16 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With their stripped-down, garage-rock style and unique, two-piece lineup, The White Stripes stole our hearts on this explosive breakthrough album. Alternating between a raunchy, blues-inflected vibe and a more genteel, countrified approach to their DIY sound, Jack and Meg White have us stomping our boots to the jumping "Hotel Yorba" and "Little Room," and banging our heads to the hard-hitting "Fell in Love with a Girl" and the swampy, distortion-fueled "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground."

EDITORS’ NOTES

With their stripped-down, garage-rock style and unique, two-piece lineup, The White Stripes stole our hearts on this explosive breakthrough album. Alternating between a raunchy, blues-inflected vibe and a more genteel, countrified approach to their DIY sound, Jack and Meg White have us stomping our boots to the jumping "Hotel Yorba" and "Little Room," and banging our heads to the hard-hitting "Fell in Love with a Girl" and the swampy, distortion-fueled "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground."

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