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The White StripesLive In Las Vegas

Label:Third Man Records – TMR-953, Third Man Records – TMR-954
Series:Third Man Records Vault – Package 58
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Remastered, Red Translucent, 180g
Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Remastered, White, 180g
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched, Reissue, Remastered, 180g
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Red w/ Sparkles [Sparkle Red]
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Blues Rock, Alternative Rock, Garage Rock

Tracklist

Live In Las Vegas At The Joint - The Hard Rock Hotel - IX.XX.MMIII (TMR-953)
A1The White StripesDead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
A2The White StripesWhen I Hear My Name
A3The White StripesNot Fade Away
Written-ByBuddy Holly, Norman Petty
A4The White StripesSt. James Infirmary
Written-ByTraditional
A5The White StripesBlack Math
A6The White StripesThe Big Three Killed My Baby
B1The White StripesI Want To Be The Boy To Warm Your Mother's Heart
B2The White StripesDeath Letter
Written-ByEddie J House*
B3The White StripesTake A Whiff On Me
B4The White StripesIn The Cold, Cold Night
C1The White StripesWasting My Time
C2The White StripesI Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
C3The White StripesOffend In Every Way (Aborted)
C4The White StripesThe Union Forever
C5The White StripesSeven Nation Army
D1The White StripesYou've Got Her In Your Pocket
D2The White StripesI Think I Smell A Rat
D3The White StripesLook Me Over Closely
Written-ByTerry Gilkyson
D4The White StripesCannon
D5The White StripesMary Had A Little Lamb
Written-ByTraditional
D6The White StripesCannon (Reprise)
D7The White StripesBall And Biscuit
D8The White StripesThe Hardest Button To Button
E1The White StripesYou're Pretty Good Looking
E2The White StripesHello Operator
E3The White StripesWe're Going To Be Friends
E4The White StripesHotel Yorba
E5The White StripesFell In Love With A Girl
E6The White StripesYour Southern Can Is Mine
Written-ByErnest B McTell*
E7The White StripesScrewdriver
E8The White StripesDe Ballit Of De Boll Weevil
Written-ByTraditional
Ball And Biscuit (TMR-954)
GBob Dylan & Jack White (2)Ball And Biscuit (Live March 17, 2004)
HThe White StripesBall And Biscuit (Live May 2, 2002)
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Credits

Notes

Originally recorded on September 20, 2003 at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.

Merry Buckets to Claudette Colbert.

Included are:
'The White Stripes - Live In Las Vegas' (Originally released as The White Stripes - Live In Las Vegas). Side F has an etching (referred as 'Always Bet On Black.')
'Ball And Biscuit' 7" with Bob Dylan & Jack White 2004 performance + first performance by The White Stripes
Patch
Bumper Sticker
2 art prints

All songs published by Peppermint Stripe Music (BMI) Administered by Songs of Univarsal, Inc. (BMI) with the exception of:
[A3] "Not Fade Away" (BMG Gold Songs (ASCAP), WREN MUSIC CO (BMI))
[A4] "St. James Infirmary" (Traditional)
[B2] "Death Letter" (Sondick Music (BMI))
[B3] "Take A Whiff On Me" (Folkways Music Publishers Inc. (BMI))
[C2] "I Just Dont Know What To Do With Myself" (BMG Rights Management, New Hidden Valley Music CO, PW Arrangements, Universal Music Corporation (ASCAP))
[D3] "Look Over Me Closely" (EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI))
[D5] "Mary Had A Little Lamb" (Traditional)
[E6] "Your Southern Can Is Mine" (Songs Of Peer (ASCAP))

Runouts are etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (A1 to A3, A5 to C1, C3 to D4, D6 to E5, E7, G, H): BMI
  • Rights Society (A3, C2, E6): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): TMR953A TMM TMP WAR. WE CAN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): TMR953B TMM TMP WAR. STILL BE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): TMR953C TMM TMP WAR. IN THE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): TMR953D TMM TMP WAR. SAME ROOM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E runout): II TMR953E TMM TMP WAR. TOGETHER
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G runout): TMR954A TMM TMP WAR. HITMAN IN THE HOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H runout): TMR954B TMM TMP WAR. REAL DEALS (NOT HOLYFIELD) IN THE HOUSE

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Live In Las Vegas (3×LP, Promo, Limited Edition, White Label)V2 RecordsnoneUS2003

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Reviews

  • BELOOO's avatar
    BELOOO
    One of the best vault releases. Package is awesome, and it’s a great show too. The Dylan/jack white 7” is a wonderful addition. I’d consider it alongside Live in Mississippi as an essential White Stripes vault release
    • fendrfanIII's avatar
      fendrfanIII
      The LPs contain great show, but not so great sound quality. Totally lifeless, dead as a doornail sound. This mix is so blown out, compressed, limited, and squished. It is just not a pleasant listen. There is no high end whatsoever. Meg's kit is dark as can be, snare has no bite, her kick has no punch. Yet another disappointing Bill Skibbe remix (and maybe Warren Defever's mastering? No clue). I find almost everything Mr. Skibbe does to be disappointing, whether it's his hyper-limited mixes of Jack's live shows, or his bland mastering on things like the Elephant mono mix. I freaking love The White Stripes, but their catalog (especially these great, wild, live recordings!) deserves someone with a more discerning ear to handle it. The Ryan K. Smith cut of "Elephant" and Steve Hoffman/Kevin Gray's cut of "Icky Thump" really show how great TWS can sound when the proper engineer is at the helm. I'd love to hear all of the live stuff recut by someone like those guys; it could use their "audiophile" touch!
      • snakeysnakey's avatar
        snakeysnakey
        Is anyone aware of the press run on this one? My first Vault and I was wondering if they release that info.
        • Surface29's avatar
          Surface29
          Impeccable collection. I have every WS Vault. This recording is as good as any, and setlist is fantastic.

          Very much gives Live In Mississippi a run for its money as best live WS release. Those two stand above the rest as far as I’m concerned.

          Top tier WS release ever. I had the OG promo version in my cart many times over the last decade. Never bought as I figured it would get a Vault release, and the wait was worth it.
          • paulsally's avatar
            paulsally
            I've had a few bad lps from third man in recent months, they always sound good but warped lps has been an issue.
            This vault package is exceptional though. Great cover art, sleeve, extras, clean noise free pressings. They sound great. I'm knocking one point off a perfect score as side c/d isn't quite as flat as I'd like, I'm being mega picky though.
            If all tmr pressings carry on like this we are more than happy
            • zedthecat's avatar
              zedthecat
              Wow, TMR really hit it out of the park with this one! I have several Vault live releases and this one is one of the best along with Vault 54 The Supply Chain Issues. For a 2003 concert, it sounds phenomenal! The vocals are so clear and on point as is Jack’s guitar. My only complaint is that Meg’s drums are a bit muted behind Jacks’s guitar and vocals. I wish the drums were a bit more punchy. In addition, the accoutrements that are included are so cool; the sticker, the patch, the oversized playing cards. And the B side of the 3rd record is an etched roulette table. So cool. But the highlight is the 7” of Jack and Bob’s collab of Ball and Biscuit. It gave me chills! This Vault is phenomenal…don’t miss it, buy it now before resellers get ahold of it:
              • spiritualize's avatar
                spiritualize
                anyone else's ship without the bob dylan 7inch? i emailed the customer service, im sure they will send me one

                the las vegas show is mind blowing. i am not a white stripes historian but it feels like some of the final moments before they were worldwide. such an awesome show, and the vault treatment is AWESOME on it.
                • CORRADINO's avatar
                  CORRADINO
                  One of the best vault packages of the last 5 years, great performance, great soundboard quality and finally stunning packaging meticulously cared for in every detail by designer Rob Jones!!!
                  • The_Vinyl_Dealer's avatar
                    Edited 3 months ago
                    This is jumping to my top tier of TMV releases. Flawless pressing, stellar mastering, great bonuses, great package, and a truly unhinged White Stripes performance!!! The weird but awesome 45 of Dylan and White doing Ball and Biscuit was the icing on the cake.

                    Also the shipping container on this was flawless!
                    • cinnamatron's avatar
                      cinnamatron
                      This show sounds frickin fantastic. Great package design by Rob Jones toboot

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