIPES XX is October 31 at 12 a.m. Central.

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