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The Raconteurs
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.

Jack White
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.    

Jack White
Ice Station Zebra

Third Man have done pretty well to find another single to release from the album Pitchfork described as "a long, bewildering slog" - the near impossi-listen 'Boarding House Reach'. Yet here it is and it is backed with a track not deemed good enough to even make it on to that endless absurdity.   

Jack White
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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Jack White
Sixteen Saltines

What does it say on that there cover? ‘If you talk too much this man may die!’. Yikes. And who’s the bloke in question … why, it’s none other than Jack White. How did rock’s Willy Wonka manage to get himself in such a predicament? Well, it’s probably something to do with the fact that he keeps doing silly things - things like releasing his Seussian single ‘Sixteen Saltines’ as ‘a playable etching’. And if that wasn’t silly enough he’s only gone and covered U2 on the B-side. Jack, what were you thinking?! Now you’ve gone and got yourself in a right mess. Best we’d better shut up if we want to keep you alive… … Or maybe ... ... la la la la la la la la la la la ... ... oops ...

Jack White
That Black Bat Licorice

Third time’s a charm certainly rings true with Jack White’s third single from new album Lazaretto. That Black Bat Licorice recaptures some of the outlandish skronk and idiosyncratic attitude to the blues that made him so compelling with The White Stripes. B-side features a cover of Harry Connick Jr’s Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There). Out on 7” from Third Man Records of course.

Jack White
Would You Fight For My Love?

Jack White is kinda turning into that guy who crashes on your sofa for a week and refuses to leave, only he'll probably record the moment you lose your temper and release it as part of a spoken word classic for Third Man Records. But yeah, the White Stripe is still here, would you believe: he's got another 7" single courtesy of Lazaretto, fronted by "Would You Fight For My Love?" and complemented by the all new "Parallel".

Jack White
Lazaretto / Power Of My Love

'Lazaretto' is the first single from Jack White's second album, cunningly also called 'Lazaretto', being released on his very own Third Man Records. Why Jack White is writing songs about maritime quarantine stations, only he knows. The track is backed on the flip by exclusive tune 'Power Of My Love'. 

Jack White
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. 

Jack White and The Electric Mayhem
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

Jack White isn’t working with The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather or his own solo backing band on this single. No, here he is playing with The Electric Mayhem, the in house band for The Muppets! Together they perform the Stevie Wonder classic You Are The Sunshine Of My Life: lovely stuff. 7” on White’s Third Man Records.
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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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The White Stripes
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.