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Jack White (2)Lazaretto

Label:Third Man Records – TMR-271
Vinyl, LP, Album, Etched, Ultra LP
Style:Alternative Rock, Blues Rock, Country Rock


A1Three Women
BassDominic Davis
DrumsDaru Jones
Mandolin, Harmonica, Backing VocalsCory Younts
Organ [B3], KeyboardsIkey Owens*
Pedal Steel GuitarFats Kaplin
Vocals, PianoJack White (2)
Written ByJack White/Blind Willie McTell
BassDominic Davis
DrumsDaru Jones
FiddleFats Kaplin
Synth [Korg]Cory Younts
Synth [Moog]Ikey Owens*
Vocals, Electric GuitarJack White (2)
A3Temporary Ground
DrumsCarla Azar
Fiddle, Backing VocalsLillie Mae Rische
Pedal Steel GuitarMaggie Björklund*
PianoBrooke Waggoner
Vocals, Acoustic GuitarJack White (2)
A4Would You Fight For My Love?
Backing VocalsRuby Amanfu
Drum [African]Olivia Jean
DrumsDaru Jones
Drums, TimpaniCarla Azar
Electric BassDominic Davis
Electric GuitarDean Fertita
Electric Upright BassBryne Davies*
FiddleFats Kaplin
Organ [B3], Electric Piano [Rhodes]Ikey Owens*
PianoCory Younts
Piano, Organ [B3], Synth [Moog]Brooke Waggoner
Vocals, Electric GuitarJack White (2)
A5High Ball Stepper
Backing Vocals, TambourineRuby Amanfu
DrumsCarla Azar
Electric GuitarJack White (2)
Pedal Steel GuitarMaggie Björklund*
PianoBrooke Waggoner
Written-By [Uncredited]Curtis Mayfield
BA1Just One Drink
Acoustic GuitarMaggie Björklund*
Backing VocalsJoshua V. Smith, Ruby Amanfu
DrumsCarla Azar
PianoBrooke Waggoner
Recorded By [Assistant]Joshua V. Smith
Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [Intro]Jack White (2)
BB1Just One Drink
Acoustic GuitarMaggie Björklund*
Backing VocalsJoshua V. Smith, Ruby Amanfu
DrumsCarla Azar
PianoBrooke Waggoner
Recorded By [Assistant]Joshua V. Smith
Vocals, Electric GuitarJack White (2)
B2Alone In My Home
Backing VocalsLillie Mae Rische
Backing Vocals, ShakerCory Younts
DrumsBen Blackwell
Electric Bass, Electric Bass [VI]Dominic Davis
MandolinFats Kaplin
PianoIkey Owens*
Recorded By [Assistant]Mindy Watts
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Maracas, ShakerJack White (2)
B3That Black Bat Licorice
Backing VocalsOlivia Jean, Ruby Amanfu
Clavinet, Organ [Hammond]Brooke Waggoner
DrumsPatrick Keeler
Electric Upright BassBryne Davies*
Fiddle, MandolinFats Kaplin
Vocals, Electric Guitar, PercussionJack White (2)
DrumsBen Blackwell
Electric Upright BassDominic Davis
Mandolin, Backing VocalsCory Younts
Pedal Steel GuitarFats Kaplin
PianoIkey Owens*
Vocals, Acoustic GuitarJack White (2)
B5I Think I Found The Culprit
Backing Vocals, ShakerRuby Amanfu
DrumsCarla Azar
Fiddle, MandolinLillie Mae Rische
Pedal Steel GuitarMaggie Björklund*
PianoBrooke Waggoner
Vocals, Acoustic GuitarJack White (2)
B6Want And Able
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, PianoJack White (2)

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The record was pressed in the U.S. and distributed worldwide. So some copies might have different hype stickers on shrink wrap (from the country of distribution).

"Ultra LP" release featuring several special features:
· Tracks A6 and B7 are locked grooves featuring elements from their respective previous tracks. "High Ball Stepper" doesn't end with a faded-out distortion as in the digital versions, it is locked instead.
· Tracks A7 and B8 are hidden tracks pressed on their sides' labels, and play at 78 RPM and 45 RPM respectively, thus making the LP a three speed record.
· Side A's groove is inverted and plays from the inside out.
· "Just One Drink" consists of two different intros, each in its own groove, with both connecting at the body of the song. BA1 is acoustic, BB1 is electric.
· Side B has a matte finish, giving the appearance of an un-played 78 RPM record.
· Vinyl is pressed in flat-edged format.
· Dead wax area on Side A contains a hand-etched hologram by Tristan Duke of Infinity Light Science, the first of its kind on a vinyl record.
· Tracks B3 and B4 are swapped in comparison to the digital editions, and B2 features a slightly longer intro.
· The vinyl was mastered entirely from analog sources with no additional compression used.

Tracks A1 to A5 and BA1/BB1 to B6 are listed continuously from 1 to 11 and play at 33 ⅓ RPM.
Track A7 is an uncredited reworking of 'Pusherman', originally by Curtis Mayfield.
Durations unlisted, approximates obtained by digitizing the vinyl audio.

Jacket features Soft Touch aqueous coating. Record comes in die-cut black paper poly sleeve. Also included are an insert with lyrics and credits, and a digital download card for the album in MP3 format, which also shows info about the hologram.

Some copies have the same label on both sides of record.


Published by Third String Tunes (BMI)

Recorded at Third Man Studio in Nashville, TN 2012-2014

Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering Studios in Portland, ME

Additional Photography: Lewis Hine, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration (photo no. 102-LH-1919)

Jack White is exclusively managed by Ian Montone at Monotone, Inc.

Lazaretto is dedicated to: Florence Green, Voltairine de Cleyre, and Amazing Grace Hopper

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink wrap): 8 88430 63981 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Runout side B, etched): TMR • 271 - B KITCHEN SINK XI
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Runout side B, etched): TMR • 271 - B KITCHEN SINK
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3: Runout side B, etched): TMR • 271 - B ΘT KITCHEN SINK XI
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4: Runout side B, etched): TMR • 271 - B KITCHEN SINK VI
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 26)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Lazaretto (LP, Album, Etched, Blue & White Split, Ultra LP, 7", 45 RPM, Blue, All Media, Limited Edition)Third Man RecordsTMR-271US2014
Lazaretto (CD, Album)Third Man Records, XL RecordingsXLCD 645Europe2014
New Submission
Lazaretto (CD, Album)Third Man Records, Columbia88843 06398 2Canada2014
Lazaretto (CD, Album)Third Man Records, Columbia88843 06398 2US2014
Lazaretto (CD, Album)Sony Records Int'lSICP-4141Japan2014
fendrfanIII's profile picture
Sonically speaking, this (and its Vault counterpart) is no revelation. It is muddy, lifeless, and dull. I find it hard to believe it was mastered all-analog by Bob Ludwig as Jack claimed in a YouTube video demonstrating this record. The gimmicks are fun, but the sound leaves so much to be desired. The standard CD sounds better by a very wide and noticeable margin, even for non-audiophiles. Its got great high end and well-defined lows with a lot more energy. The 24-bit/44.1khz Apple Music is a minor step above the CD, and the 24-bit/192khz HDTracks version is even better. Go full on digital with this one for the best listening experience.
muchorelaxo's profile picture
I like it. It’s a cool listening experience. Pressing sounds fine with me. Very interesting concept.
LordRockingham's profile picture
Any who hears this LP as having poor mastering ie lacking dynamics needs to put together a better system.
mhinojos9's profile picture
Holy cow, y’all, just reading about the grooves and the secret songs just gives me a headache. I honestly think I wouldn’t even trust myself as I never thought records would get this complex. Oh but I’m pretty sure I’m wrong and it will get waaaay more complicated than this. You’ll have grooves on grooves and grooves on the sides. Lol
NICOLAINK's profile picture
Based on Discogs statistics, this gimmick record does NOT seem to be very rare
Nearly 30 thousands people say they have got it in their collection...
iamnoteriksadul's profile picture
I’ve heard wax cylinders that sound better than this record.
RyansGoldenRecords's profile picture
Look at the pictures—notice that copies sold in Germany seem to be the ONLY ONES that actually instruct you to play Side One from the inside out, just as it is mastered.

In the rest of the world, you need to look up the TMR YouTube video to learn how to do it.

That said, I kinda like Jack for messing with our minds....
omniethnos's profile picture
This vinyl is very much a gimmick. It is cool to explore its "secrets" once, but is quickly annoying the second time around. The tracklist for the album is decent but nothing standout on it. It also isnt helped that it sounds somewhat flat throughout albeit very clear and "real" as if recorded live. I was disappointed though expecting a more dynamic mix. Pressing had a few more pops than I like but nothing terrible. 4/5 due to the quality of the mix and songs, no stars given for the shitty gimmick of being an ultra Lp...
07302's profile picture
I am glad I read these reviews. I kept trying to play side A like I would any other record. Needless to say, I was like "WTF?! This record won't play!" I even tried to call Third Man to find out about a refund or exchange. They hung up on me! HAHAHA!!! They were probably like, "OK, this album has been out how long and you don't know the story? The record plays from the inside out..." But honestly, to hang up on someone without explanation? As funny as that may be, I won't be shopping at Third Man any more. The sound quality isn't anything to be snooty about.
tomblankshot's profile picture
I finally got a girlfriend and then left her when she said the sound quality of this pressing was fine and to just please stop talking about the pressing quality and just "enjoy the music because isnt that what its all about anyway". To top it all off, as I was crying a tear drop fell onto the label of a mint original Meade "Lux" Lewis Melancholy Blues I played for the first time out of my sheer weird male frustration.