Two unreleased White Stripes tracks from 1997 surface online

Covers of Love and Otis Redding escape Jack White's Vault

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At the KROQ Weenie Roast 2003

At the KROQ Weenie Roast 2003
(Image: © Branimir Kvartuc/ZUMA/Corbis)

The White Stripes

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At the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival 2007

At the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, 2007
(Image: © Tim Mosenfelder/Corbis)

The White Stripes

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At Los Angeles Radio Station KROQ concert 2005

At Los Angeles Radio Station KROQ concert, 2005
(Image: © Jody Cortes/Corbis)

The White Stripes

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At the abandoned Tennessee State Prison in Nashville 2007

At the abandoned Tennessee State Prison in Nashville, 2007
(Image: © Phil Mucci/Retna Ltd./Corbis)

The White Stripes

Two previously unreleased White Stripes tracks - covers of Love's Signed DC and Otis Redding's I've Been Loving You Too Long - have surfaced online, and can be streamed below.

The now defunct duo recorded both songs way back in 1997 before the release of their first single - hence why they sound so fresh.

The tracks where recently dispatched on a 7" to subscribers of Jack White's Third Man Records' Vault series.

Listen: The White Stripes - I've Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding cover)

Listen: The White Stripes - Signed DC (Love cover)