11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Keeping the momentum going after their breakthrough Brothers, The Black Keys reunite with Danger Mouse, who produced 2008's Attack and Release. Taking on a co-writing role as well this time, the producer helps Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney stray from their Southern-rock comfort zone. Increasing both the tempos and the hooks, El Camino is a joyous, danceable rock album. Standouts like the infectious, fuzztoned single "Lonely Boy" and the acoustic-into-electric epic "Little Black Submarines" are among the duo's most exciting songs.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Keeping the momentum going after their breakthrough Brothers, The Black Keys reunite with Danger Mouse, who produced 2008's Attack and Release. Taking on a co-writing role as well this time, the producer helps Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney stray from their Southern-rock comfort zone. Increasing both the tempos and the hooks, El Camino is a joyous, danceable rock album. Standouts like the infectious, fuzztoned single "Lonely Boy" and the acoustic-into-electric epic "Little Black Submarines" are among the duo's most exciting songs.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Issabootylover ,

holy😩💗😻

all of theses songs give me the chills, plz buy if ur just trying to find something to listen to because you will fall in love ❤️

(as1) matrix21 ,

Flawless

This album was absolutely amazing. A wonderful combination of traditional Keys style combined with a hook driven modern rock twist. Every song in it you find yourself bumping your head to. With obvious big hits like "lonely boy" and "gold on the ceiling" making you want to jam out completely there. As well as softer songs like "stop stop" and "nova baby" providing a strong back end. The best song by far is "little black submarines". It's Zepplin influenced strength along with deep lyrics make it an easy favorite. I recommend this to everyone it's well worth the money.

ryanmetallica ,

Great

Great album

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