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The White Stripes to give first three albums vinyl reissue

All three LPs will be released on November 30

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The White Stripes have announced details of the vinyl reissue of their first three albums.

Due out on November 30, versions of their 1999 self titled debut, 2000's 'De Stijl' and 2001's 'White Blood Cells' will be released through Jack White's Third Man Records.

Out of print on vinyl since 2005, the reissues have been pressed on 180-gram vinyl and have been mastered from the original analog master tapes.

Limited edition split-colour red and white editions of all three LPs will also be available. The first to be released is 'The White Stripes' on November 30, while 'De Stijl' is due out on December 7 and 'White Blood Cells' is available from December 14.

For more information, visit ThirdManRecords.com.

Meanwhile, Jack White has hinted that he and his bandmate Meg are planning to record new White Stripes material soon.

The pair also recently announced that they are releasing a new White Stripes record player and vinyl set for the Christmas market.


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