The White Stripes will be reissuing two of their singles as special edition vinyls for this year's Record Store Day.
Third Man Records will be releasing two of the band's early tracks on the 21st April.
One side of the red/black swirl vinyl boasts 'Handsprings', whilst the reverse plays host to 'Red Death at 6:14'.
The former track was originally released as a split-single with The Dirtbombs, whilst the latter was originally available on the Jack White-produced compilation 'Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit'.
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