Jack White Discusses "The Triple Decker Record" Invention on VH1

Brad Bershad

by Brad Bershad

Published February 22, 2013

On the new VH1 show, For What It's Worth, Jack White shows Baba Booey from Howard Stern his Triple Decker Record.  It's a 7" single inside of a 12" LP.  Definitely a big time collectors item.  At the time this was written, there were 8 on eBay that were for sale between $275 and $1,100.  It really looks beautiful.

Check it out:

Here's a commercial for the record from when it was released in 2010:

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Uploaded on Sep 14, 2010

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.

Via: Pitchfork

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