Limited transparent orange colored vinyl LP pressing. The first instalment in Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl 10' series, Fu30, Pt.1, includes 2 new original Fu Manchu songs, as well as a cover of The Doobie Brothers' 'Takin' It To The Streets.' The band will be releasing 2 more editions in this 10' series over this year making a total of 30' of new Fu Manchu music for the Fu30 anniversary. Each release will include 2 new original compositions and a newly recorded cover. Like the band's most recent album, Clone Of The Universe, Fu30, Pt. 1 was recorded at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, California by Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Ignite) and co-produced with Fu Manchu.
Vinyl: $24.98 PRE ORDER
Indie Record Shop Exclusive, Only 150 Exist, Color-In-Color Vinyl [Clear with Teal], Single Pocket Jacket, Inner Sleeve, 1 LP, Includes Download Card, Indie Record Shop Exclusive Callout Sticker. Tanya Donelly and the Parkington Sisters cover some of Tanya's favorite songs by The Go Go's, Leonard Cohen, Kirsty MacColl, Split Enz, Linda Ronstadt, The Pretenders, Wings, Echo & The Bunnymen, and Mary Margaret O'Hara on this outstanding new album. "When Joe from American Laundromat asked if I'd be interested in doing a covers album, I was hesitant, mainly because most of the songs I truly love are already perfect in their original form. But then I had the idea to ask the brilliant Parkington Sisters to be the band for this project, to bring their gorgeous sound and spirit, and make it something cohesive and centered. Happily, they said Yes. So I chose a handful of songs that have been on heavy rotation in my head and heart from the first time I heard them, and the Sisters took over. They charted and plotted and arranged, and I joined Rose and Sarah and Ariel recording at Jon Evans' Brick Hill Studio in Orleans MA, with guest players Matthias Bossi and Jon Evans (who also engineered). Lydia P put down some cello later, and I recorded additional vocals at Q Division Studios in Somerville MA, with James Bridges engineering. These are some of the most honest, moving, beautiful, unfiltered, true and cool songs that have ever been written, in my opinion. And those same adjectives apply to the Parkington Sisters as well." -Tanya
A1 Seven Nation Army 3:51
A2 Black Math 3:03
A3 There's No Home For You Here 3:43
B1 I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself 2:46
B2 In The Cold, Cold Night 2:58
B3 I Want To Be The Boy To Warm Your Mother's Heart 3:20
B4 You've Got Her In Your Pocket 3:39
C1 Ball And Biscuit 7:19
C2 The Hardest Button To Button 3:32
C3 Little Acorns 4:09 (intro by Mort Crim)
D1 Hypnotize 1:48
D2 The Air Near My Fingers 3:40
D3 Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine 3:17
D4 It's True That We Love One Another 2:42 (vocals by Holly Golightly) -- EXCLUSIVE RECORD STORE DAY RELEASE
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of this Grammy Award winning album, Third Man Records releases a special Limited Edition vinyl pressing of their acclaimed hit album, ''Elephant,'' exclusively for Record Store Day. Includes their classic, ''Seven Nation Army.''
Limited Edition Third Man Records releases are notoriously known to be some of the most sought after collectable items and with Jack White as this year's Record Store Day Ambassador, this release will certainly be on top of most customer's want lists.
(note: these are different color arrangements than the 2003 U.S. vinyl release from V2)
Tip-On double gatefold jacket
printed inner sleeves
Limited to: UNKNOWN
THE WHITE STRIPES:
Jack White - vocals, guitar, piano
Meg White - vocals, drums
Produced by: Jack White
Engineer, Mixing: Liam Watson
Mastering: Noel Summerville
Photography: Patrick Pantano
Layout Design: Bruce Brand
Recorded to eight track reel-to-reel at Toe-Rag Studios, Hackney, London in April 2002, except B1 recorded at the BBC Maida Vale Studios.
Mastered direct from analog.
Manufactured by: United Record Pressing