Available ONLY as a part of Third Man Records Vault package 46 #TheWhiteStripes Greatest Hits, an exclusive White Stripes-themed set of magnetic poetry including all the words you best know from Jack White’s lyrics...home, bone and telephone and SO many more for you to randomize and make your own White Stripes song. Also included, a breathtaking custom set of three Rob Jones 8x10 silk-screen prints that will be inserted into your package at random. Find out more of what is included and subscribe now before the 10/31 deadline here: thirdmanstore.com/vault/subscriptions/ #twsgreatesthits... See MoreSee Less
Learn the story of #thewhitestripes with the Striped podcast. Seasons 1 and 2 available wherever you listen to podcasts + stayed tuned for a special episode in celebration of The White Stripes Greatest Hits later this year - bit.ly/StripedPod ... See MoreSee Less
"August 18th, 2000 had The White Stripes performing at Detroit’s venerable Magic Stick. Supported by near-and-dear friends (who’d later become bandmates and collaborators), the Greenhornes and Whirlwind Heat, the recording provides a window into the Stripes’ mindset that Summer — just after their West Coast De Stijl headlining tour in June and still yet to experience the insanity of their opening slots for Sleater-Kinney in September." -Ben Blackwell. The White Stripes Live in Detroit 2000 is now streaming on nugs.net, listen now here: www.nugs.net/live-download-of-the-white-stripes-the-magic-stick-detroit-mi-08-18-2000-mp3-flac-or-online-music-streaming/25556.html ... See MoreSee Less
The White Stripes and Jack White have added so much to my enjoyment of music, through their influences, bands they've influenced, and support bands, especially from Detroit. Greenhornes, Brendan Benson, Soledad Brothers, Blanche, and of course the likes of Son House. Cheers!
I was fortunate it enough to catch Elephant at the Hard Rock live in Orlando and then years later got to see them on one of their last shows in Snowden Grove Miss. Seen Raconteurs twice and Jack by himself in Jacksonville. What a great musician and live performer
I miss concerts. And the Magic Stick. Such an amazing venue; would’ve been insane to see this show live.
Never met but saw one WS and two Rac concerts. Truly blessed to see!
The 1st time I heard the white stripes I came home and told my daughter...whoever wrote this is a genius....she said its jack white and yes he is....favorite band and musician to this day
This was my introduction to The White Stripes concert.And i met Jack,Meg,Ben and David afterwards . 20 years later 🙂
I saw the White Stripes with both the Greenhornes and Whirlwind Heat. Whirlwind was making some noise and some guy in the audience yelled "sing some words!"
singalong in the comments
Fell in love with a girl
I fell in love once and almost completely
My 14th birthday. Just a couple years before I discovered y'all.
What is your The White Stripes Greatest Hits tracklist? Create and share your own playlist of the 25 tracks you think are included in addition to “Ball and Biscuit.” Stay tuned to see if your selections make the official tracklist when it is revealed, and Third Man Records might be in touch with a surprise for a few lucky fans! Details on how to enter here: www.whitestripes.com/tracklist/... See MoreSee Less
Ball and biscuit
7 nation army
We’re are going to be friends
Jimmy the exploder
Slowly turning into you
Button to button
Fell in love with a girl
You’re pretty good looking
You don’t know what love is
There’s no home for you here
I wanna be the boy, truth doesn’t make a noise, apple blossom, now Mary, denial twist, slowly turning into you, little ghost, same boy you’ve always known, sugar never tasted so good. Little bird, girl you have no faith in medicine, martyr for my love for you,
Hello operator, you’re southern can is mine, black jack davey, walking with a ghost...i could go forever!!!
My greatest hits and what’s going to be on the album are probably very different.
This was harder than I imagined. You should've had us narrow it down to 50 😅
With that being said "Take, Take, Take" is severely underrated.
I have all their albums and vault packages. Some outtakes and demos are insane great. God, gotta be at least something from The Peel Sessions, just pick 1
Dead leaves, hardest button, blue orchid, we are gonna be friends, hotel yorba, seven nation army, fell in love with a girl.
My favourite band ever!
Definitely has to be Fell In Love With a Girl. Fantastic song and even better music video 🙌🏻
I just love that the White Stripes have a worldwide following who know they have more than one song.
1 it's my fault for being famous
2 let's build a home
3 the hardest button to button
4 blue orchid
5 icky thump
6 prickly thorn, but sweetly worn
7 sugar never tasted so good
8 stop breaking down
9 when i hear my name
10 dead leaves and the dirty ground
11 hotel yorba
12 we're going to be friends
13 death letter
14 hello operator
15 the air near my fingers
16 300 m.p.h. torrential outpour blues
17 as ugly as i seem
18 st. james infirmary blues
19 fell in love with a girl
20 ball and biscuit
21 seven nation army
22 my doorbell
23 rag and bone
25 i'm bound to pack it up
26 it's my fault for being famous (*intentionally duplicated because you didn't say i couldn't)
Blue orchid better be on there. Its one of my most favorite songs
Blue Orchid should definitely make the list.
God. This was tough to keep to 26. I love these two so much. I’m a grunge gent who hated (and essentially still hates) pretty much all rock/alternative after 2000. But I just couldn’t put their stuff down.
1. You’re pretty good lookin (for a girl)
2. I’m slowly turning into you
3. Little Ghost
5. Seven nation army
7. My doorbell
8. Dead leaves and the dirty ground
10. Fell in love with a girl
12. Now, Mary
13. Ball and Biscuit
14. Hello operator
15. I want to be the boy to warm your mother’s heart
16.the air near my fingers
17. Effect and cause
18. I’m bound to pack it up
19. Blue orchid
20. Take, take, take
21. I’m lonely (but I ain’t that lonely yet)
22. St James infirmary blues
24. Offend in every way
25. There’s no home for you here
26. Rag and bone
..... I tried to order them but it’s hectic here. Either way
I would love to see "Screwdriver" included because of my experience hearing it for the first time. When I was 18, three of my friends and I decided to randomly drive 16 hours through the night to New York City for New Year's Eve. We were 18--dumb ideas like that sound faaaaantastic when it's like 11:30pm and nobody has a job. Anyway, on our last day in the city, I went to some record store and bought the self-titled record. As we were all driving home, I played it and loved every second of it. My friends on the other hand, were less than enthusiastic and pretty outspoken in their distaste which kinda made me like it a lot more. It was banned from the car and I found myself pretending to need bathroom stops so I could just go listen to it on headphones the rest of the way home. To anyone reading: that record sounds amazing at 3:00am when you have no idea where you are.
In album order (cos I don't know how to rank them cos I love them all, and I could've just added every song on every album to be honest)
How on earth this album is being decided is absolutely mind boggling
1. Stop breaking down
2. The big 3 killed my baby
4. I fought pirahnas
5. Hello operator
6. Death letter
7. Truth doesn't make a noise
8. Let's build a home
9. Dead leaves and the dirty ground
10. I'm finding it harder to be a gentleman everyday
11. Fell in love with a girl
12. The union forever
13. I can tell that we are going to be friends
14. Black math
15. There's no home for you here
16. In the cold cold night
17. Ball and a biscuit
18. Hardest button to button
19. Girl you have no faith in medicine
20. Blue orchid
21. Forever for her is over for me
22. Red rain
23. I'm lonely (but I ain't that lonely yet)
24. Icky Thump
25. Bone broke
26. Catch hell blues
My top 5 must be there!!
1. Fell in love with a girl
2. We're going to be friends
3. Blue Orchid
5. In the cold, cold night
But they have so many great songs, it's so hard to name just a few.
Dead leaves and the dirty ground
The Union Forever
Truth doesn't make a noise
Stop breaking down
When I hear my name
The hardest button to button
Girl you have no faith in medicine
Little cream soda
I'm slowly turning into you
Catch hell blues
Effect and cause
My 7 year old son just saw your "Fell in Love With a Girl" video and thought it was the greatest thing ever.
I like so many of these lists... I will take any one of them. Thank you for a great soundtrack to accompany a pivotal time in my life.
I'm not going to try to name only 25 songs from my favorite band of all time... but "Truth don't make a noise" definitely deserves a spot
In no particular order: Icky Thump, Blue Orchid, My Doorbell, The Denial Twist, Seven Nation Army, We're Gonna Be Friends, Hardest Button to Button, Fell in Love With a Girl. Don't care to make a full list, but these better be on there.
I can't even name 20, but that's why I need this greatest hits album. I've been really busy the past couple decades 🤣
Hardest button, little ghost, St James Infirmary Blues, Seven Nation Army (of course), Rag and Bone, Denial Twist, I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself, Dead Leaves, Red Rain...
When I listen to this is The White Stripes radio literally every song that comes on is incredible. They could pick any songs and they would be the greatest hits.
A proper White Stripes "Greatest Hits" compilation would be a six-record set.
ICYMI Part 2: Rewatch Jack’s “Lazaretto” performance from this past Saturday night on Saturday Night Live and hear Third Man Hardware’s new CopperSound Pedals Triplegraph pedal in action. Watch here the full performance here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwNM-PSBeCY... See MoreSee Less
Must admit, I didn’t really know who he was but I certainly do now! He is amazing! Really appealed to my love of Led Zeppelin and other classics.
That was bad-ass. I imagine Lorne Michaels on the phone, asking Jack to pinch-hit for some country musician they ditched cuz he wouldn’t follow COVID protocol.
Lorne says, “Jack, I want you to come on the show and kick the ever-loving shit out of everything within earshot.”
“K,” Jack replies in his understated way. Mission accomplished.
The greatest musical performance in the 46 years of SNL, hard stop.
He is just simply amazing. I love all his music.
From his story in Blabbermouth, he had Eddie make significant changes you can't see in the SNL video in a smartphone. A forearm rest, extra pickups and their knobs, block inlays, extra switches. What else? Thinking a locking nut is new to him and his tech as well.
It was awesome, best guitar player alive
Love the EVH guitar! RIP Eddie
Phenomenal as always. The tribute to Eddie was especially sweet.
Only reason I watched was to see Jack. That was some guitar playing!
A true musician to his core. That's the kind of stuff legend is made of. I'm glad you decided not to go to church, Jack.
One of the best SNL performances of all time!
The BNB performance was ruined by the very awkward lyric swaps. Band sounds great as always
SNL Jacks drummer great, why do we have comments on Jacks weight, his attire ?
What the what people age or is everybody going to get
work done, jeepers folks.
Terrific show, please point out other stars who have set up their own recording studio and helped revive real sound again with his
Detroit vinyl business. Jack deserves a catagory all his own.
Amazing!!! I loved the little tribute to EVH during Lazaretto!!!! Jackie White is legend!!!!
I met them on tour for their second album. They played a coffee shop in Asheville!!! Really nice folks
Awesome performance. The drummer was badass too!
I thoroughly enjoyed the electric riffs and the checkered suit. You still got it, Jack!
PS..... I’ve been thinking about your doorbell lately. Did anyone ever end up ringing it?
Was amazing had a good time watching that performance, jack white still my fav, hes what made me start playing guitar again.....
I'm a big fan of Bill Burr and that initially attracted me to watch the episode. But damn Jack White stole the show.
Jack White does not age! I caught the show last night and couldn't believe how good he looks.
So glad they put SNL on twice, once earlier in evening in the west. Was very happy to see them. Went to a Dead Weather concert and there were 3 Suzy Lee’s. A type of groupie who dress up and follow anything Jack White around the country when they tour. I was in line behind one of the ladies.
Loved the evh wolfgang and the tapping on the second performance. Subtle but effective tribute.
I think I've listened to every version of this live that I can find and every one is unique. Jack is a guitar God.
His talent is never questioned. The way he runs Thirdman he could just be a legendary executive. He needs a kids show to teach kids about music and the history of it.
No one like Jack White. Rebel, individual, and incredible musician.