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White Stripes Are Reissuing Four Vinyl Singles From Elephant

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Third Man Records announced the latest package from the vault: it's all of the singles from the classic White Stripes album Elephant. They'll be issued both as limited edition color vinyl, and a regular black vinyl version (that will be kept in print forever. The songs are "Seven Nation Army," "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself," "The Hardest Button to Button" and "There's No Home For You Here." All of the b-sides will include "covers of some of Detroit's most pre-eminent artists in 2003."

The limited edition package will be offered until Jan. 31.


The announcement reads "For our 19th installment of the Vault, we're doing something we've never done before. Something that Vault members have been clamoring for…the exclusive, limited, colored vinyl edition of a record. As you probably know, TMR tries to release a limited version of every record we do. That limited edition is usually available only at certain locations or stores, while the black vinyl version is kept in print forever."


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