Detroit rock troupe The Go's debut album is getting a 20th anniversary celebration -- courtesy of the band's most famous former member.
Jack White's Third Man Records will re-release The Go's "Whatcha Doin'" as part of the label's subscription Vault series. White, who was the group's lead guitarist at the time, remixed the album from the original tapes, updating it with "the creme de la creme of studio gear unavailable to the band back in 1999. The album will come out on "summer sun" yellow colored vinyl and will be packaged with an album of "Attic Demos" and a 7-inch single featuring alternative takes of two fo the songs, as well as a photo book, "The Go in Black and White."
The Go formed during 1996 and has released seven studio albums. Back in 2016 Third Man also released a Go concert set, "Live at the Gold Dollar," as part of another Vault package. The group has been on hiatus, but it's music has been licensed to TV show ssuch as "Entourage," "My Name is Earl" and others and has been used in advertisements worldwide.
Those wishing to obtain the "Whatcha Doin'" can join Vault through July 31 via thirdmanrecords.com. White and his band the Raconteurs will begin their upoming North American tour on July 12-13 at Detroit's Masonic Temple Auditorium. The group's new album, "Help Us Stranger," recently debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
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