Jack White breaks record for world's fastest studio-to-store record

By Chelsea Lewis ,

Jack White has broken the record for the world's fastest studio-to-store production of his latest single. This whole process started around 10 a.m. on Saturday morning when White took the stage at his Third Man's blue room in its Nashville studios.

Billboard reported that once the performance was complete the masters had to be rushed over to United Record Pressing, which immediately began pressing the records.

The record included album art, which was chosen from pictures that were taken during the very intimate performance. The finalized records had to be rushed back to the venue were fans were waiting in line to purchase the album, Associated Press added.

White even returned to the store waving in the air the final product and selling the record to fans.

The whole process from start to finish took 3 hours, 55 minutes and 21 seconds. After the accomplishment had been reached Third Man also tweeted that they would be posting a video recap of the whole process later today.



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