Early White Stripes rarities to be released from ‘The Vault’

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Rare versions of songs recorded during The White Stripes‘ first ever recording session are to be released by Jack White‘s Third Man Records this month.

Studio outtakes of the duo’s 1998 single “Let’s Shake Hands” and the B-side “Look Me Over Closely” are to be made available to ‘Vault’ subscribers – the online service set up by White.

The package will also include an exclusive vinyl album ‘The Raconteurs, Live In London’ and a Dead Weather screen print.

Registration for this release is open until October 22, at Thirdmanrecords.com/vault

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