(Untitled) #96, feat. Elephant, by The White Stripes
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Elephant was laid down in east London's Toerag Studios for just £5,000, on analogue equipment built before 1963. This stripped-back approach to rock'n'roll influenced countless Stripes imitators at the start of the last decade, but nobody matched Jack and Meg when it came to creating a colossal sound out of such basic ingredients. This week, on (Untitled), Ezra and Uma listen to the essential album by the essential rock band of the noughties.
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Tags: Evening Edition, (Untitled), The White Stripes, Jack White, Elephant, Blues Rock, Rock Music