Rubber Factory by The Black Keys
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180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed
The follow-up to 2003's breakthrough release Thickfreakness, Rubber Factory features more of The Black Keys' signature hybrid of rough rock n' roll and electric blues via Akron, Ohio. Their sincere approach to the juke-joint blues is made that much more effective by the soulful vocals of Dan Auerbach which fit in brilliantly with the fuzzed-out guitar licks and Patrick Carney's no-frills drumming. The Black Keys are as true to their roots as they are to tradition and it works to perfection here.
1. When The Lights Go Out
2. 10 A.M. Automatic
3. Just Couldn't Tie Me Down
4. All Hands Against His Own
5. The Desperate Man
6. Girl Is On My Mind
7. The Lengths
8. Grown So Ugly
9. Stack Shot Billy
10. Act Nice and Gentle
11. Aeroplane Blues
12. Keep Me
13. Till I Get My Way
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