The White Stripes to release deluxe box set of Icky Thump

The coloured double-LP set will be released as part of the Vault subscription series

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The White Stripes are to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their 2007 album Icky Thump with a deluxe box set.

Titled Icky Thump X, the coloured double-vinyl set will come with 12″ reissues of the album’s nine B-sides, including alternate versions of album tracks and covers of Hank Williams and Bill Carter and the Rovin Gamblers.

The set will also come with a collection of pre-album demos (“The Red Demos”), a photo book, an art print by album cover designer Rob Jones and decorative pins.

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Icky Thump X released as part of Third Man’s Vault subscription series; you can find more information by clicking here.

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