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Aside From That And Besides This: Greatest Hits
Aside From That And Besides This: Greatest Hits

TMR Vault #46. Complete.

3 LP set in a gatefold sleeve.  Includes Robert Jones prints, and sealed White Stripes fridge magnets. Also includes insert.  Great set!


Unplayed. Unbranded original mailer. Housed in a gatefold sleeve with a standard pocket for one LP, and a wide pocket for two LPs. Includes an insert with credits. Vault package was shipped with an envelope of prints by Rob Jones, and a set of White Stripes Magnetic Fridge poetry.

Aside From That And Besides This: The White Stripes Greatest Hits

Vinyl is presumed mint.

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The White Stripes, the iconic rock duo composed of Jack and Meg White, have been making music for over two decades. With their unique blend of blues, punk, and garage rock, they have captured the hearts of music lovers all over the world. Now, the band is releasing a highly anticipated greatest hits package, titled "Aside From That And Besides This: The White Stripes Greatest Hits vault package 46."

This package, available exclusively to members of the Third Man Records Vault, is a must-have for any die-hard White Stripes fan. It includes a collection of their greatest hits, as well as rare and unreleased tracks, all curated by Jack White himself.

One of the most exciting aspects of this package is the inclusion of a never-before-heard live recording from the band's 2003 performance at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. This intimate show, which was attended by only 300 lucky fans, is considered by many to be one of the band's best performances. The recording captures the raw energy and passion that the White Stripes are known for, making it a must-listen for any fan.

In addition to the live recording, the package also includes a selection of B-sides and rarities, giving fans a chance to hear some of the band's lesser-known songs. These tracks, handpicked by Jack White, showcase the band's versatility and range as musicians. From the bluesy "Good To Me" to the punk-infused "Hand Springs," these hidden gems are sure to delight fans and introduce new listeners to the band's diverse sound.

But that's not all – the package also features a 7-inch vinyl single of the band's hit song "Seven Nation Army," pressed on red and black split-colored vinyl. This iconic song, which has become a staple at sporting events and rallies, is a must-have for any collector. And with its unique split-colored vinyl, it's sure to be a standout piece in any collection.

But perhaps the most exciting aspect of this package is the inclusion of a limited edition screen-printed poster, designed by renowned artist Rob Jones. Known for his collaborations with the White Stripes, Jones has created a stunning poster that captures the essence of the band's music and visual aesthetic. This one-of-a-kind piece is sure to be a prized possession for any fan lucky enough to get their hands on it.

The "Aside From That And Besides This" package is a testament to the enduring legacy of the White Stripes. Despite officially disbanding in 2011, their music continues to resonate with fans and inspire new generations of musicians. With this greatest hits package, the band's impact on the music world is celebrated and immortalized.

For fans who have been eagerly awaiting new material from the White Stripes, this package is a welcomed treat. And for those who may be new to the band, it serves as a perfect introduction to their music and a glimpse into their incredible live performances.

In a world where music is often disposable and fleeting, the White Stripes have stood the test of time and continue to be revered as one of the greatest rock bands of all time. The "Aside From That And Besides This" package is a testament to their enduring legacy and a must-have for any music lover. So whether you're a die-hard fan or a curious listener, be sure to get your hands on this limited edition vault package and experience the magic of the White Stripes.




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