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Jack White reveals world's fastest record song 'Lazaretto' – listen

Plus, tracklisting for new solo album confirmed

Jack White has shared the record-breaking song 'Lazaretto', aka the world's fastest record. See above to listen now.

The track was recorded by White on Record Store Day (April 19) at his Third Man studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Recorded straight to vinyl, the masters were then rushed over to United Record Pressing plant in Nashville, which began pressing the 45s before they were delivered back to hundreds of fans queuing outside Third Man, some of whom had queued all night to be there. Read a full report here.

White[/a] will release his new solo album, also 'Lazaretto', on June 9. White's second solo album is the follow up to his 2012 debut 'Blunderbuss' and will be released by White's own label Third Man and XL Recordings.

The full tracklisting for the album has now been revealed and is as follows:

'Three Women'
'Lazaretto'
'Temporary Ground'
'Would You Fight For My Love?'
'High Ball Stepper'
'Just One Drink'
'Alone In My Home'
'Entitlement'
'That Black Bat Licorice'
'I Think I Found The Culprit'
'Want And Able'


Jack White will play a one-off UK date at London's Eventim Apollo on July 5, following his headline set at Open'er Festival in Gdynia, Poland the previous evening. This is White's second scheduled appearance in the UK this summer, and will come after he plays Glastonbury Festival in June.

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