Includes printed inner sleeve with photographs of the band. Tracks numbered 1 to 11 regardless of sides.
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Akron's the Black Keys have jumped labels again with Magic Potion. Beginning on their own Alive label, the band established itself internationally with Thickfreakness and Rubber Factory. Fans needn't worry that the Black Keys being on a label distributed by Warner has done anything to their sound. Magic Potion is gritty, raw, immediate and sludgy
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Magic Potion is the fourth studio album by American rock duo the Black Keys. It was released on the 12th of September 2006 and was their first record released on Nonesuch Records, the band's current label.
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The Black Keys, though keeping the same barroom blues rock sound, have lost the actual song quality needed to sustain an album with the release of Magic Potion. Even the album cover art (not to mention the rather odd picture of a fried egg found on the inside) seems to let everyone know, We stopped trying. The first thing that sounds rather off on the album is Dan Auerbach’s voice. It is constantly run through a heavy distortion-y effect and pushed to the far back of the mix. Not only is the vocal distortion obnoxious, it’s also pointless
The Black Keys were never meant to be classy. For one, they're from Akron, a city that's not quite East Coast or Midwestern and has vaguely smelled like burning tires every time I've driven through it. For another, they're playing blues-rock in 2006- no irony, no kind of pretense to authority or being some new band of purists, just a blues-rock band. Magic Potion is a record where overwhelming competence meets measured restraint, but for me, sacrilege trumps sincerity, and I'd rather hear tuneful blasphemy than a tasteful snoozer of an album. Shit, give me Blueshammer any day.