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Third Man Records are to release The White Stripes: Live At The Gold Dollar, Vol. III featuring a live performance from early 1999.

The show took place at Detroit bar the Gold Dollar – the site of many early, historic gigs by the band – on Saturday February 6, 1999; shortly after they finished the tracking of their debut album.

This release forms part of the label’s Vault series.


The tracklisting for The White Stripes: Live At The Gold Dollar, Vol. III is:

Broken Bricks
Jimmy The Exploder
The Big Three Killed My Baby
Stop Breaking Down (Robert Johnson)
Suzy Lee
Let’s Build A Home
Sugar Never Tasted So Good
Little People
One More Cup Of Coffee (Bob Dylan)
Astro (first live performance)
Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
Wasting My Time
Red Bowling Ball Ruth
Cannon/John the Revelator/Grinnin’ in Your Face (Son House)
Let’s Shake Hands

The full Vault Package includes a newly mixed recording of the live set on blood red vinyl alongside reproductions of flyers Jack White created for the event, a handwritten set list, glossy photos and a seven-inch from the Dead Weather single series: “Impossible Winner” and “Mile Markers”.

The package is available to subscribers who sign up before October 31.

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