White Stripes to release new Live Album, DVD and Single… but they’re not reforming!

Apr 11, 2011 No Comments by Musicscene

A certain gig which took place on the 31st of July 2007 in Southhaven, Mississippi, concluded the end of an era for The White Stripes but also resulted in a brand new 22 track monster live album which will be released on vinyl only! The album is appropriately titled ‘Live in Mississippi’. They are also set to release a new DVD ‘Under Moorhead Lights All Fargo Night’ which was recorded during June 2000 at Ralph’s Corner Bar in the town of Moorhead, Minnesota. And if that’s not enough, there’ll also be a new 7″ vinyl single released – a cover of Love’s ‘Signed DC’, one of the band’s first ever recordings which will also contain a cover of Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve Been Loving You Too Long’ as a b-side.

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The live album tracklisting is as follows:

Stop Breaking Down

Let’s Build A Home

When I Hear My Name

Icky Thump

Dead Leaves And Dirty Groung / As Ugly As I Seem

The Same Boy You’ve Always Known

Wasting My Time

Phonograph Blues

Cannon / John The Revelator

Death Letter


Apple Blossom

You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do What You’re Told)

In The Cold Cold Night

I Want To Be The Boy To Warm Your Mothers Heart

Hotel Yorba

A Martyr For My Love For You

Ball And Biscuit

300mph Torrential Outpoor Blues

Blue Orchid

I’m Slowly Turning Into You

Boll Weevil

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