The platinum-selling, multi-Grammy-winning and highly acclaimed The White Stripes move to Warner Bros. For ICKY THUMP, the most sonically bombastic album the band has made. While revealing the band's roots in American folk music, Icky Thump is an explosive, revolutionary assault that brings together garage rock, every blues style of the past 100 years, noveau flamenco, Jack White's fastest guitar solo ever recorded, hard country, speed metal, a slige guitar epic, surf music, spoken word and even bagpipes to create a modern rock 'n' roll masterpiece.
The platinum-selling, multi-Grammy-winning and highly acclaimed The White Stripes move to Warner Bros. For ICKY THUMP, the most sonically bombastic album the band has made. While revealing the band's roots in American folk music, Icky Thump is an explosive, revolutionary assault that brings together garage rock, every blues style of the past 100 years, noveau flamenco, Jack White's fastest guitar solo ever recorded, hard country, speed metal, a slige guitar epic, surf music, spoken word and even bagpipes to create a modern rock 'n' roll masterpiece.
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Icky Thump
Artist: The White Stripes
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The platinum-selling, multi-Grammy-winning and highly acclaimed The White Stripes move to Warner Bros. For ICKY THUMP, the most sonically bombastic album the band has made. While revealing the band's roots in American folk music, Icky Thump is an explosive, revolutionary assault that brings together garage rock, every blues style of the past 100 years, noveau flamenco, Jack White's fastest guitar solo ever recorded, hard country, speed metal, a slige guitar epic, surf music, spoken word and even bagpipes to create a modern rock 'n' roll masterpiece.

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Not the best year for Meg White. After last year's Raconteurs debut fanned messageboard flames about what Jack could do with a "real drummer," she cancelled a Stripes tour in September due to "acute anxiety" and her porn star doppelganger dominated gossip blogs for a few days afterwards. Lost in the shuffle: this fantastic, rollicking album, which maintained the eclecticism of Get Behind Me Satan without alienating old school fans. Better luck in '08, little drummer girl.