Tuesday, July 1, 2014

The White Stripes - Hand Springs

The White Stripes' Hand Springs was originally released as the A-Side side of a split single in 2000 on Extraball Records. A group called The Dirt Bombs got the other side. It was released in a batch of only 2000 and given away free with Multiball fanzine, a Pinball fanatics wet dream of a publication. The single was released to a larger audience on Third Man Records in 2012. That's what you see here.

It's one bitchin' number from the always creative, Jack White. Meg White, of course, outshines Hal Blaine, Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, and Gene Krupa with all their combined talents.
Until next time, we'll see you On The Flip-Side!


  1. Replies
    1. It is great. Just like Meg's groundbreaking drumming. Did you know she is the one who taught Buddy Rich how to beat the skins?

    2. Didn't know that! That's why I love this blog!

    3. That's right. We're here to inform...even when it's not conceivably true.