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El Camino

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Lonely Boy
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Dead And Gone
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Gold On The Ceiling
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Little Black Submarines
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Money Maker
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Run Right Back
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Sister
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Hell Of A Season
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Stop Stop
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Nova Baby
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Mind Eraser
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12.06.11
Wonderfully unhinged
2011 | Label: Nonesuch

The Black Keys, Akron’s unsuspecting blues-rock saviors, faced ridiculous pressure in following up their expansive 2010 breakout effort, Brothers. Big things happened in the subsequent year: The duo (vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney) graced the cover of Spin, tucked away three GRAMMYs, played SNL and raked in huge piles of advertising cash — big-deal developments for a band that recorded their debut album in a basement nearly a decade earlier. Brothers found the… read more »

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El Camino

LOINCLOTH42

Totally Awesome, just purchase it

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El Camino

Musiclova

This group is deeply layered. Thank the heavens everything they do doesn't have that sameness and here we go again sound. I like all of their music, a lot of it I love.

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El Camino

EMUSIC-0239150B

This is the most dance friendly album the keys have produced. I like it!

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El Camino

raven916

this is a great album by the black keys it talks to the soul and makes things happen

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Great Album

EMUSIC-028A2B9F

Downloaded after reading reviews in paper and music. Wow- what a great album all the way through.

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Great Album

EMUSIC-028A2B9F

Downloaded after reading reviews in paper and music. Wow- what a great album all the way through.

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Not My Favorite

Goaty

I prefer the more deconstructed albums earlier on in their catalog. Even "Brothers," which is expertly produced, contains more compelling and raw songs. I don't hate it, but it is DEFINITELY not their best.

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Even Better

ToddinKC

I didn't think they could top themselves but they did. If you liked there previous cd your gonna love this one. It is hard to top a single like Tighten Up but as a whole cd this one is even better. Get it now.

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It's in the details…

ScottyUpton

It's a really nice touch that the package designers chose to revive the 1960s-era Nonesuch logo for this release… it did not escape this graphic designer's notice!

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Stupendous!

EMUSIC-014B7454

The Black Keys get better with every new release. In addition to getting better every Black Keys release is a different sound from the last. That alone cements them as a must have. The Keys have done it again!

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