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Jack White’s Label Releasing Record From Epic ‘Parts Unknown’ Rager in Nashville

Pretend you’re partying Bourdain-style at Disgraceland

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Anthony Bourdain gets a tattoo during a Disgraceland house party scene in the Nashville episode of Parts Unknown.
Anthony Bourdain gets a tattoo during a Disgraceland house party scene in the Nashville episode of Parts Unknown.
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Foul-mouthed celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain likes to party hard during his adventures on CNN travel series Parts Unknown, whether he’s sipping beer with POTUS or throwing back red wine in Tbilisi. But the show host may have topped all his past exploits with the epic house party from last Sunday’s episode in Nashville. The event hosted at The Kills singer Alison Mosshart’s home — dubbed Disgraceland — was a blowout beyond average proportions featuring in-home tattoos, a deviled egg feast, and live performances by rock supergroup The Dead Weather.

Of course, due to the time constraints of an hour-long television show, the musical portions of the party were cut short. Fortunately, Jack White (also a member of The Dead Weather), whose label Third Man Records was featured in the episode, managed to record all the live sets and has packaged it for a special release. Per the Third Man website, the record Live at Disgraceland: From Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown features a total of nine songs from The Dead Weather, The Kills, and William Tyler performed at the Parts Unknown “rager” (listen to a clip).

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Live at Disgraceland is currently available only as part of a Third Man Records’ Vault Package 30 (a special music and swag subscription offered by the label). Bourdain and Dead Weather diehards can pre-order it now through October 31 on the company website for $60.

For those who can’t get enough of Bourdain, the rock star-adjacent chef’s latest live tour “The Hunger” just kicked off this week. Parts Unknown, however, is taking a night off for the presidential debate (here’s your bingo card for that, courtesy of our friends at Vox).

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