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My video addiction this week hasn’t been a video for a song but a video about a vinyl record single. Each time I watch it, I’m more intrigued, baffled, and hungry to get my hands on a copy of a Triple Decker Record. Anyone in Nashville want to run down to their local Third Man Records to pick me up one?

Here’s the press clipper scoop:

The Dead Weather’s latest single, “Blue Blood Blues”, will have a limited edition component in the form of an all new Triple Decker Record. Designed by Jack White and assembled by United Record Pressing, the Triple Decker contains a 7″ record embedded inside a 12″ record. The Triple Decker is limited to 300 copies and are available at Third Man Records in Nashville on Friday Sept. 17, and at finer brick and mortar independent record stores worldwide. 50 copies will also be inserted in random mail order for “Blue Blood Blues.”

Side note: I also would sign up for any class that Jack White teaches. Civil War History 101, Calculus, or Auto Mechanics… I’m in. He’s such a good explainer!