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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Truth Doesn't Make A Noise

Meg White
and Jack White of punk blues
duo The White Stripes delve into truth as number one theme throughout the album Get Behind Me Satan (V2 Records, 2005). In 2006, it was included in 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, edited by Robert Dimery. On February 2, 2011, after a long hiatus, the duo announced that they would officially cease recording and performing music as The White Stripes. The announcement specifically denied any artistic differences or health issues, but cited "a myriad of reasons ... mostly to preserve what is beautiful and special about the band". The White Stripes was an American alternative rock duo, formed in 1997 in Detroit, Michigan. The group consisted of the songwriter Jack White (vocals, guitar, and keyboards) and drummer Meg White (drums and occasional vocals). After releasing several singles and three albums within the Detroit independent music underground, the White Stripes rose to prominence in 2002, as part of the garage rock revival scene. Their successful albums White Blood Cells and Elephant drew them attention from a large variety of media outlets in the United States and the UK. The White Stripes used a low-fidelity, do-it-yourself approach to writing and recording. Their music featured a melding of punk and blues influences and a raw simplicity of composition, arrangement, and performance. The duo was also noted for their fashion and design aesthetic which featured a simple color scheme of red, white, and black. The band has sold approximately 12 million albums worldwide, two million in the US alone, and their latest three albums have each won the Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. Middle/ Rather Ripped (DGC, 2006) by American alternative rock band Sonic Youth is the last album the band had to release to fulfill their contractual obligation to Geffen Records. Formed in New York City in 1981, Sonic Youth are inspired by the guitar symphonies of Glenn Branca (with whom most of the band have performed), the heavy protopunk of The Stooges, the punk poetry of Patti Smith, the Krautrock of Can, the psychedelic garage rock of The 13th Floor Elevators, as well as avant-garde composers like John Cage. The band were often praised for "redefin[ing] what rock guitar could do" using a wide variety of unorthodox guitar tunings, and preparing guitars with objects like drumsticks and screwdrivers to alter the instruments' timbre. Bottom/ "You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You're Told)" is the second track to be released from The White Stripes' sixth studio album Icky Thump (XL Recordings, 2007), recorded at Nashville's Blackbird Studio. After Get Behind Me Satan, Icky Thump marks a return to the punk, garage rock and blues influences for which the band was known. Additionally, the album introduces Scottish folk music, avant-garde, trumpet, and bagpipes into the formula. Meg White has said one of her all-time favorite musicians is Bob Dylan; Jack claims "I've got three fathers – my biological dad, God and Bob Dylan".

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