As we all know, Jack White of The White Stripes is a different kind of dude. Eclectic would be a good word to describe him. Fans will soon be treated to a look inside the world of Jack White and his collection of “crazy stuff” — as it’s described in the preview — on next week’s episode of ‘American Pickers...
This could end up as the oddest musical pairing of 2011 — or at the very least, the oddest song of the year.
Former White Stripes leader Jack White has joined forces with the Insane Clown Posse to produce the rap duo’s new single, ‘Leck Mich Im Arsch,’ a supposed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart song with a title that translates in English to ‘Lick Me in the Arse.’
The White Stripes recorded two cover songs that you've only heard if you were a platinum subscriber to Jack White's Third Man Records, and if you have a record player. Other than that, these songs haven't seen the light of day. The tracks are Love's 'Signed DC' from 1966 and Otis Redding's 'I've Been Loving You Too Long' from 1965. Audio after the jump!