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This review is from: 7 Nation Army (Audio CD)
Quite simply, it doesn’t get any better than this. You will have obviously heard the sinister genius that is ‘Seven nation army’ by now. Make sure you turn the volume up loud to really feel the haunting of the opening couple of bars and then after that place your hand under your chin to stop your jaw dropping in awe. Any one of these three songs could have been the A-side. ‘Good to me’ lasts slightly over two minutes, it’s about everything in one man’s life being good to him, but actually it’s about Jack playing some killer guitar rifts that have you jumping every which way and finally there’s Black Jack Davey (Why was this not on the album?!). Never mind ‘forsaking your husband to go with Black Jack Davey,’ you’ll find yourself wandering off, being led magically to wherever you can hear the White Stripes sound. Jack and Meg are your saviours now, just close your eyes and follow the blues.