'Downloading has cheapened music'

By Damian Jones
Newsbeat music reporter

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image captionJack White said he really enjoys buying vinyl from record stores

Jack White, The White Stripes linchpin and all round busiest man in rock 'n' roll, has launched a special subscription service. He's doing it because he's unhappy with the way downloading is affecting music experiences. He explains how he came up with the idea for the Vault.


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image captionJack White with his new supergroup The Dead Weather
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image captionThe Raconteurs peforming at T In The Park in 2008
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image captionJack and Meg White in his original band The White Stripes

The Dead Weather's debut album Horehound is out now

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