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Performer: The White Stripes
Title: The White Stripes
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Garage Rock Revival,Indie Rock,Blues-Rock
Location: Cass Corridor, Detroit, MI
Duration: 43:38
Released: June 15, 1999
Date of recording: 1999
Size MP3 version: 1987 mb
Size FLAC version: 1156 mb
Size WMA version: 1272 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 415
Format: MIDI DMF TTA MP4 MPC WMA
Genre: Pop Rock

The White Stripes - The White Stripes mp3 download


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The White Stripes is the debut studio album by American alternative rock duo The White Stripes, released on June 15, 1999. White dedicated the album to deceased blues musician Son House. Johnny Walker of the Soledad Brothers played slide guitar on two songs: "Suzy Lee" and "I Fought Piranhas"

The White Stripes is the self-titled debut album by American rock band, The White Stripes, and was released in 1999. The album is dedicated to Son House. All songs written by The White Stripes, except where noted. Jimmy the Exploder" – 2:29. About a monkey who blows things up that aren't red. "Stop Breaking Down" (Robert Johnson) – 2:20. The Big Three Killed My Baby" – 2:29. About the big three automobile makers (Ford, General Motors and Chrysler) whose motors are "running on Tucker's Blood".

Released June 15, 1999. The White Stripes Tracklist. 1. Jimmy the Exploder Lyrics. 2. Stop Breaking Down Lyrics. 3. The Big Three Killed My Baby Lyrics. The White Stripes Q&A.

Album, 15 Июнь 1999, Sympathy For The Record Industry. Jimmy the Exploder. Stop Breaking Down. The Big Three Killed My Baby. 4. Suzy Lee. 5. Sugar Never Tasted So Good. Album, 2000, Sympathy For The Record Industry. You’re Pretty Good Looking (for a Girl). I’m Bound to Pack it Up.

Album The White Stripes (1999). by The White Stripes. Label Sympathy For The Record Industry.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Jimmy the Exploder Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:29
2 Stop Breaking Down Robert Johnson The White Stripes 2:20
3 The Big Three Killed My Baby Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:29
4 Suzy Lee Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 3:21
5 Sugar Never Tasted So Good Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:54
6 Wasting My Time Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:13
7 Cannon Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:30
8 Astro Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:42
9 Broken Bricks Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 1:51
10 When I Hear My Name Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 1:54
11 Do Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 3:05
12 Screwdriver Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 3:14
13 One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below) Bob Dylan The White Stripes 3:13
14 Little People Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 2:22
15 Slicker Drips Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 1:30
16 St. James Infirmary Blues Joe Primrose / Traditional The White Stripes 2:24
17 I Fought Piranhas Jack White / Meg White The White Stripes 3:07

Credits

Jim Diamond - Engineer, Producer
Bob Dylan - Composer
Robert Johnson - Composer
Joe Primrose - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Johnny Walker - Slide Guitar
The White Stripes - Arranger, Primary Artist
Jack White - Composer, Guitar, Piano, Producer, Vocals
Meg White - Composer, Drums
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The debut by The White Stripes is a nice, familiar slice of 1960’s garage influenced rock. This is a decent debut, though it hardly warrants much as much attention as it gets by many critics. I’ll put it like this- If White Stripes were a local band I would be impressed, but how they stood out from the crowd enough to get a record deal, I don't know. The record starts off with a lot of charm: “Jimmy the Revalator” hits you with enough force to make an impression, and it’s filled with enough guitar tricks to warrant attention in the blues rock circuit. The record quickly becomes monotonous though and one’s attention fades into obscurity while listening. Scattered throughout the album, the group occasionally wake you up with up-tempo tracks like "Broken Bricks" or "Little People", but then you realize there isn't much to those songs either and you fall back asleep. To cover Robert Johnson and Bob Dylan is hardly a bold move or anything, it’s actually quite a "safe" move because those are well respected artists; standard covers for a standard band. The good songs are scattered about the seventeen tunes- tracks like "Do", "Cannon", and "The Big Three Killed My Baby", are great, enjoyable rock songs, though the opener "Jimmy the Exploder" is easily the best thing on here. I would even go as far as to say "Stop Breaking Down" is a better cover than the Rolling stones do on Exile on Main Street! Sadly, no matter how you cut it, the rest of the album is a chore to wade through for most, half of these 17 songs being nothing of interest musically. The inside jokes about Tesla/Edison and incorporating "John the Revalator" in to a song are hardly reasons to come back, and if the band wants staying power they are going to need diversity in between songs. Still, the die hard White Stripes fan would find some to like on the debut.