Third Man Records
wants to take you back to the 90s — more specifically, the White Stripes
' first-ever live show at the Gold Dollar in Detroit on August 14, 1997. In a packaged deal that remains exclusive to the label's Vault members, this offer is set to include a 12" LP of recordings from the night — featuring unique versions of "Screwdriver" and "Lafayette Blues," as well as a cover of The Stooges' "TV Eyes" — and a 7" single from the band's first live performance at an open mic on July 14, 1997, which features raw versions of "St. James Infirmary," "Jimmy the Exploder," and "Love Potion #9." Additionally, the package will include a tote bag featuring the iconic peppermint logo image Jack White designed around the time of the Gold Dollar performances. Can you say "collectors item status?" Snag yours by signing up
for the Vault and pre-ordering the package before July 31.