Thanks to Sean at Fat Elvis Records in Knoxville, I now have my three Third Man Records White Stripes Red Vinyl 7″ releases.
These were only available to independent record shops for 24 hours after thanks giving, known as Black Friday.
Here are mine pictured below.
Having listened to Living Things by Linkin Park almost everyday since it was released this Summer 2012, I was so pleased that it was to be finally released on vinyl. Not only is the new cover a welcomed treat, but also, it is very limited to just 3,000 copies worldwide on Pure White Vinyl.
Having now been released on Vinyl has just made a great album sound even greater!
Here is my copy that I received today.
Today I received my Third Man Records Exclusive Vault 13 Package all the way from Nashville, USA.
The Marble White LP is The White Stripes first-ever live show, recorded at the Gold Dollar in Detroit on August 14th 1997.
The accompanying Red 7″ is a recording from The White Stripes first-ever live performance recorded on Bastille Day July 14th 1997 at the Gold Dollar’s open-mic night.
This release was only available for a short period of time to Third Man Record (Jack White’s Record Label) Vault members and produced in very limited quantities to fulfil per-orders that were taken before July 31st 2012.
Today I received one of the best Canadian bands album on Exclusive Copper Coloured Vinyl.
LIVE “Throwing Copper” has been issued exclusively on 180 gram audiophile vinyl, strictly limited to just 1,000 worldwide.
Already Sold Out, it’s being repressed on 180 gram standard black vinyl due to popular demand over the coming days.
Here is mine, numbered at 150/1000 exclusively on the Copper vinyl release.
After EMI hastily withdrew the 50th Anniversary Beatles Love Me Do 7″ they decided to release a corrected version with the original single release as the A-Side.
The sleeve and vinyl at first glance look the same as the mispress, however this version has the Parlophone lettering in a silver gloss instead of the grey type face.
Interestingly, this release is still incorrect as it still has the incorrect catalogue number on its B-Side!
Here is my copy of the 7″ that arrived.
Finally it arrived, not only with EMI incorrectly pressing the album version of the song without Ringo on drums, but with an incorrect catalogue number on the B-side making it now the most Ultra Rare 7″ of the 21st century.
EMI recalled the complete batch 2 days before release, however a small percentage of the 6,000 pressed got away.
Here is my copy of the Withdrawn Beatles 7″.
Flown over from Knoxville, the hard to find White Stripes Record Store Day 2011 Marbled releases and Karen Elson ‘Petal’ Clear vinyl, thanks to Sean.
The 2 UK RSD 2012 releases of the honey coloured Karen Elson 7″ and the White Stripes Transparent red 7″.
Finally the Black Belles Tri-color limited to just 100 worldwide which was only available at the top 5 record stores in the UK for one day only, 20 at each store. Great additions to my collection.