Third Man Records has decided to switch things up a bit and do something special for Vault Package #19. This package will consist of limited colored vinyl pressings of all of the White Stripes singles from Elephant with corresponding b-sides: "Seven Nation Army" b/w "Good to Me" "I Just Don't Know What to do With Myself" b/w "Who's to Say" "The Hardest Button to Button" b/w "St. Ides of March" "There's No Home For You Here" b/w "I Fought Piranhas"/"Let's Build a Home" (Live Medley) Each of these tracks has been remastered from the original analog sources, and in the case of "St. Ides March" and "I Fought Piranhas" where there were no analog masters, Third Man used only the finest digital files they could find. The records will be pressed on clear vinyl with an added vinyl highlight color insertion of either red, black or white and coupled with a glue-pocket "soft touch aqueous coating" picture sleeve. This unique printing process makes the sleeves feel like a hybrid between rubber and lambskin. Additionally, "There's No Home For You Here," which was originally released with a generic company sleeve, gets stunning new artwork and will have all three vinyl accent colors added to the clear vinyl to make something truly exciting. Lastly, everything will come housed in a custom-made telescoping box so that these singles can forever live together with distinction in your record collection. Third Man will release each of these singles individually on standard black vinyl, with no box, to the general public later in 2014. Learn more about Vault Package #19 and sign up before the January 31st deadline HERE.