The White Stripes

The White Stripes - Elephant
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Year:  2003
Type:  Album
Genre:  Rock
Styles:  Garage Rock Revival
Alternative Rock
Punk Blues
Producer:  Jack White
Recording Period:  November 5, 2001 — April, 2002
Recording Places:  "Toe Rag Studios" in Hackney, London, England, United Kingdom
"BBC Maida Vale Studios" in Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom
Mastering Place:  "Transfermation" in London, England, United Kingdom
Language:  English
Links:  AllMusic
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The creative vigor of the White Stripes faced the dull grey stripe of songcrafting feebleness. Right after the "Elephant." The lyrics, the music, guest cameos, tons of pissed off energy – everything is great on this record. The man who wanted to stay the boy for evermore realized that time was not on his side. Right after the colossal "Elephant." That's why we're never gonna get anything worth listening from Jack White. Ever. Now take a gander at the cover – it is absolutely unique. I picked it up just a few days before Google Play Music for some stupid reason turned into YouTube Music, burying a huge collection of high quality artwork. It is one of those moments when I come to the conclusion that this civilization is doomed.


Label:  XL Recordings
Catalog:  XLCD 162
Release Year:  2003
Total Playing Time:  49:54


# Title Time
1 Seven Nation Army 3:52
2 Black Math 3:04
3 There's No Home for You Here 3:44
4 I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself 2:47
5 In the Cold, Cold Night 2:58
6 I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother's Heart 3:21
7 You've Got Her in Your Pocket 3:40
8 Ball and Biscuit 7:19
9 The Hardest Button to Button 3:32
10 Little Acorns 4:09
11 Hypnotize 1:48
12 The Air Near My Fingers 3:40
13 Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine 3:18
14 Well It's True That We Love One Another 2:42

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