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The White StripesDe Stijl

Label:Third Man Records – TMR-032
Series:Vinyl Me, Please. Essentials – E090
Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Red w/ Black Splatter
Genre:Rock, Blues
Style:Alternative Rock, Garage Rock


A1You're Pretty Good Looking (For A Girl)
DrumsMeg White
Vocals, GuitarJack White (2)
A2Hello Operator
HarmonicaJohn Szymanski
Vocals, GuitarJack*
A3Little Bird
Vocals, GuitarJack*
A4Apple Blossom
Vocals, Guitar, PianoJack*
A5I'm Bound To Pack It Up
Shaker [Red Egg], Tom Tom [Floor]Meg*
ViolinPaul Henry Ossy
Vocals, Guitar, Bass [Stand Up]Jack*
A6Death Letter
Written-BySon House
A7Sister, Do You Know My Name?
Vocals, GuitarJack*
B1Truth Doesn't Make A Noise
Vocals, Guitar, PianoJack*
B2A Boy's Best Friend
Drums, TambourineMeg*
Vocals, Guitar, PianoJack*
B3Let's Build A Home
Vocals, GuitarJack*
B4Jumble, Jumble
B5Why Can't You Be Nicer To Me?
Electric ViolinPaul Henry Ossy
Vocals, GuitarJack*
B6Your Southern Can Is Mine
Written-ByBlind Willie McTell

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Vinyl, Me Please 20th anniversary edition. Includes reformatted multi-page lyric booklet (containing photos and art) and art print (graphic rendition of Jack White's triple tremolo amplifier by Tristan McNatt). Foil-stamped cover. This is the Essentials Record of the Month for June 2020. Due to delays from COVID-19 restrictions the release of this was delayed approximately 4 - 6 weeks.

All songs by The White Stripes (Peppermint Stripe Music, BMI)
except for "Death Letter" (Son House) / Published by Sondick Music.
"Your Southern Can Is Mine" (Blind Willie McTell) / Published by Columbia Phonograph Co

© & ℗ 2000/2020 Third Man Records, LLC
623 7th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203
Manufactured By Third Man Pressing in Detroit, MI

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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand etched (Variant 1)): WTS TMM TMP TMR-032-A ThERE'S A DRUNK NUN BEHIND YOU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand etched (Variant 1)): WTS TMM/TMP TMR-032-B PIET RIETVELD HAS A CRUSH ON A STRANGER!
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand etched (Variant 2)): WTS TMM TMP TMR-032-A ThERE'S A DRUNK NUN BEHIND YOU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand etched (Variant 2)): WTS TMM/TMP TMR-032-B ɪɪ PIET RIETVELD HAS A CRUSH ON A STRANGER!

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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De Stijl (LP, Album, Misprint)Sympathy For The Record Industry, Sympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI 609, SFTRI 572US2000
De Stijl (CD, Album)Sympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI 609US2000
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De Stijl (LP, Album, Misprint, Rainbo Pressing)Sympathy For The Record Industry, Sympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI 609, SFTRI 572US2000
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De Stijl (LP, Album, White Label)Sympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI609US2000
De Stijl (CD, Album)XL Recordings, Third Man RecordsXLCD 150Europe2001
dconsmack's avatar
Does anyone know if this an all-analog press (AAA)? Thanks.
ClassicRockJaden's avatar
I grew up with this album, as it got stuck in one of my parent’s car’s CD Players growing up, so I know this beast front to back. I will agree it doesn’t sound overproduced, but I think if it was mixed any different, it wouldn’t sound so darn raw.
Sometimes the highs aren’t high enough and the lows are kinda quiet, but I think this pressing tries to have that “life” that a lot of records from the 50s and 60s feel to have.
You know what I mean? Like that sense of presence where the audio gear just melts away when you close your eyes and they’re just there, performing for you, all those years later, at your home. Only leaving a review to help sway people who don’t know if this is a bad release, I think it’s excellent, even if the holofoil on the cover makes their faces a tad blurry
veggieta76's avatar
The splatter pattern on mine is beautiful, love the metallic accent on the cover. I joined VMP to get this release when it had gone to Waitlist Me Please, I waited too long and could only "join with this record". I didn't know it would be selling for cheaper than the membership price now, but still no regret, I am pleased with this release!
glenscott's avatar
Sounds mediocre, and the splatter looks poor. One of my least played records from Vinyl Me Please, this was a massive let down.
matiasmfer's avatar
nice pressing, beautiful pack and insert. Great lo fi and analog sound. Very happy with my copy.
skads_187's avatar
does anyone know if the vault release be added to discogs?
Audge_Podge_Records's avatar
Go into it realizing this is extremely lo-fi and flat in a good way. Lo-Fi doesn't mean dead sounding, the spacing and sound stage is all there. It's meant to sound down and dirty and not overproduced. Analog all the way and it's a masterpiece.
old_woodstock's avatar
Really Nice pressing . Knowing the Vintage sound of The White Stripes and the Analog recording of the Album, this press really makes this record sound like the way it's meant to be heard ! Just Set your equaliser on Flat and play this sh**t Out Loud and you'll get all that Art, Culture and Music that makes this World we're in So Beautiful !
bloodlemons's avatar
This is fine, but the 2010 mastering is superior. Kind of a bummer.
lee.c.dylan's avatar
Edited one year ago
My splatter turned out amazing, the cover looks great, and the record sounds fantastic! I joined VMP just for this record and man am I glad I did!