The White Stripes! Who's a White Stripes fan out there? A band from Detroit formed in 1997. It consists of two people who pretended to be brother and sister but in reality were married. Jack White is a musical genius, since White Stripes, he has started multiple bands! And without Meg White, it wouldn't be the same at all! Unfortunately, she could not continue to play the drums. Their most famous song is 7 Nation Army, which you have definitely heard the tune of, no doubt about it.
WHEN are they mentioned in Gilmore Girls? Lane is debating whether or not she should pursue her feelings for Zack because it can be bad for the band but there were a couple of bands that survived breakups like the White Stripes. But this episode was in 2005 and the White Stripes broke up in 2011. Meg and Jack White got a divorce in 2000 right before they got really famous.
OH! and one more thing, Lane's and Zack's wedding cake photo was inspired by one of The White Stripes albums.
I remember buying this cd at Virgin Mega in Time Square and refused to stop listening to it. From start to finish this album (along with the first )was nothing but pure magic. @thirdmanrecords you have no clue how much this album means to me. From the bottom of my heart thank you. I absolutely cannot wait to see what 2019 has to offer. #theraconteurs#jackwhite#brendanbenson#jacklawrence#patrickkeeler
Third Man Records Vault package just arrived!!!! Two new songs from @theraconteurs and “Consolers of the Lonely” reissue pressed on copper foil vinyl!!! This might be the best Vault package yet! Thank you @thirdmanrecords !!!! #thirdmanrecords#nashville#theraconteurs#jackwhite
18/jack white/boarding house reach
we were in that wherehouse record store on third and la cienga (i think), browsing and carousing, getting our high fidelity on when all of a sudden a joyful noise burst through the speakers. an employee was bumping a newish release on shuffle, in the mix for the whole store to hear. the vocals were warbled, and the track sounded like it was recorded underwater, but it worked. stopped me in my tracks. of the past, but now; and, above all else, delightfully weird. it was the white stripes. white blood cells, to be exact. track twelve : "aluminum". that brief moment of wonder would go on to start a still ongoing love affair with the delightful weirdness and craftsman like musicianship of mr. jack white. like the best white stripes joints, boarding house reach is a journey into the inner depths of jack white's musical neuroses and vast vaudevillian and bluesy record collection. it's proggy and adventurous, nodding to the arena rock bombast of the 70s, while also sliding in a little room to get funky and bombastic a la a james brown or queen (see that stunner of an opening three tracks: "connected by love" + "why walk a dog?" + "corporation"). of the past, but now. and above all else, delightfully weird while making you stomp your feet. make it funky? don't mind if he does.
why walk a dog? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZQiwUQldTM&feature=youtu.be)/corporation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFnXRntc9XA&feature=youtu.be)/over and over and over (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShCRN3tFy80&feature=youtu.be)
19/sons of kemet/your queen is a reptile
20/the carters/everything is love
21/christine and the queens/chris
22/young fathers/cocoa sugar
24/kurt vile/bottle it in
My FAVORITE list of them all is here — my top 30 songs of 2018! These are in no particular order, but my all-time favorite of 2018 is a tie between Walking with a Killer by The Breeders and Back on the Chain Gang by Morrissey. I’ve linked these songs in a playlist on my story. What’s your favorite song of 2018??