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Ah Jack and Meg White. The not brother and sister duo who made up the White Stripes. They emerged as black, red and white-clad unknowns out of a Detroit backwater almost single handedly sparking the garage-rock revival and left several years later wi...read more »

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The White Stripes
Lord Send Me An Angel / You're Pretty Good Looking For a Girl (Trendy American Remix)

Back before Jack White took it upon himself to be The Most Serious Man In The World he was actually quite funny. Case in point - this 2000 single from The White Stripes and its ‘Trendy American Mix’ of De Stijl highlight ‘You’re Pretty Good Looking (For A Girl)’. It’s the same song, but White’s vocals have been hyper-autotuned in a manner that transcends its novelty value and becomes actually just good. The other side of this 7”, originally put out as a Stripes tour single and now reissued by Third Man, is a cover of Blind Willie McTell’s ‘Lord Send Me An Angel’.
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Help Us Stranger

After more than a decade away (and by away we mean separately playing constantly in many various other groups), The Raconteurs unite for a third studio album, Help Us Stranger. With Brendan Benson and Jack White at the core, the group’s Nashville recording sessions yielded a rich bounty of rock, drawing on blues, soul, funk and country for a tasty all-American album. Help Us Stranger is released by White’s Third Man Records.
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Over and Over and Over

If you couldn't face delving into Jack's Boarding House Reach folly then never fear. Here you can listen to it's only listenable moment without having to wade through the other bits. There's a spoken word piece on the flip which gives you a taste of the sort of ridiculous music you can expect from the album.    

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I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself / Who's To Say

Two covers here, actually: while this 7" project offers one White Stripes single plus one White Stripes cover, "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" was originally written by Burt Bacharach and familiarized by a soft, serenely romantic adaptation by way of Dusty Springfield. There's the Stripes' pretty raw, half-punx version on here, plus "Who's To Say", originally Blanche's. 

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The Complete John Peel Sessions

The best place to witness the White Stripes in their early days was probably in a sweaty underground club. next best was a live and raw radio session and as usual legendary DJ John Peel was ahead of the curve and championed the duo by way of a series of Peel Sessions. This release collects the lot on a double LP which is stuffed to the gills full of self-penned classics such as Hotel Yorba and We're Going to Be Friends and a host of covers. The duo captured at their rawest and live-est.    

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Connected By Love / Respect Commander

Jack White continues ploughing his solo furrow with a new single on his Nashville-based Third Man label. It’s a double A-sided affair containing the tracks Connected By Love and Respect Commander. A new album will follow at some point in the not too distant future and Jack White has already alerted us to the fact that it’s ‘bizarre’. 7” single on Third Man.
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Seven Nation Army /Good To Me

You know that song with the riff? I've heard it's a pretty good riff. "Seven Nation Army" is perhaps the most iconic White Stripes song there is, responsible for Jack White thinking many great things of himself, and this 7" pronounces that greatness, plus a b-side called "Good To Me", a cover by way of Brendan Benson. The riff is in tact. It has not been removed from the song. We still have the riff.

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Lets Shake Hands

Back to where it all began. The Let’s Shake Hands 7” is the first thing ever released by a certain White Stripes, and it laid down the gauntlet in style. ‘Let’s Shake Hands’ and ‘Look Me Over Closely’ are raw garage-punk wheezes of the kind that would be all over their debut LP. The fact that the latter was originally performed by Marlene Dietrich introduces that element of Weimar surrealism that Jack and Meg were so good at in the early days. This here edition is a Third Man reissue.
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Boarding House Reach

Jack is back. First new album for four years for the former White Stripes polymath. This time he holed himself up in an apartment and let his creativity run wild. Boarding House Reach explores rock and roll, punk, electro, gospel and everything in between. A tour de force of his abilities to experiment and surprise. 

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Merry Christmas From...

Originally cut in 1998 for a Flying Bomb Records Christmas single, The White Stripes’ ‘Candy Cane Children’ was reissued first in 2002 and then again in 2011 by (among other labels) Jack White’s own Third Man. This is the latter reissue that we’re dealing with here. ‘Candy Cane Children’ is the kind of rawer-than-raw garage-blues stomp that Jack and Meg built their empire on. The Merry Christmas From… B-sides find the duo getting a bit more festive - Meg sings ‘Silent Night’ while Jack reads from the Bible. God bless us, every one.
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There's No Home For You Here / I Fought Piranhas

The White Stripes invite you to remember a time when they released killer singles and existed as a band and whatnot; that time had something to do with an Elephant, if I recall, and "There's No Home For You Here" is invited along in the crew of 7"s that seeks to canonize their best moment. Comes with a b-side known as "I Fought Piranhas".

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The Hardest Button To Button / St. Ides Of March

The White Stripes remember a time when they released a shittonne of impressive singles, each on the classic Elephant. "The Hardest Button to Button" is counterpointed by "St. Ideas of March" on the flip, a cover of the Solded Brothers. A nice way to commemorate one of the best pop/garage rock bands that ever did feature Jack White.

Jack White
Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016

Here’s the opportunity for a different angle on the busy career of Jack White. While White is usually electrified, these are Jack White Acoustic Recordings, and they span his whole career to date, from 1998 White Stripes material to 2016 solo material. Includes some real deep cuts to delight the serious White fan. All audio has been remastered.

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Elephant

Elephant was the big one for Detroit blues rock duo the White Stripes following on the pretty big in itself White Blood Cells. They decamped to the all analogue Toe Rag studios in London to record it in all old fashioned stylee and came out with a masterpiece. Everyone with ears has heard if not sung along to its opening track Seven Nation Army but the remainder of the album is pretty good too.  
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Hotel Yorba (Live At Hotel Yorba)

The original release of Hotel Yorba lit the blue touch paper for The White Stripes career. The single was released when XL licensed the White Blood Cells album from Sympathy For The Record Industry. The song was their first to hit the UK Top 40, reaching no.26. Hotel Yorba is reissued on 7” vinyl through Third Man.
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Fell In Love With A Girl

Fell In Love With A Girl was the second single to be released from White Blood Cells, The White Stripes third album. Following on from the success of Hotel Yorba, Fell In Love With A Girl reached No 21 in the UK charts and featured an animated Lego video directed by Michel Gondry. Fell In Love With A Girl is reissued on 7” vinyl through Third Man.
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The White Stripes

The White Stripes debut album was originally released in 1999. The album was produced by Jack White and fellow Detroit musician Jim Diamond, the bass player with The Dirtbombs. As well as original material, the album features some covers including Robert Johnson’s Stop Breaking Down, which was also covered by The Rolling Stones on Exile On Main Street and Bob Dylan’s One More Cup Of Coffee.   The White Stripes is available on vinyl LP on Jack White’s own Third Man label.

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Lafayette Blues

Anyone wanting to get their hands on an original copy of The White Stripes’ Lafayette Blues 7” will likely be disappointed - there are few in existence, and when one comes on the market they shift for mega-money. Fortunately Third Man have had the neat idea of reissuing the single at a far more modest price. The title track is a classic early Stripes stomp - thumping kick drum, a guitar that seems about to Hulk out at any moment, and a back-and-forth shouting match between Jack and Meg. You’ll likely know B-Side ‘Sugar Never Tasted So Good’ from its appearance on the group’s eponymous debut LP.
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White Blood Cells

White Blood Cells was the third album by brother/sister duo (whaaaat? hang on...no) ok from ex couple duo Jack and Meg White as the White Stripes. After their two previous albums started making waves across the sweaty clubs of the UK this was the first one to really break through and features such future classics as Hotel Yorba and Fell In Love With A Girl. Still sounding as fresh as a daisy, it's a further reminder that Jack White's music was so much better when constricted by Meg's rudimentary but intuitive drumming.  

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Dead Leaves & Dirty Ground

Dead Leaves and The Dirty ground was the third single to be released from The White Stripes third album White Blood Cells. The track opened the 2001 breakthrough album which was originally released on the Sympathy For The Record Industry label. Dead Leaves and The Dirty Ground is reissued on 7” vinyl and CD through Third Man.
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Get Behind Me Satan

Get Behind Me Satan was the fifth album by The White Stripes. It was originally released in 2005. It saw Jack White change his approach ever so slightly - the were the typical White Stripes numbers such as My Doorbell and Blue Orchid, but there was also the occasional stripped-back ballad that featured piano and even marimba, where previously only guitar and drums would have tread.

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Under Great White Northern Lights

Here is the LP of the songs from the documentary film of the same name following the White Stripes as they trudged across Canada on a kind of farewell tour (they'd split up for good the following year). You get a host of Jack White originals and the usual grab bag of covers closing with 'Seven Nation Army' naturally. A nice document of their potent live power. 
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De Stijl

'De Stijl' was the second album from Detroit area garage rock and blues revivalists the White Stripes. It showcases perfectly their early raw power as they rattle through a host of Jack White originals and the odd blues cover (one by Son House naturally). It was the album that came just as they were reaching the first flushes of success and led to Jack White closing his upholstery shop for good. Next stop was 'White Blood Cells' and international fame.