White Blood Cells

Performers The White Stripes

Sympathy For The Record Industry | July 15, 2008 | Compact Disc

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The White Stripes: Jack White (vocals, guitar, piano); Megan White (drums, background vocals).
Recorded at Easley-McCain Recording, Memphis, Tennessee in February 2001.
In an age where rock is becoming progressively more slick and studio enhanced, it's quite refreshing to see a band like White Stripes come up from the underground and play raw, sloppy, and soulful rock & roll the way it was meant to be played--straight out of the garage. On the Stripes' third album WHITE BLOOD CELLS, their songwriting and playing has become more focused and slightly more accessible than on their earlier releases (1999's self titled debut and 2000's DE STIJL). This is evidenced by such selections as "The Same Boys You've Always Known" and "We're Going to be Friends." But White Stripes' earlier direction can still be detected on several cuts, most noticeably on the cut "Now Mary." With the release of WHITE BLOOD CELLS, White Stripes are getting closer and closer to perfecting and bringing their modern blues-rock craft and bringing it to the masses.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: July 15, 2008

Genre: General

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 0

Label Name: Sympathy For The Record Industry

UPC: 093624984306

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White Blood Cells

Performers The White Stripes

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: July 15, 2008

Genre: General

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 0

Label Name: Sympathy For The Record Industry

UPC: 093624984306


Title Track Time
1.Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground --
2.Hotel Yorba --
3.I'm Finding It Harder To Be a Gentleman --
4.Fell In Love With a Girl --
5.Expecting --
6.Little Room --
7.Union Forever, The --
8.Same Boy You've Always Known, The --
9.We're Going To Be Friends --
10.Offend In Every Way --
11.I Think I Smell a Rat --
12.Aluminium --
13.I Can't Wait --
14.Now Mary --
15.I Can Learn --
16.This Protector --

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The White Stripes: Jack White (vocals, guitar, piano); Megan White (drums, background vocals).
Recorded at Easley-McCain Recording, Memphis, Tennessee in February 2001.
In an age where rock is becoming progressively more slick and studio enhanced, it's quite refreshing to see a band like White Stripes come up from the underground and play raw, sloppy, and soulful rock & roll the way it was meant to be played--straight out of the garage. On the Stripes' third album WHITE BLOOD CELLS, their songwriting and playing has become more focused and slightly more accessible than on their earlier releases (1999's self titled debut and 2000's DE STIJL). This is evidenced by such selections as "The Same Boys You've Always Known" and "We're Going to be Friends." But White Stripes' earlier direction can still be detected on several cuts, most noticeably on the cut "Now Mary." With the release of WHITE BLOOD CELLS, White Stripes are getting closer and closer to perfecting and bringing their modern blues-rock craft and bringing it to the masses.
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