The black keys el camino cd

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The Black Keys: El Camino by Black Keys

(Play It Like It Is). Rolling Stone and Time ranked El Camino the seventh CD from the Black Keys among the best albums of the year in 2012. This artist-approved folio contains spot-on transcriptions for all 11 songs, produced and co-written by Danger Mouse: Dead and Gone * Gold on the Ceiling * Hell of a Season * Little Black Submarines * Lonely Boy * Mind Eraser * Money Maker * Nova Baby * Run Right Back * Sister * Stop Stop.
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When you open an album with the words "Well I'm so above you" and close it singing "Don't let it be over", you'd better make sure that everything in between measures up. No problem there on this, the seventh studio album by the drums and guitar duo of Patrick Carney and Dan Auerbach. Initially treated as a sort of poor man's White Stripes, the Keys have grown into one of the most exciting rock bands of our time: now hitting new pop heights courtesy of producer Brian "Danger Mouse" Burton, while never smoothing over the garage-rock edge that is their calling card.
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The Black Keys' seventh album features Danger Mouse's strongest production work for the group and a mood that's frivolous, fun, and unabashedly corny. It behooves us to take 90 seconds here and figure out how this band got so popular and enduring. Eventual result: deserved ignominy the Vines , undeserved ignominy the Hives , bewildered near-implosion the Strokes , and bewildering total implosion the White Stripes. The years have not been kind. You didn't figure the Keys as sole survivors and mainstream lifers when The Big Come Up emerged in and offered a walking rockist orgasm: two gawky white dudes from Akron, Ohio, drums and surly guitar and burning-oatmeal-mouthed yawps of not terribly articulate romantic frustration, all powering cartoonishly virile garage-blues jams of prison-phone-call fidelity and sentiment. Ridiculous and kind of awesome. This assumes racially uneasy cultural appropriation is no longer an issue for you, but if so, feel free to evoke the Blueshammer scene in the Ghost World movie and the hell with it.

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El Camino is the seventh studio album by American rock duo the Black Keys. It was co-produced by Danger Mouse and the group, and was released on Nonesuch Records on December 6, The record was the band's follow-up to their commercial breakthrough, Brothers , and was their third collaboration with Danger Mouse. El Camino draws from popular genres of the s to s , such as rock and roll , glam rock , rockabilly , surf rock and soul. Danger Mouse contributed as a co-writer on each of the 11 songs alongside guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney. The band approached writing and recording differently than on previous albums, as they entered the studio without having written any material and deliberated longer on how to structure songs. After struggling to translate the slower songs from Brothers to a live setting, the band wrote more uptempo , hook -laden tracks for El Camino.

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