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The White Stripes - The Hardest Button to Button/St. Ides Of March


Label:

Third Man Records

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
ATMR 264
UPC: 813547020628
Availability:
Back Ordered
Category:

7 inch Vinyl




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Black vinyl single from The White Stripe's 2003 album Elephant

Remastered from the original analog sources

Soft-touch coated sleeves

From the 19th installment of Third Man Records' "Vault" subscription series comes invidual black vinyl editions of the four singles from the White Stripes' 2003 album Elephant: "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."

These singles feature badass non-album b-sides, three of which are covers of songs from some of Detroit's turn-of-the-millenium best and brightest (Brendan Benson, Jason Falkner, Dan Miller (Blanche), Soledad Brothers) and one of which is a live White Stripes medley of "I Fought Piranhas" and "Let's Build A Home," recorded at New York's legendary Electric Lady Studios.

The sleeves for these singles were made using a process called "soft touch aqueous coating," according to Third Man Records, which means that they feel like "a hybrid between rubber and lambskin."



Side 1
The Hardest Button To Button

Side 2
St. Ideas Of March

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