Jack White launches career-spanning interactive timeline

Featuring music, video and more from 1998 to the present day

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Jack White has released an interactive timeline on his website that tells the stories behind each track on his new compilation album, Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016.

You can view the timeline by clicking here.

The timeline begins on October 23, 1998 with “Sugar Never Tasted So Good”, the b-side to the second ever White Stripes 7” single.

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Click here to read the Uncut review of Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016

From there the chronology travels through The White Stripes’ career, showcasing rare live footage like the duo’s first-ever TV performance on Detroit Public Television’s Backstage Pass in May 2000, never-before-seen photos, posters and gig flyers, handwritten lyrics, studio records, and other archival ephemera alongside official videos, remastered audio and TV performances.

The timeline also covers the Raconteurs and White’s solo work.

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