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on 19 April 2015
Jusr great :-)
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on 24 June 2015
excellent
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on 4 March 2016
Awesome!
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on 3 August 2010
This has got to be the album of the year.thought they could'nt top there debut every track just awsome has not been out of the player since it arrived.BUY IT NOW.Blues
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on 9 August 2010
A fan of Jack White since first White Stripes album. in my opinion there are only a couple of great tracks on here the rest of the album seems to be fillers with little substance.

Love the Kills & the Stripes. I think they should stick to what they do best, its not working for me
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on 24 July 2013
The Album is brilliant ' heard one track, now i cant stop singing, or playing it. Seen them live too, Excellent.
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on 15 May 2016
nice
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on 18 April 2016
Good
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on 13 February 2013
Pared down rock blues, the way only Jack White knows how to do it. And he surrounds himself with equally talented musicians on this CD.

Enjoy.
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on 10 September 2010
Just listen to the first album twice.
There are some really good riffs on this album, but none of them that much different to what you heard first time round, or somewhere else way back in the late 60's / early 70's. The repetative inane vocals soon get annoying - as they did on the first (but at least they were fresh then) - and the musical punctuation to those lyrics becomes equally tedious. The most annoying thing is that all of these devices should work on this kind of music - they're staples of the genre. But they don't. Jack White yelling 'crack a bone' repeatedly or Alison Mossheart growling 'hustle and cuss/lick on the dust' doesn't have quite the same appeal as John Lee Hooker boom-boom-booming or Robert Plant ramblin' on. TBH, it's a bit embarrassing, in that kind of way that has you turning the volume down when you get stopped at traffic lights in case anyone else can hear.
A real pity, because the gutsy, throbbing noise Dead Weather make is fantastic, but ultimately 35 minutes of 'riffs', even killer ones, doesn't make an album. All meat, no gravy.
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