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Yeah. Derailed big time.

But its ok. We have 160000 other FRV-1 versus Tank threads to choose from.

Maybe Jack White can derail them all!!! muahahahaha Twisted Evil

Since this thread is already in the derailed....
The thing I like most that Jack White has done is the album he did with Loretta Lynn. That album is just stellar!!

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Last edited: Mar 09, 2012 14:33:59

I also liked that Danger Mouse & Danielle Lippi album "Rome". It was their take on Spaghetti Western scores (minus the reverb though, sadly, but still a good album overall). The tracks Jack White did on that album were pretty sweet.

This is a great album...as is the Wanda Jackson album he did.

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death to the reverb pedal, and the pedal threads,
Wink just kidding,

as for Jack White,
I liked this song by his side project the Raconteurs
"Steady as she goes"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7aOWIFgIZQ&feature=related

Jeff(bigtikidude)

bigtikidude wrote:

death to the reverb pedal, and the pedal threads,
Wink just kidding,

as for Jack White,
I liked this song by his side project the Raconteurs
"Steady as she goes"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7aOWIFgIZQ&feature=related

Jeff(bigtikidude)

Anyone else disappointed that there aren't any stories in The Raconteurs songs?

Since this has now become the Jack White thread let me say I think his song writing is amazing. I dig the White Stripes stuff and a quite a few tunes from his various side projects. The guy writes great songs with amazing hooks, period. If there were more Jack White's around maybe Rock & Roll would still dominate the national charts. More power to him.

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I agree, he's not reinventing the wheel, but some of his stuff has a great groove, and he can rock!!

better than Rap or Dance music any day.

Jeff(bigtikidude)

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