"Lonely Boy" will make you want to take on the world. "Little Black Submarine" leaves you longing for a love you may or may not have ever had. "Gold on the Ceiling" will brighten the darkest days. You'll dance until dawn and you'll love it.
The Black Keys' Grammy-winning album features driving blues chords with their trademark fuzzed guitar sound, brought to new heights by the production values of this recording.
Great solid album. I will be checking out more stuff by them in the future.
1 Lonely Boy
2 Dead And Gone
3 Gold On The Ceiling
4 Little Black Submarines
5 Money Maker
6 Run Right Back
8 Hell Of A Season
9 Stop Stop
10 Nova Baby
11 Mind Eraser
I've been listening to The Black Keys since they started, and they've always been a solid, unique band that really deserved to make it big. Their older albums are really something to take in. El Camino and Brothers are a bit of a departure in my opinion in that they're shooting for commerical sounds to target the masses, but still far better than 95% of the stuff on the radio today. For a real treat, check out The Big Come Up (their first album), Rubber Factory, and Thickfreakness.
How they produce an album that is 90% catchy and solid with only 10% slow melodies...So good (so good). Rock it on a road trip or on your way to the bar on Friday night, so good.
Love their music, loved this CD.
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