White Stripes to release Early Outtakes

Courtesy: Pitchfork
The Third Man Records subscription service the Vault offers exclusive goodies for devout fans of Jack White’s music and label, as previously reported. One of the upcoming offerings is a record featuring alternate versions of the White Stripes’ 1998 debut 7″, “Let’s Shake Hands”, and its B-side, “Look Me Over Closely”.

According to a press release, this is “the first time ever that the band has released any outtakes from any past recordings throughout their 10-year career.” In others words, this is some exclusive shit.
The latest mailout for Platinum subscribers to the Vault also includes a double-LP live album from the Raconteurs and a Dead Weather screen print. Subscriptions to the Vault are open through October 22; interested parties should click here.

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