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Triple Decker Record

14 September 2010 - 03:40 PM

Would you crack it open?


Jack White's the Dead Weather are putting out a new single for their track "Blue Blood Blues". Ho hum. But wait! It's being released in three different versions: a 7" record (with the B-side "Jawbreaker [live]"), a 12" record (with the B-side "No Hassle Night"/"I Just Want to Make Love to You [live]"), and a totally new form of vinyl recording that Jack's calling "the Triple Decker Recordô".

It's basically the "Blue Blood Blues" 12" single... with a 7" record of an unreleased Dead Weather song inside of the 12" record! Only 300 will be available starting September 17-- go to the Third Man site for more info.

If you, too, are slightly confused by this innovation, please watch Jack White explain his newfangled old school/new school technology in a tutorial video linked in article

TMR Misprints?

27 August 2010 - 06:21 PM

When they announced the Conan pre-sale in June, I placed a pretty big order w/TMR.   A total of 14 7 inchers, and 2 12's (Dex & Conan live)  Because they were waiting for the Conan album to be pressed, it took until today for the shipment to get here.  Totally understandable.

One oddity though, is that my copy of TMR029 (Karen Elson 7") has a B-Side label on both sides.  Has anyone else seen a mislabeling, or misprint like this?  I also noticed that in many places Jack is credited as "Jack White" or "Jack White III"  I don't see a pattern to it, wonder if it may even change across pressings.

Anyways, just interested to see if anyone else has anything like this come their way from TMR.

14 year old kid builds guitar

16 August 2010 - 03:18 PM


Awesome article


05 July 2010 - 10:47 AM

In Jack's response to those complaining about clipping on Sea of Cowards he said

If you listen to the cd of icky thump or sea of cowards on nice mcintosh amps and b and w speakers and still think its clipping, give us a call.

Which got me thinking, what are the folks who love this music enough to be on here (The proverbial 1%'ers) listening on?  If you are a vault member, you have a turntable, and some speakers, etc.  So what does your audio setup look like?


Nashville venues

02 July 2010 - 02:32 PM

I'm going to be in Nashville (well, actually Franklin... Who lives in that town again?) from the 25th through 30th this month, and was wondering if anyone could recommend some venues or bands worth checking out.

I'm also compiling a list of record shops, here is what I have so far:

Phonoluxe Records Music 2609 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211-2216(615) 259-3500‎

Groove 103 South 11th Street, Nashville, TN 37206-2936(615) 228-2745‎

Lawrence Record Shop 409 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203-3930(615) 256-9240‎

Great Escape 1925 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203-2742(615) 327-0646‎

Great Escape 2 (wider selection than down town)
111 Gallatin Pike N
Madison, TN 37115

Ernest Tubb Record Shop 417 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203-3963(615) 255-7503‎

Grimey's New & Preloved Music 1604 8th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203-5061(615) 254-4801‎

Third Man Records 623 7th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203-4601(615) 891-4393‎

Loveless Cafe - Breakfast.

Thanks all!