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The Black Keys - Rubber Factory flac album
Rubber Factory
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Rubber Factory is the third studio album by American rock duo The Black Keys. It was self-produced by the band and was released on September 7, 2004, on Fat Possum Records. The album was recorded in an abandoned tire-manufacturing factory in the group's hometown of Akron, Ohio.

Songwriter – The Black Keys (tracks: A1 to A7, B9, B11 to B13). European first pressing. Thicker inner sleeve than on reissues. Track numbering is sequential 1 through 13.

Band Name The Black Keys. Album Name Rubber Factory. Released date 07 September 2004. Labels Fat Possum Records. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album6. 1. When the Lights Go Out. 03:23.

Album · 2004 · 13 Songs. A rugged, lo-fi funk runs through The Black Keys' third album. Drummer Patrick Carney's grooves at times hit home like breakbeats sampled from dusty old LPs, making plain the duo's claim that their stripped-down sound is as much inspired by Wu-Tang Clan as by their garage rock bedfellows. The low-slung swagger of "When the Lights Go Out" and the brooding, gloomy "Grown So Ugly" are particularly potent. Rubber Factory The Black Keys.

It's easy to think of the Black Keys as the flip side of the White Stripes. They both hail from the Midwest, they both work a similar garage blues ground and both have color-coded names. If they're not quite kissing cousins, they're certainly kindred spirits, and they're following surprisingly similar career arcs, as the Keys' third album, Rubber Factory, is neatly analogous to the Stripes' third album breakthrough, White Blood Cells.

Rubber Factory is The Black keys third full-length album after Thickfreakness. The Black Keys are a duo from Northeast Ohio and are simply a modern day exponent of blues rock, bringing old ideas and motifs into modern alternative music. The Black Keys is: Dan Auerbach - guitar and vocals Patrick Carney - drums. They make a lot of sound for a two-piece band comparable to the White Stripes but definitely not as popular. Here is my track by track analysis. 01 - When the Lights Go Out A suitable introduction to Rubber Factory which showcases their raw and thick sound.

Video được đánh dấu thích. The Black Keys - Rubber Factory (Full Album). 178 132. 1 706. When the Lights Go Out: 0:00 10am Automatic: 3:24 Just Couldn't Tie Me down: 6:23 All Hands Against His Own: 9:21 The Desperate Man: 12:38 Girl Is On My Mind: 16:32 The Lengths: 20:01 Grown So Ugly: 24:56 Stack Shot Billy: 27:24 Act Nice and Gentle: 30:46 Aeroplane Blues: 33:28. Keep Me: 36:19 Till I Get MY Way: 39:11. NHẬN XÉT. CeciliaMolina9714 ngày trước. mark maffeiTháng trước. BAD ASS!!! CeciliaMolina97Tháng trước.