Jack White’s Blunderbuss Now Streaming


Jack White, ever gracious and kind musician he is, has made his debut solo album Blunderbuss available for streaming through iTunes—over a week before its April 24 release and ahead of the scheduled 9 pm ET release.

Follow this link to the stream. It will open iTunes to a full length stream of the album, much like the Shins with their recent release, Port of Morrow. The full album comes in at just over 44 minutes.

White, among the most popular musicians of this 21st century and member of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather, began his solo career February 2011 with the official break-up of The White Stripes. He has so far released two singles, “Love Interruption” and “Sixteen Saltines”—its strange music video is below—and appeared on Saturday Night Live. He will be headlining Chicago’s Lollapalooza this year.

The album will be released through Jack White’s own Third Man records and comes after the album leaked yesterday. If you pre-order the album now through iTunes, “Sixteen Saltines” will be added to your library immediately.

Tracklist
“Missing Pieces” – 3:27
“Sixteen Saltines” – 2:37
“Freedom at 21″ – 2:51
“Love Interruption” – 2:38
“Blunderbuss” – 3:06
“Hypocritical Kiss” – 2:50
“Weep Themselves to Sleep” – 4:19
“I’m Shakin’” – 3:00
“Trash Tongue Talker” – 3:20
“Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy” – 3:03
“I Guess I Should Go to Sleep” – 2:37
“On and On and On” – 3:55
“Take Me with You When You Go” – 4:10


Attribution

Image and Information via Jack White’s Site
And thanks to fellow editor Kris Ward for the tip off for the early release.


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