Continuing in the mission of reissuing the nuggets of the White Stripes' back catalog, Third Man plays Dr. Frankenstein/matchmaker to two stand-alone songs from the high time of the year 2000. ''Hand Springs'' was originally released as a split-single with the Dirtbombs and included free in issue #19 of Multiball magazine. ''Red Death at 6:14'' was initially released on the Jack White-produced compilation ''Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit'' and was later made available as a one-sided single from the folks at MOJO magazine. Both songs are quintessential White Stripes jams and finally pairing them together here makes (arguably) one of the best Stripes singles ever.
A: Hand Springs
B: Red Death At 6:14