Posts tagged "The White Stripes"

The White Stripes to Release Tenth Anniversary Edition of ‘Get Behind Me Satan’ on Vinyl

In celebration of the tenth anniversary of Get Behind Me Satan, the White Stripes plan to release the first-ever commercially available vinyl pressing…
By: Rachel Brodsky / March 3, 2015

SPIN’s Year-End Lists, From 1990 to 2009

As 2014 begins to circle the drain, the impending onslaught of year-end coverage keeps getting closer. To help prepare ourselves, the editors at SPIN have…
By: SPIN Staff / November 5, 2014

See Vic Mensa Tear Up White Stripes’ ‘Seven Nation Army’ at Lollapalooza

Over the last few weeks, Jack White has shown plenty of love to other artists. He complimented Julian Casablancas' fashion sense at New…
By: Kyle McGovern / August 8, 2014

XL Previews Collectors’ Comp With Unreleased Vampire Weekend, Odd Future Footage

This year marks the 25th anniversary of U.K. indie institution XL Recordings and they've announced their own celebration in the form of a history-spanning…
By: Colin Joyce / August 5, 2014

Third Man Vault to Let Loose White Stripes Live Album

Jack White is out in the midst of a series of tour dates in support of his June solo album Lazaretto, but…
By: Colin Joyce / July 7, 2014

16 ‘Seven Nation Army’ Covers: From the Flaming Lips to the World Cup

In the 11 years since the White Stripes unleashed Elephant, "Seven Nation Army" has become the Detroit duo's signature song. With its primal…
By: Theo Salem-Mackall / July 1, 2014

Jack White Isn’t Friends With Meg White

Jack White has at last spoken in detail on his current relationship with Meg White, which seems pretty much non-existent: "I don't think anyone talks to…
By: Chris Martins / May 22, 2014

The 40 Best Albums of 2003

The 40 best albums of 2003, as ranked by the SPIN editors. [This list was originally published in the January 2004 issue of SPIN.]…
By: SPIN Staff / February 27, 2014

The 40 Best Albums of 2002

The 40 best albums of 2002, as ranked by the SPIN editors. [This list was originally published in the January 2003 issue of SPIN.]…
By: SPIN Staff / February 27, 2014

‘Jeopardy!’ Asks the Not-Too-Hard Alt-Rock Questions

For decades, Jeopardy! has quizzed Americans' knowledge of history, science, geography, culture, and more. Now add Trent Reznor to that list. As Consequence…
By: Kyle McGovern / December 13, 2013

Elusive White Stripes’ ‘Elephant’ Reissue Made Available to the Masses

Finally, some news involving Jack White's music and not his divorce. The recently embattled artist is reissuing the White Stripes' 2003 classic Elephant…
By: Dan Reilly / August 14, 2013

Jack White Celebrates ‘Elephant’ Turning 10 With Exclusive Double Live Album

For an album as mammoth as the White Stripes' Elephant — the peppermint duo's best and hugest LP, as SPIN's Ro…
By: Kyle McGovern / April 9, 2013

The White Stripes’ ‘Elephant’ Turns 10

It begins and ends with "Ball and Biscuit," and by "it," I mean "Western civilization." The 21st century's most astounding, most wryly pornographic, most brain-meltingly…
By: Rob Harvilla / April 3, 2013

Jack White Stomps All Other Record Store Day Exclusives With ‘Elephant’ Reissue

Jack White, the completely qualified ambassador for this year's Record Store Day (April 20), has sanctioned a remastered double-vinyl reissue of…
By: Kyle McGovern / March 2, 2013

Jack White Spares 1999 Bowling Alley Gig for Third Man Vinyl Vault Series

Vinyl superstar Jack White has announced the 15th entry in the Third Man Records' rarity-excavating Vault subscribers series, and, of course, the…
By: Kyle McGovern / January 3, 2013

Is Miley Cyrus’ ‘Jolene’ Cover Better Than Jack White’s?

Adele and Gotye proved the pop charts are safe for songs far removed from the past few years' hedonistic dance-pop, but it's been a long…
By: Marc Hogan / December 27, 2012

Jack White Rakes Through ‘Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground’ Live at Third Man

It's that "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground" time of year again. As you shake the decomposing organic evidence of fall from your…
By: Marc Hogan / October 26, 2012

Meg White Wasn’t the Only Anxious White Stripe

It's been five years since the White Stripes ended their final tour early, citing drummer Meg White's "acute anxiety." Now, in an admirably candid half-hour…
By: Marc Hogan / July 20, 2012

The White Stripes Release First-Ever 1997 Shows on Vinyl

In what seems to be an attempt to prove to heartbroken fans that he really is sad about having to end the White Stripes,…
By: Devon Maloney / July 9, 2012

Jack White Hilariously Accepts Guinness World Records Challenge

Yesterday, Jack White got some sassy return fire from Guinness World Records, who he claimed was an "elitist organization" for allegedly turning down the…
By: Devon Maloney / May 18, 2012
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