When Conan O'Brien visited Jack White's Third Man Records in Nashville this past June and performed an impromptu concert with his Legally Prohibited touring band, he also recorded an improvised spoken-word take on the Frankenstein story titled "And They Call Me Mad?" On Tuesday, August 24th, that narrative will be released on 7" vinyl, with a B-side on which White interviews O'Brien. Hear a snippet of O'Brien's hilarious storytelling over at Third Man Records.
Third Man also pressed 150 limited-edition tri-color versions of the 7", 100 of which will be sold exclusively through Third Man's Nashville outpost for $100 each, with the proceeds going to charity. The remaining 50 records will be shipped randomly to fans enrolled in Third Man's subscription service. Conan's Live at Third Man concert, which features a cover of the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" and a cameo by Jack White, is also available now on vinyl.
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