Jack White sets new world record by recording album in less than 4 hours

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Mumbai: Jack White has become the first person to record the world’s fastest music release. According to Contactmusic, It took Jack White three hours, 55 minutes, and 21 seconds to set a new world record.

As a part of Record Store Day festivities, White performed the title track of his upcoming album, Lazaretto. Immediately after White’s performance, master recordings of the show were delivered to United Record Pressing, which began pressing vinyl 45s using pictures of the show as sleeves.

By recording, pressing and releasing the album in less than four hours, Jack White broke the Guinness World Record set by Swiss polka trio Vollgas Kompanie.

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