The White Stripes is the debut studio album by American alternative rock duo The White Stripes, released on June 15, 1999. White dedicated the album to deceased blues musician Son House. Johnny Walker of the Soledad Brothers played slide guitar on two songs: "Suzy Lee" and "I Fought Piranhas"
The White Stripes discography. The American duo The White Stripes has released six studio albums, two live albums, four video albums, one extended play, twenty-eight singles, and fifteen music videos. After three singles, The White Stripes released their self-titled debut album in June 1999. Their second studio album, the well-received De Stijl, followed in June 2000.
Album, 15 Июнь 1999, Sympathy For The Record Industry. 1. Jimmy the Exploder. 2. Stop Breaking Down. 3. The Big Three Killed My Baby. 4. Suzy Lee. 5. Sugar Never Tasted So Good. Album, 2000, Sympathy For The Record Industry. You’re Pretty Good Looking (for a Girl). I’m Bound to Pack it Up.
Album · 1999 · 17 Songs. More By The White Stripes. Under Great White Northern Lights (Live).
Walking With a Ghost EP. by: Matthew Murphy. by: Brent DiCrescenzo. The White Stripes/De Stijl. by: Dan Kilian & Ryan Schreiber.
The White Stripes, as stated earlier, is a very raw, bare-bones album, with no fringe to the songs at all. Jack White's guitar playing is loud, raunchy, reverb-soaked, and metallic, while Meg White's drumming is amazingly simple, almost like a cave-woman version of Ringo Starr, but a hell of a lot louder and thumping. Wasting My Life" is an earnest, somewhat slow song showcasing some of Jack's guitar playing, in its beautiful simplicity, and "Broken Bricks" is a hyperactive, slam-dance-inducing romp through garage-rock Hell, and that's all there is to it. "St. James Infirmary" is undoubtedly the best song here, and is obviously the most unique. The song is driven by piano, the first time it appears on the album, and has an almost foreign feel to it. This album is nowhere near perfect, though