The White StripesElephant

Label:Third Man Records – TMR200
Vinyl, LP, Stereo, Red Smoke
Vinyl, LP, Stereo, Clear w/ Red & Black Smoke
All Media, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, 20th Anniversary Edition
Country:USA & Europe
Style:Alternative Rock


A1Seven Nation Army3:51
A2Black Math3:03
A3There's No Home For You Here3:43
B1I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
Written-ByBurt Bacharach, Hal David
B2In The Cold, Cold Night2:58
B3I Want To Be The Boy To Warm Your Mother's Heart3:20
B4You've Got Her In Your Pocket3:39
C1Ball And Biscuit7:19
C2The Hardest Button To Button3:32
C3Little Acorns4:09
D2The Air Near My Fingers3:40
D3Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine3:14
D4It's True That We Love One Another2:42

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Gatefold sleeve.
Comes with printed inserts.
Runouts are etched.
Embossed lettering on the back side:
"The White Stripes"
"Side A"
"Side B"
"Side 3"
"Side D"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 810074421577
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): IIIΔ TMP-200-A THIS RECORD WG TMP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): IIIΔ TMP-200-B HAS BEEN WG TMP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): IIIΔ TMP-200-C CUT SO WG TMP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): IIIΔ TMP-200-D MANY TIMES WG TMP

Other Versions (5 of 73)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Elephant (CD, Album, Stereo, Sonopress)XL Recordings, Third Man RecordsXLCD 162Europe2003
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Elephant (CD, Album)V2, Third Man Records63881-27148-2US2003
Elephant (2×LP, Album)XL RecordingsXLLP 162UK2003
Recently Edited
Elephant (LP, White, LP, Red Translucent, All Media, Album)V263881-27148-1US2003
New Submission
Elephant (CD, Album, Special Edition, CD, VCD, NTSC)V2VVR1027452Philippines2003
  • Lanakias1's avatar
    Anyone knows if this release it was all analogue cut like the previous onces?
    • __Guillermo__'s avatar
      Great copy here, flat, no pops, clicks or other kind of annoying noise.
      • Boris_Rayne's avatar
        Actually, my copy was packed with promo poster & “I don’t know what to do with myself” Handkerchief.
        • Elsweavo's avatar
          Has a fair amount of popping and clicking, but thankfully much of the record is loud enough to disguise them. Still, I expected a better pressing from someone with such an interest in the vinyl industry. Not worth returning, but not as nice as I would have liked.
          • stephane38's avatar
            Pour moi l’album reste magnifique !
            Les vinyles sont superbes ! Le 1er notamment 🤩
            Pour ce qui est de la qualité de pressing et donc d’écoute… ben je ne sais pas puisqu’il est sagement rangé avec tous les autres, sans jamais avoir été écouté 1 seule fois 😂😂😂
            C’est juste pour le détenir 😉 Tu es fan ou tu ne l’es pas 😎🥸😉🤗
            • itchyring's avatar
              first copy A/B sounded like shit, replacement sounds good - bit of pot luck, me thinks
              • loidlpeter's avatar
                great pressing quality - no pops, no background noise - great dynamic
                • jeffmcduffie's avatar
                  Another let down from Turd Man Records. Very noisy, jagged edges, and edge warped records.
                  • MrRom92's avatar
                    Edited one month ago
                    Really bad pressing quality. I just opened two copies and both had severe dimpling on LP 1 which leads me to believe they may be overpressing these using damaged stampers.
                    It really is pretty bad. Maybe the worst I’ve ever seen. You thought old Jamaican records looked like an obstacle course for your stylus, wait till you get a load of this.

                    LP2 thankfully looks fine. But I haven’t played either yet to comment on how they actually sound.

                    I really have to note the quality of the paper stock used for the printed inner sleeves is also absolutely horrendous. I don’t know why they insist on using these. It physically pained me just removing the discs for the first time, let alone having to put them back in. They should’ve just printed 12” inserts and used nice polylined or rice paper sleeves to actually hold the records.

                    The printed paper sleeves you might’ve gotten with your favorite new album 40-50 years ago still would not have been ideal in terms of keeping your records clean, but it would not damage them. They were usually a soft paper stock. This matte paper stock is “hard” and scratchy against the surface of the record. It’s trying too hard to look nice while completely forgetting it’s original intended purpose - to PROTECT the record.
                    • Lozhedgehog's avatar
                      You can tell here that the guy that made the music owns the company that pressed it.
                      My copy anyway....
                      Outstanding sound and silent even on multicoloured vinyl. Every nuance audible and clean.
                      I'm not a White Stripes fan boy at all, but this is worth it for the quality of mastering and pressing for anyone.
                      On par with MoFi stuff, really it is.



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