The White Stripes - The White Stripes
NME.COM feature on The White Stripes - The White Stripes album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 29 June 1999
So, is the follow-up to 'Elephant' any cop?...
Four years after they broke out of Detroit and into the world’s imaginations, The White Stripes still don’t do things like other bands. Compare ‘Get Behind Me Satan’ to ‘X&Y’, which will be released the same day (and no doubt commercially dwarf the Stripes’ effort). Coldplay have been faffing around with their album for the last six months and talking about it for far longer,...
- May 25, 2005
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Jimmy the Exploder
- Stop Breaking Down
- The Big Three Killed My Baby
- Suzy Lee
- Sugar Never Tasted So Good
- Wasting My Time
- Broken Bricks
- When I Hear My Name
- One More Cup of Coffee
- Little People
- Slicker Drips
- St. James Infirmary Blues
- I Fought Piranhas
The duo's new DVD and live album makes you realise how much you miss them
- Mar 12, 2010
Another Way To Die
- Oct 3, 2008
- Jan 14, 2008
Live LP features 31 tracks recorded across two gigs in 2000
"We forgot to tell people about that at the time," says musician
‘Seven Nation Army’, ‘The Hardest Button To Button’, ‘There’s No Home For You Here’ and ‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’ included in box set
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