01. The Stone Roses - "I Wanna Be Adored" 02. Kanye West - "I Am a God (feat. God)" 03. Nine Inch Nails - "Closer" 04. The Beatles - "Run For Your Life" 05. Jack White - "Love Interruption" 06. Future - "Lie To Me" 07. The Mountain Goats - "There Will Be No Divorce" 08. Show More Summary
Requested by Type • Compiled by HeyHoras 01. The Stone Roses - “I Wanna Be Adored” 02. Kanye West - “I Am a God (feat. God)” 03. Nine Inch Nails - “Closer” 04. The Beatles - “Run For Your Life” 05. Jack White - “Love Interruption” 06. Show More Summary
Long gone are the days when Jack White wasn't launching vinyl into outer space and defending Tidal to the death, but, hey, at least dude gets sentimental sometimes. White has announced he's releasing a collection of acoustic rarities spanning from 1998 to 2016, featuring different versions of familiar songs as ... More »
The 26-song collection is due out Sept. 9.
Jack White has just announced a collection of acoustic recordings spanning his entire career — from 1998 – 2016 — that will be out next month. The double LP/CD will feature 26 tracks of remastered alternate versions/mixes, B-sides, and an unreleased recording from the White Stripes. The previously unheard White Stripes track is “City Lights,” […]
Listen to "City Lights", the first commercially available new material from The White Stripes since 2008.
Jack White has announced a career-spanning new release: Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, out September 9 on double CD, double LP, and digitally via Third Man/Columbia. As the title suggests, it’s a 26-track compilation that features album...Show More Summary
[In 1973] Jack White, a 31-year-old suburban reporter for the Providence Journal-Bulletin, broke the biggest story of his career. While big-time reporters prowled Washington for details about President Nixon's taxes, White covered small-town politics and high-society events as manager of his paper's bureau in Newport, R.I. Show More Summary
Jack White now has claim to a scientific achievement: he led the project to launch a vehicle that played the first vinyl record in space. The high-tech record player cleared our atmosphere to broadcast “A Glorious Dawn,” from Carl Sagan’s famous TV series Cosmos.
Earlier this week, Jack White and his Third Man Records announced plans for something big: They’re going to be the first people to play a record in space. This is just the latest in a long line of stunts by Third Man and White, who at this point might as well be called the Willy Wonka of records. Show More Summary
Nashville, Tennessee-based Third Man Records – which was founded by The White Stripes’ Jack White and has released works by Wanda Jackson, Laura Marling and Cold War Kids – went all out to celebrate it’s seventh anniversary over the weekend, by launching the first vinyl played in space – or rather, the edge of space, to be precise. Show More Summary
A device capable of playing a record while in flight was successfully launched into space earlier this month and now the man behind the project, rocker Jack White, is sharing the results. SEE ALSO: SpaceX lands another rocket in Florida...Show More Summary
The Nashville rocker played Carl Sagan’s “A Glorious Dawn” at an altitude of 94,413 feet above Earth.
For their latest stunt, Jack White’s Third Man Records are planning on “making vinyl history” by playing the first record in space. In celebration of the label’s seventh anniversary and their three millionth record pressed, they’re launching a gold-plated 12? master of Carl Sagan’s “A Glorious Dawn” into space on the Icarus Craft, a custom-built […]
Today, Jack White and Third Man Records will attempt to make history. They’re attempting to play the first phonographic record in space. As previously announced, they'll launch a “space-proof” turntable in a vessel dubbed “the Icarus Craft,” which is attached to a high-altitude balloon. Show More Summary
What's so good? Three million records and seven years later, Jack White's Third Man Records is launching a "space proof" turntable into space, strapped to a balloon. July 30th will see the launch, coupled with events at the label's stores in Nashville and Detroit. Who knew Jack White was so Elon Musky? Well, hold up. Show More Summary
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A decade before Jack White had been known for revitalizing blues infused rock and roll of generations past with the White Stripes, Rich Robinson had been doing such torch bearing as part of the Black Crowes. With the release of 1990’s...Show More Summary