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White Stripes: Under Blackpool Lights (2004)

Unrated | | Documentary, Music | Video 7 December 2004
Concert footage of The White Stripes recorded in January of 2004, featuring tracks from the bands four studio albums as well as live favorites like the Dolly Parton cover "Jolene".

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Concert footage of The White Stripes recorded in January of 2004, featuring tracks from the bands four studio albums as well as live favorites like the Dolly Parton cover "Jolene".

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Wasting My Time
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The White Stripes, captured at their peak
19 December 2015 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

The White Stripes, captured at their peak.

In 2004 the White Stripes - Jack and Meg White - were the greatest band in the world. Their first three albums - The White Stripes, De Stijl and White Blood Cells - were excellent and were largely responsible for resurrecting rock 'n roll. In 2003 they released their magnum opus - Elephant, one of the greatest albums of all time, and certainly the quintessential album of the 21st century.

This concert, in Blackpool, England, on their tour to promote Elephant, captures them at the top of their game, and captures them incredibly well. Perfect camera angles - it's like being on stage with them!

And Jack and Meg don't disappoint. Every classic of theirs is there, plus the covers they like to throw in too (and make their own).

Superb.


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