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2 reviews »The White Stripes I've never heard of but I've been assured that they're gonna be HUGE. As an 'Elephant' probably. Looks like these guys have jumped on the blues rock revival kick-started by Blues Hammer (as featured in Ghost Dog, Way of the Sword) Kickin' blues riffs to make all these young pretenders such as B.B. King weep into their Southern Com ... »

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Elephant by The White Stripes
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 31 December 2006
The White Stripes I've never heard of but I've been assured that they're gonna be HUGE. As an 'Elephant' probably. Looks like these guys have jumped on the blues rock revival kick-started by Blues Hammer (as featured in Ghost Dog, Way of the Sword) Kickin' blues riffs to make all these young pretenders such as B.B. King weep into their Southern Comfort. A boy & a girl must be the singers cos they're on the cover & they don't half look distressed. I think the boy has said something to really piss the girl off who is crying. Then again he's got a cricket bat in his hand so he's probably been twatting her with it like the young thug he probably is. Reminds me of Prolapse (remember them?) On XL records (Who?) on CD/Limited Double Gatefold Vinyl.

8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 7th November 2014

When “Seven Nation Army” came out, it was amazing: Explosive, original. Since then it has been over-played and abused. Trying to give this album a balanced review has made me think back to that time. This album also has “The Hardest Button To Button” on it which is one of their very best songs. It’s a decent album and you could do a lot worse than this.




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