The White Stripes - White Blood Cells download album
White Blood Cells is the third studio album by American garage rock duo The White Stripes, released on July 3, 2001. Recorded in less than one week at Easley-McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee, and produced by frontman and guitarist Jack White, it was the band's final record released independently on Sympathy for the Record Industry. Bolstered by the hit single "Fell in Love with a Girl", the record propelled The White Stripes into early commercial popularity and critical success.
Complete your The White Stripes collection. Jack White is one of those guys who had the bad luck of having been born a few decades too late (which, music-wise, I can totally empathize with). That's why his music lends itself so well to analog mediums, like this record shows. If you're a fan of The White Stripes and their stripped down, analog, retro, garage sound you'll love this album much more on vinyl than on CD. For me, even though Elephant was way more successful, this is their best album.
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Admittedly, White Blood Cells lacks some of the White Stripes' blues influence and urgency, but it perfects the pop skills the duo honed on De Stijl and expands on them. The country-tinged "Hotel Yorba" and immediate, crazed garage pop of "Fell in Love With a Girl" define the album's immediacy, along with the folky, McCartney-esque "We're Going to Be Friends," a charming, school-days love song that's among Jack White's finest work.
About White Blood Cells. The third LP by The White Stripes is widely considered their breakthrough album. Released in 2001, it was lead by singles such as Hotel Yorba and Fell In Love With A Girl. The song and music video for Fell in Love With A Girl was what finally brought the band into the limelight. The album was recorded in only a week at Easley McCain Recording Studio in Memphis and is entirely produced by frontman Jack White. White Blood Cells Q&A.
White Blood Cells is the third album by American garage rock band The White Stripes, released in 2001. Considered the band's commercial breakthrough, White Blood Cells peaked at number 61 on the Billboard 200, going Gold and selling over 500,000 units. The album also reached number 55 in the United Kingdom, being bolstered in both territories by the Fell in Love with a Girl single and its Lego-animation music video. Stylus magazine rated it the fifteenth greatest album of 2000-2005 while Pitchfork Media ranked it ninth on their list of the top 100 albums from 2000-2004.
The White Stripes are: - Jack White (guitar, vocals, piano) - Meg White (drums, backing vocals). Most people should know by now that Jack and Meg are not brother and sister but were married at one stage (Jack took Meg’s last name). Track 1 – Dead Leaves on the Dirty Ground The album is introduced with a few drum stick knocks, a little bit of feedback, and then straight into a little dirty riff. Soon it melds into some nice guitar work, gentle and calming with Meg tapping away on the drums in the background
White Blood Cells - самый успешный альбом The White Stripes - и, сказать по правде, успех был вполне заслуженным . White Blood Cells - самый успешный альбом The White Stripes - и, сказать по правде, успех был вполне заслуженным. Не то, чтобы этот альбом принципиально отличался от своих предшественников или последовавшего вскоре Elephant. Сила дуэта - не в стилистических экспериментах. Напротив, выход за установленные ими самими рамки будет концом "White Stripes" как группы.
|A1||Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground||3:04|
|A3||I'm Finding It Harder To Be A Gentleman||2:54|
|A4||Fell In Love With A Girl||1:50|
|A7||The Union Forever||3:26|
|A8||The Same Boy You've Always Known||3:09|
|B1||We're Going To Be Friends||2:22|
|B2||Offend In Every Way||3:06|
|B3||I Think I Smell A Rat||2:04|
|B5||I Can't Wait||3:38|
|B7||I Can Learn||3:31|
- Record Company – Third Man Records
- Recorded At – Easley McCain Recording
- Mastered At – Absolute Audio
- Design, Layout – The Third Man , Twirly Red
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Meg White
- Engineer – Stewart Sikes*
- Mastered By – Fred Kevorkian
- Mixed By – Jack White , Stewart Sikes*
- Photography By – Patrick Pantano
- Producer, Vocals, Guitar, Piano – Jack White
- Written-By – The White Stripes
NotesRecorded at Easley-McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee winter 2001.
Mastered at Absolute Audio.
The White Stripes would like to dedicate this album to Loretta Lynn.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 38812 71244 8
|SFTRI 660, 660||The White Stripes||White Blood Cells (LP, Album)||Sympathy For The Record Industry, Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 660, 660||US||2001|
|CM2037, BR0037||The White Stripes||White Blood Cells (CD, Album, Unofficial)||XL Recordings , XL Recordings||CM2037, BR0037||China||Unknown|
|XLCD 151||The White Stripes||White Blood Cells (CD, Album)||XL Recordings, Playground Music Scandinavia||XLCD 151||Scandinavia||2001|
|XLCD 151||The White Stripes||White Blood Cells (CDr, Album, Promo)||XL Recordings||XLCD 151||UK||2001|
|XLCD 151||The White Stripes||White Blood Cells (CD, Album)||XL Recordings, Third Man Records||XLCD 151||UK & Europe||2001|