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I just couldn’t imagine such a thing when I read of this collaboration, but here it is and it sorta works. The Black Keys churn the track along with fuzzed out bass and lolloping drums in a catchy piece of low slung blues, sounding not unlike something Jack White might come up with if put in a room with a distorted Devendra Banhart. Halfway through enter the RZA, rasping his words out throug ...

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The Baddest Man Alive by The Black Keys & The RZA
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 15 March 2013

I just couldn’t imagine such a thing when I read of this collaboration, but here it is and it sorta works. The Black Keys churn the track along with fuzzed out bass and lolloping drums in a catchy piece of low slung blues, sounding not unlike something Jack White might come up with if put in a room with a distorted Devendra Banhart. Halfway through enter the RZA, rasping his words out through a wrecked mic. A whole heap of fun.


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