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The White Stripes

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Seven Nation Army The White Stripes 03:51
Fell In Love With a Girl The White Stripes 01:50
Blue Orchid The White Stripes 02:37
The Hardest Button to Button The White Stripes 03:32
Icky Thump The White Stripes 04:14
We're Going to Be Friends The White Stripes 02:20
Hotel Yorba The White Stripes 02:10
Black Math The White Stripes 03:03
I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself The White Stripes 02:48
Seven Nation Army The White Stripes, The Glitch Mob 04:17

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Built around Meg's childlike drumming and Jack's ferocious guitar, the duo became firm favourites on the Detroit garage rock scene before exploding in the UK in 2001. Singles "Hotel Yorba" and "Fell in Love with a Girl" put them on the map and third album White Blood Cells (2001) became an instant classic. The re-release of their first two albums The White Stripes (1999) and De Stijl (2001) opened a treasure chest of scuzzy blues covers, howling country folk balladry and raw, punk rock, and their blistering live shows heightened the buzz. As puzzled tabloid journalists finally rumbled that they weren't actually brother and sister but a divorced couple, Elephant (2003) - led by the pulsing riff of lead single "Seven Nation Army" - went to No 1. Blues, rock and folk influences gave way to oddball pop on Get Behind Me Satan (2005) and Icky Thump (2007) had a UK influence with bagpipes, Northern phrases and pearly suits. Jack also produced for Loretta Lynn, recorded a Bond theme with Alicia Keys and played with The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather.