Liquid Filled LP

Conceptualized by White and executed by the vinyl wizards at United Record Pressing in Nashville, the 12-inch single of “Sixteen Saltines” is the first-ever commercially released liquid-filled vinyl record. Additionally, the b-side features a playable etching of the Third Man logo, utilizing a process masterminded by George Ingram at Nashville Record Productions.

Liquid-filled records have since become a cottage industry for the likes of underground labels like Waxwork Records and Romanus Records, taking the idea pioneered by Third Man and running with it to create a whole new subgenre of wild experimentation and limited edition furor.