Jack White Explains Triple-Decker Vinyl on New VH1 Show

'For What It's Worth' visits the rocker's Third Man Records studio

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Jack White is an extensive vinyl collector, and on the new VH1 Classic show For What It's Worth, the rocker welcomed the hosts of the show – including Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate – to his Third Man Records studio, where he explained the idea behind Third Man's collectable triple decker vinyl releases.

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The triple-deckers contain a seven-inch single hidden within two separate 12-inch records glued together. White poses the dilemma of what's more important to a collector: preserving the outside 12-inch, leaving the single forever encased inside, or breaking open the record to get at the bonus track.

For What It's Worth premieres tonight at 10 p.m. EST.