The White Stripes - Redd Blood Cells
NME.COM feature on The White Stripes - Redd Blood Cells album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 12 August 2002
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- Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
- Hotel Yorba
- I'm Finding It Harder to Be a Gentlemen
- Fell in Love With a Girl
- Little Room
- The Union Forever
- The Same Boy You've Always Known
- We're Going to Be Friends
- Offend in Every Way
- I Think I Smell a Rat
- I Can't Wait
- Now Mary
- I Can Learn
- This Protector
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The White Stripes - Redd Blood Cells: Wikipedia Album Entry
In the summer of 2002, Redd Kross bassist Steven Shane McDonald came up with the idea to do an art experiment by adding bass tracks to 2 White Stripes songs and sharing them with Redd Kross fans via the internet. The overwhelmingly positive response inspired him to record bass tracks over the otherwise bass-less White Stripes album; White Blood Cells. After more than 60,000 downloads, The White Stripes arranged with Steven to take the files down, although it can still be found on various file-sharing networks under the name "Redd Blood Cells"
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