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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Ns1, Oct 26, 2011.
Recommended tracks? Man this discography is HUGE. Need to sort the wheat from the chaff.
Attack And Release and Brothers are where to start.
They are great live.
A lot of their stuff sounds the same, but its good nonetheless.
Sorry, no recommendations. I'm not a huge fan.
They are very popular here in Ohio, so I hear them a lot.
I only expect so much depth from them, being a 2 man band.
must watch video, do not listen to audio only!
track is sick as *** too, thanks.
the big come up , attack and release and brother are good
I wish I had that dude's moves lol.
They actually have more than you'd expect, kind of like how The White Stripes were.
Favorite chill out track: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsP4kBTa9X4
From the opening credits of "Hung": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZJLi0f0ZIA
Seems like they're in every other movie preview these days too.
Edit: Funny related news story: http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/2011/10/26/18879261-wenn-story.html
The Black Keys do good videos.
I'd say I listen to the Black Keys about half the time.
Magic Potion, Rubber Factory and Attack & Release are my top three from the Black Keys.
Just gonna bump this, haven't seen anything in regards to their blues/hip-hop collaboration BlakRoc
BlakRoc - 10 - What You Do To Me
I actually kind of liked The Big Comeup. Try "Brooklyn Bound".
Rubber Factory is a great place to start, and there are always gems on all of their albums. Their new stuff is getting really samey though...
Sinister Kid/10 Cent Pistol remain 2 of my favorites. I'll share my BK playlist when I get home.
What You Do To Me
Thickfreakness will always be one of my favorite albums of theirs.
Tis gone. New link?
The 20 minute void solo finishing out 240 Years Before Your Time is amazing.
I think I listen to them most of the time my TV is on.
It's unfortunate that I long ago built such vehement hatred for them based on the few songs that companies kept using as shitty ad jingles.
They're actually quite good. I was surprised when a friend was listening to some bluesy, interesting rock music, and I asked what it was, only to be informed that it was the Black Keys. 'That band that makes ad jingles?!'
Marketing people really ruin music.