May 10, 2005 17:08

GOING TO SEE THE WHITE STRIPES IN MEXICO?

NME.COM want to know what you think of tomorrow night’s gig (May 11)…

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White Stripes kick off their world tour tomorrow night (May 11) in MEXICO - and NME.COM want to know if you’re going.

The duo will give fans their first taste of the band’s new album ’Get Behind Me Satan’ at the Fundidora Amphitheatre in Monterrey, and we want to know what you think.

Send your reviews, pictures and thoughts to news@nme.com and tell us all about one of the most eagerly awaited tours of 2005.

White Stripes release new LP ’Get Behind Me Satan’ on June 6, which will be preceded by the single ’Blue Orchid’ on May 30.

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