The White Stripes Greatest Hits

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Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Let’s Shake Hands
recording of:
Let’s Shake Hands
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
32:04
2The Big Three Killed My Baby
engineer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
co-producer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg White
guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2001)
recorded at:
Ghetto Recorders in Detroit, United States (in 1999-01)
recording of:
The Big Three Killed My Baby (in 1999-01)
writer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.252:29
3Fell in Love With a Girl
music videos:
Fell in Love With a Girl (music video) by The White Stripes
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 26)
recording of:
Fell in Love With a Girl
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
3.61:50
4Hello Operator
recording engineer and producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg
guitar [guitars]:
Jack (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
harmonica:
John Szymanski
vocals:
Jack (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recorded at:
Third Man Studios (former location, a.k.a. 1203 Ferdinand Street) in Detroit, United States
mixed at:
Ghetto Recorders in Detroit, United States
recording of:
Hello Operator
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
2.952:36
5I’m Slowly Turning Into You
recording of:
I’m Slowly Turning Into You
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
44:35
6The Hardest Button to Button
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney (in 2002-04)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 295)
recording of:
The Hardest Button to Button
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.653:32
7The Nurse
recording engineer:
Matthew Kettle
assistant engineer:
Adam Hill
engineer:
John Hampton (engineer, producer)
producer and mixer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recording of:
Nurse
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
23:47
8Screwdriver
engineer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
co-producer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg White
guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2001)
recorded at:
Third Man Studios (former location, a.k.a. 1203 Ferdinand Street) in Detroit, United States
recording of:
Screwdriver
writer and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
43:14
9Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 192)
recording of:
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
writer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
3.453:04
10Death Letter
recording engineer and producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg
guitar:
Jack (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recorded at:
Third Man Studios (former location, a.k.a. 1203 Ferdinand Street) in Detroit, United States
mixed at:
Ghetto Recorders in Detroit, United States
cover recording of:
Death Letter
lyricist and composer:
Son House
publisher:
Sondick Music
4.054:30
11We’re Going to Be Friends
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
acoustic guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recording of:
We’re Going to Be Friends
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
3.952:22
12The Denial Twist
recording engineer:
Matthew Kettle
assistant engineer:
Adam Hill
engineer:
John Hampton (engineer, producer)
producer and mixer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recording of:
Denial Twist
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
3.52:36
13I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself
recording engineer:
Miti Adhikari
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios in Paddington
cover recording of:
I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself
lyricist:
Hal David
composer and arranger:
Burt Bacharach
publisher:
Belinda Canada Music, Quartet Music, US Songs and Warner/Chappell
42:46
14Astro
engineer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
co-producer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg White
guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2001)
recorded at:
Third Man Studios (former location, a.k.a. 1203 Ferdinand Street) in Detroit, United States
recording of:
Astro
writer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
2.352:42
15Conquest
trumpet:
Régulo Aldama
cover recording of:
Conquest
lyricist and composer:
Corky Robbins
publisher:
Lear Music and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
42:48
16Jolene
cover recording of:
Jolene
lyricist and composer:
Dolly Parton
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Owepar Publishing Inc. and Velvet Apple Music
3:17
17Hotel Yorba
producer and mixer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
acoustic guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
percussion and background vocals:
Meg White
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recording of:
Hotel Yorba
writer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
3.452:10
18Apple Blossom
recording engineer and producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg
guitar [guitars] and piano:
Jack (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recorded at:
Third Man Studios (former location, a.k.a. 1203 Ferdinand Street) in Detroit, United States
mixed at:
Ghetto Recorders in Detroit, United States
recording of:
Apple Blossom
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.152:13
19Blue Orchid
recording engineer:
Matthew Kettle
assistant engineer:
Adam Hill
engineer:
John Hampton (engineer, producer)
producer and mixer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recording of:
Blue Orchid
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
3.62:37
20Ball and Biscuit
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Ball and Biscuit
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.757:19
21I Fought Piranhas
engineer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
co-producer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist)
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg White
guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
slide guitar [2nd slide guitar]:
Johnny Walker of The Soledad Brothers (guitarist)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2001)
recorded at:
Ghetto Recorders in Detroit, United States (in 1999-01)
recording of:
I Fought Piranhas (in 1999-01)
writer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.53:07
22I Think I Smell a Rat
recording of:
I Think I Smell a Rat
writer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
2.952:05
23Icky Thump
music videos:
Icky Thump by The White Stripes
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 83)
recording of:
Icky Thump
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
4.14:15
24My Doorbell
recording engineer:
Matthew Kettle
assistant engineer:
Adam Hill
engineer:
John Hampton (engineer, producer)
producer and mixer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recording of:
My Doorbell
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
3.754:02
25You’re Pretty Good Looking (for a Girl)
recording engineer and producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Jim Diamond (Detroit producer/engineer/bassist) and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Meg White
guitar:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
recorded at:
Third Man Studios (former location, a.k.a. 1203 Ferdinand Street) in Detroit, United States
mixed at:
Ghetto Recorders in Detroit, United States
recording of:
You’re Pretty Good Looking
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.351:50
26Seven Nation Army
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney (in 2002-04)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 1), Sean Michaels: The Top 30 Songs of 2003 (number: 28) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 36)
recording of:
Seven Nation Army
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.953:52

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Release

photography:Pieter M. van Hattem
miscellaneous support:Ian Montone (legal) (task: management)
design:Jordan Williams (design)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/16301518 [info]