Hand Springs

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"Hands Springs/Cedar Point '76"
Single by The White Stripes and The Dirtbombs
Released 2000
Recorded September 9, 1999
Genre Garage rock, punk rock
Length 5:10
Label Extra-Ball
Producer(s) Jack White
The White Stripes chronology
"The Big Three Killed My Baby"
(1998)
"Hand Springs"
(1999)
"Hello Operator"
(2000)
The Dirtbombs singles chronology
"Stuck Under My Shoe"
(1998)
"Cedar Point '76"
(1999)
"Headlights On"
(2000)

"Hand Springs/Cedar Point '76" is a split 7" single released in 2000 by Detroit garage rock bands The White Stripes and The Dirtbombs. The White Stripes song "Hand Springs" is on the A-side and "Cedar Point '76" by The Dirtbombs is on the B-side. Only 2,000 copies were pressed and included free with the pinball fanzine Multiball. The record is extremely rare, and a highly prized collector's item.

"Hand Springs" was later featured on the 2000 compilation album Hot Pinball Rock, Vol. 1. Also, a large number of copies of the White Blood Cells album were packaged with a bonus DVD that included audio tracks of "Hand Springs" (as well as "Lafayette Blues").

The single was packaged with another one track single, "Red Death at 6:14", as its b-side for Record Store Day 2012.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Hand Springs"   The White Stripes 2:57
2. "Cedar Point '76"   The Dirtbombs 2:13

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