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The White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan Album FLAC

  • Performer: The White Stripes
  • Album: Get Behind Me Satan
  • Label: Third Man Records
  • Catalog #: TMR-300
  • MP3: 2617 mb | FLAC: 1707 mb
  • Released: 18 Apr 2015
  • Country: US
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Blues Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 118
  • Category: Rock
The White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan Album FLAC


1White Moon
2As Ugly As I Seem
3Red Rain
4Forever For Her (Is Over For Me)
5The Nurse
6Blue Orchid
7I'm Lonely (But I Ain't That Lonely Yet)
8Little Ghost
9The Denial Twist
10Take, Take, Take
11Passive Manipulation
12My Doorbell
13Instinct Blues


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
63881-27256-2The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan ‎(CD, Album)V263881-27256-2US2005
512140-2The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan ‎(CD, Album, RE)Third Man Records, Warner Bros. Records512140-2US2008
XLCD 191The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan ‎(CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD 191Scandinavia2005
0946 331257 2 8The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan ‎(CD, Album)XL Recordings0946 331257 2 82005
2995-2The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan ‎(CD, Album)Sum Records 2995-2Brazil2005


  • ArtworkTrent Thibodeaux
  • Mastered By [Vinyl]WG
  • Photography By [Assistant]Nick Pavey
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photo]David Swanson
  • Photography By [Cover]Ewen Spencer
  • Recorded ByMatthew Kettle
  • Written-By, ProducerJack White


Record Store Day 2015 Limited Release.

First commercial vinyl release to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Get Behind Me Satan.
180-gram double LP, one Red and one White in a sleeve with a 3D lenticular cover gatefold (alternating between the album cover and the Blue Orchid single cover) with brand new artwork with inner sleeves.
Comes with MP3 download code of the album.


  • Barcode (sticker): 8 13547 02006 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): TMR-300 A Set II GAP BAND MAKES ME WANNA PLAY FESTS ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): TMR 300-B2 SET1 FALLING BELLS PERFECT ACCIDENT ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched): TMR-300-C2 SNEAK ON THROUGH THE DOORBELL ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched): TMR-300-D2 SET 1 FIVE DOGS, TWO CATS, FOUR ROOMMATES ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Manufactured By – United Record Pressing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Third Man Records, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Third Man Records, LLC
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Published By – Peppermint Stripe Music
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing
  • Recorded At – Third Man Studio
  • Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions



Get Behind Me Satan is the fifth studio album by the American rock duo the White Stripes, released on June 7, 2005, on V2 Records. Though still basic in production style, the album marked a distinct change from its guitar-heavy 2003 predecessor, Elephant. With its reliance on piano-driven melodies and experimentation with marimba on The Nurse and Forever For Her Is Over For Me, Get Behind Me Satan plays down the punk, garage rock and blues influences that dominated earlier White Stripes albums. Get Behind Me Satan - The White Stripes. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 2005 13 Songs. The White Stripes Essentials. Jack White Essentials. Rock Hits: 2006. Listen album. Alternative Rock. The White Stripes. The White Stripes - White Moon. The White Stripes - Instinct Blues. Get Behind Me Satan. WMG, Audiam Label, Beggars от лица компании XL BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 4. Get Behind Me Satan is the fifth studio album by American alternative rock band The White Stripes, released on June 7, 2005, on V2 Records. Frontman Jack White plays with different technique tha read more. According to Jack White, Get Behind Me Satan deals with characters and the ideal of truth, but in truth, the album is just as much about what people expect from the White Stripes and what they themselves want to deliver. Advance publicity for the album stated that it was written on piano, marimba, and acoustic guitar, suggesting that it was going to be a quiet retreat to the band's little room after the big sound, and bigger success, of Elephant. Then Blue Orchid, Get Behind Me Satan's lead single, arrived. Get Behind Me Satan is the fifth studio album by The White Stripes and was released in June 2005. With its reliance on piano-driven melodies and experimentation with marimba on The Nurse and Forever For Her Is Over For Me, Get Behind Me Satan downplays the blues influences that dominated earlier White Stripes albums. Frontman Jack White plays with markedly different. Get Behind Me Satan Tracklist. Blue Orchid Lyrics. An interesting note, for a long time, this was the only White Stripes album to not be released on vinyl. However, in 2015 the record was made for commercial release on standard black vinyl. Get Behind Me Satan Q&A. The White Stripes' highly anticipated 2005 outing, 'Get Behind Me Satan', features songs originally conceived in an acoustic context. Recorded at Jack White's Detroit studio, the album presents 13 songs, including the first single, 'Blue Orchid'. Their fifth album, Get Behind Me Satan is the strangest and least focused effort by these unlikely garage rock superstars to date. It's also their finest, an Exile on Main Street-ish mish-mash where the sum is greater than the parts. In a market increasingly driven by singles and downloads, it's

The White Stripes an hour ago on facebook:"The White Stripes pivotal record Get Behind Me Satan has never been released commercially on standard black vinyl... until now! Starting on Black Friday, the double LP will remain in print in perpetuity. Head to your local, independent record store on November 25th to pick up your copy or purchase online via thirdmanstore.com."
it is out now. According to the ThirdManStore the pressing is from United Record Pressing out of Nashville. That plant has QC issues. Looking forward to others sharing their experience of this pressing. Hope springs eternal that they might press this LP at the Detroit Third Man Records plant at some point.
Happy happy joy joy. TMR is fashionably late as usual.
greed style
They must be intentionally delaying the release of the black vinyl. The remaster has though already been cut for the 2015 rsd, so all they need to do is get it pressed which should be relatively easy...
I just found myself a perfect copy for $50 so I'm pretty happy with myself. Sounds fantastic. Highly recommended
I'm disappointed with this release. Fantastic album, noisy/poorly pressed vinyl. For the amount being charged for this on RSD, and for it being a "First time ever on Vinyl" release, I expected so much more. The visual presentation is nice, the velvety cover is a nice touch. I've come to expect so much from TMR, but between this, the poor sound quality of the 'Lazaretto Ultra LP', and the terrible quality of The Dead Weather's 'Dodge and Burn' LP (mine was riddled with way too many loud pops despite looking very clean), I've become wary of getting any other TMR releases before researching extensively.
It's been on vinyl before. You should see what they are getting for those!
Is the black pressing ever going to be released? It was supposed to be in 2015
I'm waiting for it to hit Amazon.ca in Canada. It's been long enough, I can wait until the end of the year now. Hopefully it actually gets released.
wondering if I should wait for it to be offered through TMR and/or the Vault...what are other people planning to do?
I saw pre orders for this on premium vinyl sites a few weeks ago. But, as of today it's available for pre order on Amazon (US).
Thanks. Hopefully that means others vendors will start preordering or has this preorder been around since the Red/White vinyl?Shipping is $30 to Canada, making it about the same price as some of the low end ebay offerings of the LE edition.
musicdirect is offering it for preorder on it's website as of 4-15-2016
This is technically a first pressing, not reissue. But considering it's not black vinyl, I'd rather it be listed this way. Patiently waiting for the first pressing of quality sounding black vinyl to be released
Couldn't find it anywhere else, and arrived quickly and in perfect condition. 5 stars
Any thoughts/opinions on the track switching between As Ugly As I Seem and Little Ghost? Seems trivial and silly to me.
MusicNerdB52 Any thoughts/opinions on the track switching between As Ugly As I Seem and Little Ghost? Seems trivial and silly to me. The track-order switch was there on the original 2005 promo vinyl too (the label photos on Discogs show it), and TMR for whatever reason chose to replicate it on this reissue, I guess to try to pass off an aura of 'authenticity'. I too think it's unnecessary. I can understand a track order change when the original artist-intended tracklisting as released on CD would be unable to yield uniform vinyl side lengths (see Chromeo's White Women and better yet Sylvian & Fripp's The First Day).... which is not the case with GBMS. The track switch throws off the side lengths by several minutes, in fact. Didn't make sense in 2005, and doesn't make sense now.
I think it is terrible -totally throws off the vibe I am used to on a listen through when Little Ghost doesn't come on. Not to mention that there are a few seconds in between each track on this pressing, where as every cd version or what have you I have ever listened to, the tracks just go right into each other, and it is perfect and necessary IMO, especially on those first few. The abrupt song change has always been an important and unique little detail to me, and for it to be gone, I own this pressing and I can't even listen to it. I want to sell it and buy one of the bootlegs for a little bit more. Anyone i have talked to who owns it feels the same way and I wonder if it has anything to do with the delay in the black pressing.
Still annoyed that I had this and put it back on the shelf at RSD. Silly mistake!
Where's the black repress?
I hope so
Bullmoose has the release date listed as 1/31/2016, it's ridiculous that it's taking this long.
The one record I wanted from RSD 2015 but I never got. Shame, really. Would've looked good next to my beloved RSD 2013 copy of Elephant. With prices as they are, this will always be the one that got away. Sigh.
25max,that.s why I'm waiting for the non-hipster black wax press
How much would you find acceptable to pay for it?
It's hard to believe that this record is still demanding such high dollar. Something tells me the release of the unlimited, black vinyl won't change that much at all. I felt foolish for buying it for $70 on eBay the day it came out but looks like it wasn't a terrible deal at all. (I am living in the sticks temporarily and the closest wreckastow is a long hall.
shop radio cast now has pre-orders for the 2LP black vinyl version to be released next month. $29.99 currently. As promised by Third Man Records, a more widely available version is on the way.
I had the one and only copy of this in my fingertips on RSD, and it was snagged from me and passed back to someone else and quickly paid for at the counter. I saw how much they were going for online and decided that was too much to pay. Surprisingly, I received a copy as a gift from a student of mine. I was looking it over, and I noticed the inscription on side D is different than listed here. Below is what mine says. The difference is subtle. Matrix / Runout (Side D): TMR-300-D SET II FIVE DOGS, TWO CATS, FOUR ROOMMATES ⓤ WG/NRP
Answer this sellers. This was a RDS release right? So if you're selling this on here that means you went to a record store and got in line in front of white stripe fans to buy this album and resale it at a profit? I'm glad you are able to profit off of others talents.
energy breath
LOL Not that I've sold mine; nor have I opened it. But maybe some fans are able to check their emotions long enough to put $$$ back in the bank. Jack white already made his profit over the past eleven years. This record is an asset; the owner has every legal right to sell it for profit. The question was asked...
It's getting a wider release later this year on plain black vinyl with the original non-holographic cover. No need to pay the RSD prices. Just be patient. If you've waited this long, then just wait a few more months for what will probably be an equally good or perhaps better, less noisy pressing.
Mine came with C/D labels on both records. Was wondering if anyone got C/D labels on both records?
Lahorns Gods
Mine did also and my friends too, so dw not the only person haha.
Nobody knows how many copies because it was unannounced. Unless, of course, you work at united and were part of the production. That flipper selling it for 79.50 says in his description that it was a limited 2,000... Ha. Like he knows. I have seen rumors that it was as low as 1500 to as much as 30,000 worldwide. So, your guess it's as good as mine.
The store I got mine had so many copies, that they had leftovers after RSD. But then again it was a Newbury Comics and I think they ordered the maximum amount allowed for each of their locations, and then redistributed the stock based on which of their locations are more popular.
My store had 50 copies alone, I've heard that other stores received similar sized shipments of 40 or 50 units (this is is Canada, I can't speak for distribution elsewhere). Based on that fact and how popular White Stripes stuff is, I'd speculate that at least 15,000 copies were pressed, but more realistically I think the actual number is closer to 30,000. Although I do think that the "flipper" prices on here and elsewhere are absurd, these did retail for $50, somebody asking $70 for a record that many collectors want doesn't seem that unreasonable to me. Anything in and around $100 is yes absurd though...
Anyone knows how many copied was pressed of this release?
Did anybody find a misprint on the spine "Get Behind Me Stan" http://imgur.com/tSZyQcq
Stan is one tough dude.
I have a copy that has the labels for side C and D on both LPs.
Hah, reddit's /r/vinyl forum seemed to have a laugh about it when the misprint rumour spread, but I didn't actually think it was true.
80$ for an album who is musically average, LOL!! Hope shameless sellers never sell them! I prefer some unofficial live with better songs and crazy impro and not so bad sound!!
I dont know why some people downplay this album. Personally this is my favorite. Yes De Stijl and WBC are their best, but there is something special about this album. You can see Jack White feeling confined within the walls of the White Stripes, and him desperately trying to break past through. The result is some of their most enigmatic and diverse music they've produced. Talk all you want about flippers, but no need to drag the music into this hah.
Longitude Temporary
Does anyone know who the other two people are on the front lenticular cover? I'm aware they are on the Blue Orchid 7" cover as well, but who are they?
They were supposed to be Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci, but they weren't available, so they are just some random actors. Really, that's the story from Jack himself. He said it in a chat thing with fans just recently. Who knows if he's just messing with us. I do think it's a little odd that these seemingly totally random people keep popping up on the Blue Orchid Cover and now this one.
I heard this album sounded absolutely spectacular with this pressing. Lot's of outstanding reviews in the YouTube Vinyl Community.
Records sound great, if not a little noisy at times but colored vinyl never seems to be completely quiet and the aesthetic pleasure of the beautiful vivid colors and beautifully paired labels make up for that nit picky observation. Honestly I've never liked lenticular covers on anything, it just feels cheesy to me but it's not as bad as I've seen on some other releases, besides these minor indiscretions dealing with personal taste the album is great and worth owning for sure.
I suppose this is a good general guide, but I have marbled pink vinyl, clear vinyl, white vinyl, and blue/black swirl vinyl that sounds amazing. Noise free. Maybe it all depends on the manufacturer, whether or not it's virgin vinyl, etc...
Wild Python
That is because colored vinyl is a poorer sound quality than black, especially marbled or mixed color vinyl. However if your album is mastered louder than it will reduce the noise. That is why for the most part you see 180gm audiophile on black virgin vinyl. I know QRP is making some of the deadest vinyl out there today, some say comparable with the old Japanese JVC super vinyl. Below is the chart from Gotta Groove Records that explains background noise on a scale. SOUND CHARACTERISTICS OF VINYL COLORS*(Surface noise 1= quietest / 8 = noisiest)1. Standard Black4. Transparent Colors (Blue, Green, Clear, Gold [orange], Transparent Red, Coke Clear, Fluorescent Colors)6. Non-Mixed Opaque Colors (Pink, Red, Yellow, Violet, Brown)7. White7. Opaque Mix (Mixing opaque and translucent color(s) in particular; and also tend to have visible “staining” after a few hundred records, which can be seen in certain light).7-8. Random Color / Recycled Color Shades8. Split Color / Splatter Color / other hand-made colors8-10. Glow In The Dark / Glitter Records
lol god i love record store day
My record store sold out but somehow found a copy taht wasn't sold and announced it on twitter. Luckily I live down the street and snagged it! Hate seeing them on ebay for $100+ >:o
Scoreboard Bleeding
Both records of my copy have the c/d labels.
Not normal, mine is correct. However I have seen many people with this issue with this press. Keep it, it's a one-off!
Mine as well.
mine didnt come with a download card..
Mine came with one, but it said it was already used :/
You can email URPressing about that and they'll send you one, go to the downloads page and follow the instructions
Error parents
Are you sure? Mine was wedged down into the binding. It was kinda hard to remove but it was in there.
Nor did mine.
Side three on my copy is defective. There is constant static all the way through...
Very Old Chap
The tracks have around 3 seconds of silence between each track. It's more obvious in the first three tracks. I wish it was like the CD with abrupt transitions with no gaps.
yeah that bothers the hell out of me. also the tracklisting changes
got mine for $45. definetly not selling, awesome record. how many were made though?
I don't know how many were pressed, but it's the best selling record of RSD 2015http://www.factmag.com/2015/04/21/here-are-the-best-selling-vinyl-releases-for-record-store-day-2015/
sunrise bird
I read somewhere online that it was limited to 2000 copies. I do have a feeling though that there were far more than 2000 pressings.
Way too many to justify a price north of $50..... especially considering they are going to release it again on black vinyl soon.
"For those unable to scoop up a copy, the album will be released with standard artwork on black vinyl later this year.Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/white-stripes-prep-get-behind-me-satan-for-first-vinyl-release-20150303#ixzz3XfnxTjFk "
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Got mine, queued for it the proper way. Will not be selling it, it's a work of art and sounds wonderful
Best West
Good stuff. The way it should be.
This is shameful, but I can't say I'm in the least bit surprised. Happens every year.
its dumb.
JESUS!!! Not even Record Store Day yet - and people are already selling at ridiculous prices!!! SHAME ON YOU!!!
Why are copies on sale before RSD? Thought RSD was about supporting the shops, not selling online before the day itself.
RRP £29.99 do not pay more.
Billy Granson
Got mine for $55 in the US
Got mine for 47€ in France which is (with current rates) 33£ or 50$.The worst are the "real shops" that sell it online at ridiculous prices.
you are correct it was £39.99 in the end. I queued for hours and got the last copy at my local store :)
It was in most stores for sale at $100-120
Most record stores I saw it at sold it or £39,99!!
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