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The Big Come Up

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If someone told us The Black Keys' debut was recorded 40 years ago with a cheap tape machine on a hot night in a backwoods juke joint, we'd probably believe it. Delta bluesman Junior Kimbrough's "Do the Rump" conjures a hypnotic groove with just one pounding snare, a wailing slide guitar and Dan Auerbach's lustful and slightly distorted voice. Their "She Said She Said" amplifies the angst of The Beatles' original, with double the fuzztone and a drum part even more powerful than Ringo’s.

Customer Reviews

the keys

black keys certainly know what they're doing...the sound if fantastic and traditionally bluesy, yet it manages to be rather experimental at the same time- keys are broadening the horizon and are keeping this wonderful genre alive

Where's Rubber Factory????

this album is good, and i love the black keys, but itunes is missing atrick by leaving out what is in my opinion the keys' best album, rubber factory. come on itunes

Busted

This album is amazing gritty and different

Brilliant!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Akron, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

It's too facile to call the Black Keys counterparts of the White Stripes: they share several surface similarities -- their names are color-coded, they hail from the Midwest, they're guitar-and-drum blues-rock duos -- but the Black Keys are their own distinct thing, a tougher, rougher rock band with a purist streak that never surfaced in the Stripes. But that's not to say that the Black Keys are blues traditionalists: even on their 2002 debut, The Big Come Up, they covered the Beatles' psychedelic...
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