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Published: 2017/06/19

Third Man Records Announces Tenth Anniversary Reissue of The White Stripes’ Icky Thump

The latest Vault package from Third Man Records will celebrate the tenth anniversary of The White Stripes’ Icky Thump, what would be their final record before disbanding.

The package includes a deluxe, colored vinyl of the album featuring remastered audio, pressed at their newly opened Third Man Pressing in Detroit. Additionally, the record will come with a companion b-sides featuring live covers (Hank Williams’ “Tennessee Border”) as well as alternate versions of songs like “You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told).” Elsewhere on the Icky Thump Extras release will be the Beck-produced “It’s My Fault for Being Famous.”

Possibly the most coveted audio in the band’s history will be unveiled as The Red Demos will come to life. The songs are drawn from an early recording session featuring skeleton versions of the final Icky Thump tracks. This mark the first ever release of the instrumental track “Monkeys Have It Easy,” a title teased in the original Icky Thump press release.

Additional features of the massive package include an exclusive polaroid photo book as well as mystery art prints by Rob Jones, a pin set and more.

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