Last Tuesday night, Jack performed The White Stripes’ “We’re Going To Be Friends,” “Sugar Never Tasted So Good,” and “Just One Drink” on BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland. Head on over to Pitchfork to watch the latter two, plus an interview with Jools. Or, watch “We’re Going To Be Friends” below…
JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016 charted at No. 1 for Vinyl Albums via Billboard with 12,000 copies now spinning on turntables across the US, a chart position Lazaretto also achieved in 2014. The acoustic compilation also charted at No. 8 in the Top 200, with 32,000 sold. Full list of top chart positions below:
US Vinyl Albums: #1
Billboard Top 200: #8
US Top Album Sales: #5
US Physical Album Sales: #3
US Digital Albums: #10
US Alternative Albums: #3
US Americana/Folk Albums: #2
US Top Rock Albums: #4
The double vinyl LP sold especially well, with 12,000 copies now spinning on turntables across the US, making for a debut at No. 1 on the Vinyl Albums chart.
Third Man Records congratulates Jack, The Raconteurs, and the White Stripes (all of whom have songs on the compilation, including a previously unheard White Stripes track “City Lights” and an unreleased version of The Raconteurs’ “Carolina Drama”) for this much deserved release week success.
If you haven’t already purchased JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016, choose your format and do so here.
If you haven’t already purchased Jack’s new acoustic compilation, it’s available now on LP/CD/digital, and here’s what critics are saying…