Third Man Records announced details for their latest Vault package which, as always, is packed with unique limited edition vinyl. Vault Package 30 includes:
--A recording of the Raconteurs' first live show in the U.S., captured April 7th, 2006. The release is pressed on transparent vinyl with brown streaks.
--Jack White/White Stripes double A-side single features White's "Love Is The Truth" acoustic mix, with the recently unearthed/completed White Stripes "City Lights" on the flip. Pressed on transparent vinyl with blue and red streaks.
--Parts Unknown: Nashville City Lights -- a live album recorded in Nashville during the filming of Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown featuring music from the Dead Weather, The Kills, and William Tyler. Pressed on transparent vinyl with blue streaks.
--A nifty Third Man Records pennant
The deadline to sign up to receive Vault Package 30 is October 31st. Details are posted here.
Meanwhile the White Stripes reunited to share their disdain for Donald Trump who recently used the band's anthem "Seven Nation Army" as part of his campaign. The band distanced themselves from Trump in an official statement on the matter yesterday, and today they unveiled a new item in their webstore -- an "Icky Trump" t-shirt. The shirt is available to pre-order from the Third Man webstore and ships on October 12th.
Published October 6th, 2016