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Jack White Releases New Dead Weather Music
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 Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Jack White has announced that two new Dead Weather songs will appear on an upcoming Vault Package from his own Third Man Records.

The tunes, entitled "Buzzkill(er)" and "It's Just Too Bad," will arrive on a 7-inch vinyl single in Vault Package #21, which is available only to those who subscribe to Third Man's Vault series. Subscriptions cost $60 per quarter.

The new tracks come as Dead Weather is working on a new studio album, which will reportedly arrive sometime in 2015.

In addition to the pair of Dead Weather tracks, Vault Package #21 features the White Stripes' Live Under the Lights of the Rising Sun, a LP featuring footage from the group's first overseas trip to Japan in 2000.

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