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Jack even gets the ukelele out in Mexico...

White Stripes premiered songs from their new album ’GET BEHIND ME SATAN’ with a show in Mexico last night (May 11).

The Detroit duo have started their world tour in South America, playing the first show at the Monterrey Fundidora Amphitheatre de Coca Cola.

According to fans at the gig, the band played forthcoming single ’Blue Orchid’ as well as new songs ’Little Ghost’’, ’The Nurse’, ’The Denial Twist’ and ’Passive Manipulation’, which featured Meg on vocals.

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One fan at the show told NME.COM: “The venue is similar to an amphitheater and it was crammed. Jack started the show by saying. “Hermanos y Hermanas”, which means brothers and sisters, and played mandolin and marimba on two songs.”

The group also played classics including ’Seven Nation Army’, ’Hotel Yorba’ and ’Fell In Love With A Girl’.

Another fan added: “Meg in particular was very good, and she was wearing a rose in her hair.”

The group’s only confirmed UK date so far is a headline appearance at June’s Glastonbury Festival.

The rest of the tour visits:

Guadalajara Foro Alterno (13)

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Mexico City Sports Palace (14)

Guatemala City Hotel Grand Tikal Future (18)

Panama City Club Next (20)

Bogata Palacio de los Desportes (21)

Santiago Victor Jara Arena (24)

Misiones (secret location) (26)

Buenos Aires Luna Park (28)

Manuas Teatro Amazones Opera House (June 1)

Rio de Janeiro Clara Hall (3)

San Paulo Credit Card Hall (4)

Are you going to any of the shows? 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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