Jack White may just be the busiest man in music right now. When he's not busy making every single live performance he does something truly special or releasing "ultra LPs" that end up being the top selling vinyl record of the year, he works with his label Third Man Records to release special vinyl packages for his other projects. As a part of its long-running Vault package series, they'll be putting out a new single from The Dead Weather, 'Buzzkill(er)', and you can listen to a preview of it below.

In addition, the Vault package includes a new live album from the White Stripes titled Live Under the Lights of the Rising Sun, which was recorded in October of 2000 during the band's first ever international tour. The double LP showcases their Tokyo gigs, including a cover of Iggy Pop's 'I'm Bored'. Oh, and it comes with a really cool looking flag. Read a statement from Third Man about the Dead Weather single:

"Keeping our promise made a few months back, the 7-inch for this go-round is another deadly two song pairing from the leather nightmares of the Dead Weather. THESE ARE TWO NEW ORIGINAL TRACKS…DEBUTING ON VINYL EXCLUSIVELY FOR VAULT MEMBERS! Pressed on pretty golden vinyl, the tracks “Buzzkill(er)” and “It’s Just Too Bad” are further examples that this band, in their downtime from Queens of the Stone Age, the Kills and JW solo, are more deadly than 99% of the rest of the also-rans out there. Don’t let the waterfowl on the single cover fool you…this single spits fire."

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