Elephant - The White Stripes Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: The White Stripes / Audio CD released 2003-03-31 at Xl
Newest Review: ... college and uni nights out! I'm not really very good at music reviews, particularly reviews of non-pop albums, but I'll give ... more
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Customer Elephant - The White Stripes Reviews (11)
by - written on 19/04/03, updated on 21/05/03 (Very useful, 457 readings)
elephant overview: in order to respond to valid points by critics. this record is hopelessly derivative. it?s influenced are worn (and noted in the text) on their sleeves. their lyrics are not always relevant, deep or meaningful and most musically gifted band, but? they get it! it is rock. rocks most evolutionary bands were mostly heavily influenced by others. this band is no different and dare i write the most consistently enjoyable active modern rock band that has showed shocking development and creativity (err influence hijacking) from the previous recording. song by song review: elephant begins with seven nation army. this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/04, updated on 19/01/05 (Very useful, 634 readings)
Artist: The White Stripes Album: Elephant Well this is my first music review and I?ve been inspired to write this by an awesome band, also known as, The White Stripes. The band was created by Jack and Meg White. No one really knows why they both share the same surname. There are three possibilities. A) Meg White was formerly married to Jack but is now his ex. B) Meg is his sister C) As one website says, the real Meg White died in a car crash. Jack replaced her with a robot, also known as the Megbot. Now, despite C being a possibility, I believe that jack and Meg are brother and sister, I don?t really have any knowledge ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/03, updated on 28/04/03 (Very useful, 276 readings)
The White Stripes are one of those bands that release a couple of albums that no one really buys in the mainstream but they're appreciated in small circles. Then they release an album with singles that get MTV airplay and are actually quite good. So this means that the next album will have everybody aware and the number one spot beckons. That's what has happened with this band/couple/duo. Elephant is the 'in' album at the moment and rightly so. The album opens with a deep bass line and stomping drum beat. This is the intro to 'Seven Nation Army' and those who are tuned to MTV right now will know the track from it's hypnotic and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Elephant, the fourth album by The White Stripes, was released in 2003. For a long time I thought it was their debut album: only a few years after it was released did I realise it was actually their fourth (I was never the coolest teenager around!). The album was released in the year I left college and started university, so it brings back a lot of memories, especially the first and most famous track Seven Nation Army, a fantastic rock song with a distinctive guitar riff that reminds me of many college and uni nights out! I'm not really very good at music reviews, particularly reviews of non-pop albums, but I'll give it a go. The music to me is very rock and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/03, updated on 31/07/03 (Very useful, 125 readings)
The release of ?Elephant? for the White Stripes saw another piece in establishing them as one of the biggest bands of today. Although the album managed to pass without mass hysteria, the White Stripes have made their new blues rock sound into one that fits into modern rock. It draws some obvious influences with the classic blues guitarists, and has encouraged more throwbacks to come forward into the limelight. The UK?s answer to the White Stripes are the very good and highly tipped 22-20s, and the Stripes have played a major role. Since emerging with De Stijl, their big breakthrough came with 2001?s album White Blood Cells. ?Elephant?s is their fourth studio album ... Read the complete review
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