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White StripesGet Behind Me Satan ... CD
Third Man/V2, 2005. Used ... $2.99
... CD

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White StripesWhite Blood Cells ... CD
Third Man, 2001. Used ... $2.99
The record that really broke the White Stripes out of the box – a set that was recorded as an indie, then later got wider circulation around the globe – as a fantastic demonstration of the raw, back-to-basics energy that made the duo such a standout in contemporary rock at the start of the century! All these many years later, there's still a sense of power that has the group rivaling some of the bigger garage punk legends of the past – on titles that include "Dead Leaves & The Dirty Ground", "Hotel Yorba", "Fell In Love With A Girl", "I Think I Smell A Rat", "Now Mary", "We're Going To Be Friends", "Expecting", "I'm Finding It Harder To Be A Gentleman", and "The Same Boy You've Always Known". CD

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✨✧ White StripesElephant ... CD
Third Man/V2, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
One of the best by The White Stripes – delivering on the rambunctiousness of their blues punk roots while making their greatest creative strides yet! There's a few more tracks with acoustic guitar and keyboards here, and some songs that honestly feels a bit like Led Zeppelin with the indulgent rock star bombast trimmed away. It's a more ambitious set from Jack and Meg than we expected to come after their more primal early recordings – and that's a good thing! Includes the hits "Seven Nation Army" and "The Hardest Button To Button" – plus "Black Math", "In The Cold, Cold, Night", "Ball And Biscuit", "Little Acorns", "Hypnotize", "Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine", "It's True That We Love One Another" and more. CD

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✨✧ White StripesIcky Thump ... CD
Third Man/Warner, 2007. Used ... Out Of Stock
The last album in The White Stripes incredible late 90s to mid 00s run – and they really went out on an epic high note – one of their very best records! As kicked off by the classic title tune, this one goes on to be fully connected to their raw roots, but committed with a bigger, more full-bodied sound, carrying over the depth of instrumentation they'd been building in over the years but still really honing in on the raging, fuzzy guitars. Classic! Includes "Icky Thump", "You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do What You're Told)", "300 MPH Torrential Downpour Blues", "Conquest", "Bone Broke", "Little Cream Soda", "I'm Slowly Turning In To You", "Catch Hell Blues", "Effect And Cause" and more. CD

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✨✧ White StripesWhite Stripes ... CD
Sympathy For The Record Industry, 1999. Used ... Out Of Stock
Debut of the underground garage rock duo who pretty much conquered modern rock altogether at the the end of the 90s! Includes "Jimmy The Exploder", "Stop Breaking Down", "The Big Three Killed My Baby", "Cannon", "Astro", "Little People", "One More Cup Of Coffee', "Slicker Drips" and more. CD
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✨✧ White StripesDe Stijl ... CD
V2/Third Man, 2001. Used ... Out Of Stock
The second album White Stripes and the first where they really start to show a ton of range, not that they were really as pigeonholed as garage rock and punk blues earlier on as some thought, but really doing a ton more here in both mood and instrumentation, without ever obscuring the rawer roots. If the hype got a little unbearable back in the day as the mainstream latched out with such a fury, in hindsight, they really were pretty incredible and worth getting excited about! Includes "You're Pretty Good Looking (For A Girl)", "Little Bird", "Apple Blossom", "I'm Bound To Pack It In", "Truth Doesn't Make A Noise", "Sister Do You Know My Name?", "Let's Build A Home", "Jumble Jumble", "Why Can't You Be Nicer To Me", "Your Southern Can Is Mine" and more. CD

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✨✧ White StripesMy Sister Thanks You & I Thank You – Greatest Hits ... CD
Third Man, Late 1990s/2000s. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Ennio Morricone & OthersQuentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight ... CD
Decca, 2015. Used ... $6.99
Director Quentin Tarantino has drawn plenty of inspiration from the music of Ennio Morricone over the years – either using short passages of older Morricone music in his films, or evoking the substance and style of the maestro in the way he uses sounds from other sources too! So it's only fitting that this time around, the pair are finally brought together fully – as Morricone turns out one of his best soundtracks in years for Tarantino's Hateful Eight – a brooding, suspenseful tale that owes plenty to the western generation that first sprung Morricone to global fame! Yet as with most of Ennio's best work, the style here is something that goes far beyond expectation – orchestrations that take on a style completely their own – with instrumental elements that have stronger focus amidst the larger charts, and a sense of mood and color here that's completely sublime. The record is mostly music from Morricone – written for the film – and features a few passages of dialogue from the movie, plus just a few additional tracks by The White Stripes, Roy Orbison, and David Hess. Yet it's more than fair to think of this as a complete score by Morricone – very different than the usual compilation-style soundtracks we've had before from Tarantino. CD

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✨✧ MC5Kick Out the Jams ... CD
Elektra, 1969. Used ... Out Of Stock
Forget The Stooges, forget Alice Cooper, forget the White Stripes, and maybe even forget Funkadelic – because this landmark album is one that really put the ferocity of the Detroit scene on the map – rising up the city's legacy of raw sounds next to their better-known soul and pop of the 60s – and forever putting MC5 on the great rock and roll map! The group had been honing their craft in the city for a few years before this set – and it was the genius of Elektra Records to capture them live at the city's Grande Ballroom, and not in the studio – which is part of the intensity of the record's charm, especially on the sometimes-edited bit of profanity. Titles include the seminal "Kick Out The Jams", plus "Come Together", "Rocket Reducer No 62", "Borderline", "Motor City Is Burning", "I Want You Right Now", and "Starship". CD
(Out of print.)
Also available Kick Out the Jams ... LP 39.99

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✨✧ Thing (Gustafsson/Flaten/Nilssen-Love)Garage ... CD
Smalltown Supersound (Norway), 2004. Used ... Out Of Stock
Great work from The Thing trio – Mats Gustafsson on saxes, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten on bass, and Paal Nilssen-Love on drums and percussion – all working here in much chunkier, almost funkier territory than usual! There's a really rhythmic pulse to the record, and Flaten's bass is especially wonderful – darkly brooding with a force that pushes Gustafsson's sax work into really great territory – as creatively expressive as ever, but almost with the sonic punch of an electric guitar. Titles include versions of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Art Star" and White Stripes' "Aluminum" – plus "Hey Flask", "Haunted", "Have Love Will Travel", and "Garage". CD
(Out of print.)
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