Jack White Produces Insane Clown Posse Single

Stream the new song 'Leck Mich Im Arsch'

August 31, 2011 11:20 AM ET
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Jack White and the Insane Clown Posse
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Jack White has teamed up with Detroit horror-rappers Insane Clown Posse for a new single on White's Third Man Records. According to White and the ICP, the A-side "Leck Mich Im Arsch" is based on a lost piece of music penned by none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. (The title translates to "lick me in the arse.") The 7-inch single and digital download will be backed by another track called "Mountain Girl." Insane Clown Posse - Leck Mich Im Arsch by Third Man Records

As can be expected with Third Man Records, a limited-edition variant of the vinyl single will be produced. One hundred tri-color versions of the single will be available from the Third Man Rolling Record Store at the MI Fest in Brooklyn, Michigan on September 17th, and 50 others will be randomly shipped with mail orders from the label.

You can stream "Leck Mich Im Arsch" below.

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