The White Stripes is the debut studio album by American alternative rock duo The White Stripes, released on June 15, 1999. White dedicated the album to deceased blues musician Son House. Johnny Walker of the Soledad Brothers played slide guitar on two songs: "Suzy Lee" and "I Fought Piranhas"
Detroit duo that walked the line between blues-rock primitivism and arty minimalism, unexpectedly becoming kings of garage rock in the 2000s.
Album, 15 Июнь 1999, Sympathy For The Record Industry. 1. Jimmy the Exploder. 2. Stop Breaking Down. 3. The Big Three Killed My Baby. 4. Suzy Lee. 5. Sugar Never Tasted So Good. Album, 2000, Sympathy For The Record Industry. You’re Pretty Good Looking (for a Girl).
Elephant is the critically acclaimed fourth album by American rock band The White Stripes, released in 2003. The album debuted at in the UK and reached on the Billboard Album Charts in the . Its other famous songs include "The Hardest Button to Button" and their cover of Bacharach & David's "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself".
Album The White Stripes (1999). by The White Stripes. Label Sympathy For The Record Industry.
The White Stripes studio album by The White Stripes. First released: June 15, 1999 on Sympathy (US). Formats: CD, LP. Tracks: 17. Length: 43:38. Previous album: -. Next album: De Stijl (2000). "Jimmy the Exploder" - 2:29 (White/White). "Stop Breaking Down" - 2:20 (Robert Johnson). "The Big Three Killed My Baby" - 2:29 (White/White). "Suzy Lee" - 3:21 (White/White). "Sugar Never Tasted So Good" - 2:54 (White/White).
|Tell Me Your Name||3:14|
|Don't You Think That I'm A Lady||3:15|
|Leaving The Suburbs||3:54|
|You Must Be Good For Something||2:46|
|On The Telephone||3:12|
|Kicks In Berlin||3:16|
|Radio In Stereo||2:10|
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|487105 2, COL 487105 2||The Stripes||The Stripes (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia, Columbia||487105 2, COL 487105 2||Germany||1997|
|487105 9||The Stripes||The Stripes (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia||487105 9||Germany||2004|