Release Date:06/19/2007;Notes:180-gram double vinyl LP. There's so much going on with this record. So much. You'd have thought that once Jack White l...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:06/19/2007;Notes:180-gram double vinyl LP. There's so much going on with this record. So much. You'd have thought that once Jack White left Detroit for Nashville, where he married, had a daughter and formed the Raconteurs-and Meg herself moved to L.A.-that it would've meant the end of The Stripes. Or, at least, as we know them. This album allays all those fears. While it hints at the band's roots in folk music, "Icky Thump" is an explosive confluence of everything from garage rock to blues to nouveau flamenco to hard country to surf rock to spoken word to, yes, the bagpipes. Jack plays his career's fastest guitar solo ever recorded. Piano work is heavy. This album, really, is a sonic bombast. The 2 LP double gatefold 180-gram record comes with a gatefold jacket and a custom sticker covering the open ends. The records are housed in poly sleeves, and come with a 4-page insert.;Track List:1. Icky Thump;2. You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You're Told);3. 300 M.P.H. Torrential Outpour Blues;4. Conquest;5. Bone Broke;6. Prickly Thorn But Sweetly Worn;7. St. Andrews (This Battle Is in the Air);8. Little Cream Soda;9. Rag and Bone;10. I'm Slowly Turning Into You;11. Martyr for My Love for You;12. Catch Hell Blues;13. Effect and Cause;Special Attributes:180 GRAM VINYL
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