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Weezer recorded inside Jack White’s 1947 Voice-o-Graph booth

on April 07, 2014, 1:38pm

Over the weekend, Weezer left one recording studio, only to enter another, albeit much smaller one. While in Nashville for a pair of concerts, the band visited Third Man Records and recorded a new version of Blue Album B-Side “Suzanne” inside Jack White’s 1947 Voice-o-Graph booth.

Third Man tells us that, unlike Neil Young’s forthcoming album of Voice-o-Graph recordings, the label has no plans to commercially release Weezer’s record. Instead, you’ll have to enjoy the two 15-second snippets they shared on Instagram. Check those out below.

As previously reported, Weezer is currently at work on a new studio album, their first since 2010′s Hurley. They’re in the studio with The Cars’ Ric Ocasek, who produced their blue and green self-titled albums (via Pitchfork).

Recording a vinyl disc at Third Man Records

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Rivers checks the mix on the one of a kind vinyl record the guys made in the booth at Third Man.

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