New The White Stripes

I've heard the whole new The White Stripes which regularly draws simple guitars, drums, and again guitars. I must admit that "Seven Nation Army" is their best single and work yet, I can't see such another amazing song on this album despite many hard-hitting guitars work on Jack White's impatient songwriting. The White Stripes love noises, unfortunately quite simple songs aren't memorable enough being a flawless garage rock or pop/rock record. Catch Hell Blues got my attention on first spin, and what I like most about the new record is a song named Conquest which is cover of a Corky Robbins song. Worth a spin.
The White Stripes - Conquest (This song is nice!)
The White Stripes - Icky Thump Youtube Video



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Thank you for respecting the artist's and label's wishes and, if you want good quality, non-pirated preview tracks, NME magazine in conjunction with XL Recordings are offering "Icky Thump" (the single) and "Rag and Bone" on coloured vinyl with today's issue of NME. If you want these tracks before release, simply buy / get hold of a copy of NME, but do not take it upon yourselves to then put these tracks into unauthorised, digital distribution ... .. not only is this not reciprocating the gesture of trust inherent in giving these vinyl, collectors' items to fans ahead of release, but you're also highly likely to land yourselves in trouble further down the line when other 'parties' take-over the role of rights enforcement (with very different methods).

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