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The Dead Weather's third album seethes with paranoia, its buzzsaw guitars and jittery synths inducing anxiety at every pick and punch. Raising the blood pressure further, Alison Mosshart emits a snarl that mutates into unhinged bellows as Jack White pounds out his hefty Bonham-like beats—"I'm a bad man," she growls on "Let Me Through." Guitarist/keyboardist Dean Fertita mirrors her feverish attacks with stoner rock riffs and twitchy electro effects, turning highlights like "Buzzkill(er)" and "Cop and Go" into warped, dystopic psych rock.

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Immigrant Song...

Ok fine, I'll say it. Doesn't anyone find it a bit ironic that Jack White accuses modern commercial background music, and the Black Keys for ripping him off, but the lead single from this album is a straight rip of one of the most iconic rock anthems ever? Pretty sure he's heard Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song". Anywho, I still like it all, and actually I don't even have a problem with it. Just had to say it, people who live in glass houses and all that. Let's just acknowledge one and for all, that unless you are an old man from the delta, please don't try and lay claim to inventing minor pentatonic riffing. Album well done.

Welcome back

With all that jack white does DEAD WEATHER seems to be truthfully for the music in a group concept,with each member getting there chance to shine
The single really rocks !


Doesn’t quite have the same grit as the first two albums. This is a good album but just lacks the depth the other two had.


Formed: 2009 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Crafting a darkly potent mix of garage, blues, punk, and rock & roll informed by the members' other projects, the Dead Weather features Jack White, the Kills' Alison Mosshart, Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Dean Fertita, and the Raconteurs' "Little Jack" Lawrence. The group began in 2008 after the Raconteurs' U.S. tour with the Kills: Toward the end of the tour, bronchitis made it difficult for White to sing as much as usual, so Mosshart was drafted to sing several of his songs. Her on-stage chemistry...
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