Third Man Records' rolling record store visits Minneapolis

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Jack White of The White Stripes has always been a musical innovator, and his Nashville-based record label Third Man likes to push the boundaries as well. 

White's latest innovation is a food truck-style rolling record store, which has been traveling from town to town, hocking new releases from the label as well as hard-to-find vintage rarities.

GoMN caught up with the rolling record store on it's way through Minneapolis, which naturally included a stop at the legendary Electric Fetus. 

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